Aaron Long just started dancing his mother to her 13-year-old daughter last year.
"It's like I'm living in a science fiction story," Long said.
Aaron was a sperm donor in the mid-1990s. In 2005, Jessica Share chose her sperm to have her daughter with her female partner in Ohio.
"You build this story in the head of the values you have and what kind of person can not only share our values, because I don't think they are genetic. But are drawn to the same things that we are drawn to," Del said.
That was when Alice came into the picture.
Jess and her wife at that time split up a couple of years ago. Around the same time, their perishable daughter Alice began to roam the DNA test site 23andMe. She quickly found her father, so Alice's mother and father came to talk as well.
"When we met personally, I don't know – the attraction was even harder for some of us to refuse," Long said.
"This wasn't my relationship or journey to jump in and mess forever," said Del.
Jessica and Alice now live in the same community but it turns out that Aaron has many other children.
"I did a little bit of creepy math and came up with a figure of 67 as a maximum," Long said. "It is hard to say."
Several of Aaron's children are featured in the upcoming documentary film "Forty Dollars a Pop", including Bryce, who is now in the military and the 21-year-old Maddie, who also lives in the community house.
"We hit it off right away," Maddie said.
"I feel like you know I'm not going to be these kids parents, but I feel like I can be your friends and I can be, I don't know, just someone to watch and think about when considering nurture and nature issues, "Long said.