A smattering of interesting things: I know some people who feel that it is immoral to have children given the number of children who need adoption, and others who internalise Darwinism to the extent that they feel it's stupid to adopt because it will not pass their genes on, making them a genetic loser. Does adoption blur the line between universal love and love of family? Is that a bad thing if it does? The people who base their ethics on Winning the Game of Evolutionary Psychology probably would hate Moism -- what do y'all think about it? Are there other good reasons for familial love over societal love? Is day care an instrument of social progress or an unpleasant necessity? Does it take a family to raise a child, or would really being raised by a village work? What would it be like to be raised in a true commune? Finally, a rather conservative couple I know feel, as I understand, that the role of women should be to raise the family. Is this to be lauded, frowned upon, or something more situationally appropriate? It'd be fine to say "Whatever the couple decides", but that does not answer the question of whether an expectation should be constructed that that's the way things normally be, raised into people since childhood.
As usual, I have opinions on most of these things, and the ideas of others mentioned here cannot, for the sake of consistency, all be shared by me.