Who’s your daddy?
A polyamorous lady in Florida with four accomplices is pregnant, and says notwithstanding imparting her bed to her numerous sweethearts, she’s sure of who the dad is.
Conservative Ojeda, 20, lives with three of her four accomplices in their Jacksonville, Fla., home. Marc, Travis, Ethan and Christopher alternate investing energy with Ojeda, “trading in and out” of her bed every night, she discloses to Barcroft Media.
The family unit’s romantic tale started three years prior when Ojeda met Marc, 18, in secondary school. After two months, she opened things up with Travis, 23 — to whom she is currently locked in. Afterward, she brought Ethan, 22, and Christopher, 22, into the overlap.
Also, notwithstanding her arrangements to get hitched to Travis, Ojeda said he’s not the dad of her child young lady, due in February.
“Chris is the organic dad,” she says. “We simply realize that due to timing and when the estimated origination date was. Dependent on the surmised origination day, we had been an extended get-away. So it was just us.”
However, for the prospective group of six, those are simply minor subtleties.
“We’re all raising the child together — so everybody’s Dad,” Ojeda says. “We’re all incredibly, eager to be raising a child together.”
It won’t be without its complexities, however. The gathering says they’ve managed episodes of desire throughout the long term. It was particularly difficult for Marc and Travis to acknowledge newcomers Ethan and Christopher from the outset. However, Ethan says they worked it out and are for the most part on great standing at this point.
Also, there’s the matter of sharing: Ojeda says it gets pretty debilitating satisfying four unique men under a similar rooftop. She’s really urged her beaus to seek after other love interests.
“Partitioning time and sorting out timetables between each of the five individuals and ensuring everybody feels included, it’s sort of troublesome,” she says. “I’d prefer to not be the main lady in the relationship. That would be pleasant.”
At the point when the child comes, having different guardians in the house may be an advantage, says Christopher, who’s anticipating offering the duties of parenthood to the three different men in his relationship.
“There is a ton of help between us all fathers and it’s something we can label group,” he says. “We generally joke about getting [stuck] in an interminable circle of ‘Go ask your dad.’ ”
Their girl will clearly like the humor.
The remainder of the gathering’s family is coming around to their whimsical arrangement, they state.
“At the absolute starting point, I know my mom and father were reluctant about it,” Christopher says. “Her primary concern was that she didn’t care for the possibility of me having an accomplice who was not satisfied with only me.”
Ojeda’s sibling, however, is all ready: “I’m all the more so worried that she’s cheerful, that she is seeing someone the two of them love each other commonly or for this situation more individuals love each other commonly,” says her sibling, Alistair. “I don’t see anything amiss with Tory’s relationship.”
Ojeda and her beaus trust society will one day come around to their sort of relationship — as of now, couples and “throuples” state opening up their marriage has just made it more grounded. One throuple with two children from California as of late disclosed to The Post they’ve come to acknowledge monogamy isn’t so great — and they state others are beginning to understand this, as well.
“We characterize love somewhat better,” one piece of the throuple, Josh Lujan Loveless, disclosed to The Post.
Ojeda will in general concur.
“Possibly in our future, we may see it become a typical thing where individuals don’t hesitate on it any longer by any stretch of the imagination,” Ojeda says. “One can trust.”