Nikolas Colton Evans had talked about how much he wanted to have a child, but the 21-year-old died after he was punched and fell, hitting his head on the ground in a fight. That would have been the end of it, if it weren't for his determined mother, a court order and a urologist. Missy Evans has harvested her dead son's sperm and hopes to find a surrogate and one day raise her son's child. It's a decision that ethicists say raises troubling questions; one called the potential offspring a "replacement child." Evans isn't concerned about what others might think. She says she is only doing what her son would have wanted. Free Email Account, 3GB Storage, Spam and Virus Protection at Mail.com Personally I think this is her way of dealing with pain a grief. Very sad but if it helps her deal with the loss, who can say no. The bad thing is pointed out in the article (both pages) that the child willhave no father and not know the mother. I've heard of single parent home being difficult on kids but no bio parents at all? Thoughts?