My daughter's biological dad had not seen her in more than one year (I hardly call 3 hours in 18months interested in the child) he had not paid child support for almost 1 year (wanting to be involved just because you have to pay support is hardly a devoted dad). her biological dad tried to come to court with all kinds of excuses and the court found it was in her best interest to have her bio dad's rights terminated and me to adopt. Sometimes it is absolutely in the child's best interest to not have a bio parent involved. Just because you gave the genes does not make you a dad, never has and it never will. This dad should have and could have been in volved from day one, but now he wants to be super dad.. Give me a break.