For many of us, family has always been important.  But, with everything going on over the last year, it seems even more important.  While it has been a rough year, it has (in many cases) given us an opportunity to slow down and spend more time with our children.

But, can you imagine finding out you have a child that you didn't even know you had?  That is exactly what one Maine man is going through.

According to WABI, a man from Augusta is looking for a son he has never met.  A son that he never even knew he had.

Andrew Moore, who goes by the name Drew, recently submitted a DNA test through ancestry.com.  When he got the results back, he was shocked by what he found out - that he had a named Robert Mayer.

Unfortunately, Robert's profile on the website is not fully filled-out, so Moore does not know how old his son is or where he lives.

There is a chance that Robert could have been conceived and/or born in Colorado or Illinois.

Moore has written to Robert through the site, but has yet to hear back.  He has also reached out to the team at Birth Parent Finder, but they have yet to come up with any answers.

If you have any information, you can email izzy@birthparentfinder.com

In a recent interview, Andrew said:

I desperately want to make up for lost time. I want to get to know him. I want him to be a part of my family I want a relationship. I want to be there for him. I want to be part of his life

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