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I mentioned an example of a friend of yours referring to her 20 or 30 yr old as her "child". Would you reprimand her for not using the proper term for "her child"...i.e her young adult."
I was paying attention. What you just said is not what you said in the other post. I responded to what you said.
"For some odd reason I "must" refer to my child while in utero as a "fetus" or it's proper stage of life name but outside the womb you'd have no problem with me talking about my child regardless of the proper stage of life. term(newborn,toddler,adolesant ,teenager,young adult,etc..). In fact,you wouldn't even care because proper terms are meaningless when I am discussing "my child"."
You're deflecting. If a friend mentions their child, obviously I already know they have a child. There is no confusion to be had with the term. Unlike "conception" which means two different points, and can cause confusion.
"You're a phony who uses proper terms ONLY while in utero for your own agenda. Don't refer to your fetus as your child and then you can consciencely condone your evil stance,not to be "clear"."
I did no such thing. You're lying again.
"We ALL know a embryo,fetus is our child."
Nonsense. Your opinion is not fact.
"We ALL know our newborn,toddler,adolesant,teen ager,etc..is our child. We don't NEED to clarify that."
I never said you did. We weren't talking about those terms. Do try to focus.
"You're deceitful game can't be played without it,even though the jokes on you. REGARDLESS of it's proper aged term,it is still our offspring/child that is being discussed."
Stop deflecting. I was talking about three terms only "conception", "fertilization" and "implantation". YOU are the one being deceitful.
Again, is there some reason you can't use the specific terms "fertilization" and "implantation" in order to be clear?