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Kimberly Kantor, second from left, and Lorie Burch, center, with their children, from left, Kaia, Poppy Jean (in Burch’s arms) and Carlie, holding Adlee Louise Especially in Texas, being a biological parent might not be enough to guarantee legal standing.

That’s where adoption comes in TAMMYE NASH | Managing When Lorie Burch and Kimberly Kantor first became a couple — they were married in 2017 — Kantor already had two daughters from a previous same-sex marriage — Carlie, now 17, and Kaia, now 12.

But after a while, they decided they were ready to add to their family. Kantor was the one who would carry the pregnancy and give birth, but Burch wanted to have a genetic tie to the new children, too.

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