Dylan Stone-Miller, 32, recounts how he abandoned his job to find his children, whose names and birthdays he lists on a spreadsheet, after he started donating sperm to make money in college. Stone-Miller fathered NINETY-SIX children in total.

Dylan Stone-Miller, 32, recounts how he abandoned his job to find his children, whose names and birthdays he lists on a spreadsheet, after he started donating sperm to make money in college. Stone-Miller fathered NINETY-SIX children in total.

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Dylan Stone-Miller, a 32-year-old man from Georgia, has embarked on a journey to connect with the 96 children he fathered through sperm donations.

He began donating sperm during his time at Georgia State University to earn money after facing legal expenses from an arrest. Over the course of six years, Stone-Miller made multiple donations, earning $100 each. He initially signed up as a donor at Xytex, a well-known sperm bank based in Augusta, and granted permission for his identity to be disclosed to his offspring when they turn 18. Stone-Miller, now a successful software engineer, received a message from the adoptive parents of one of his biological children, which prompted him to shift his focus to finding his offspring. He has met 25 of his biological children so far, using a spreadsheet that lists their names and unique sperm bank IDs to reconnect. Stone-Miller’s journey of reconnection led him to a Facebook group called “Xytex 5186 Offspring,” where members were willing to connect with him.

He has met many of his biological children, fostering relationships and spending time with them. While Stone-Miller has formed bonds with his children, the complex dynamics of the situation have prompted discussions about his role in their lives. Some parents of his biological children have made it clear to their kids that he is not their father, emphasizing his role as a donor. Stone-Miller’s journey is ongoing, and he keeps track of his children’s names, ages, and birthdays, as well as the dates of their interactions. The process has raised questions about boundaries and relationships, with both Stone-Miller and the families navigating their roles and connections. Despite the complexities, Stone-Miller’s dedication to connecting with his offspring stems from his desire to witness them grow up and be a part of their lives.

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