I see your point, which is valid, but I meant its a right to have children, as in I don't want anyone telling me that I can or cannot have children, nor do i believe in any kind of gov led eugenics project. And sure, I agree, its a privelege to be a parent and one that shouldn't be taken lightly.
But i also think there is a difference between seeing children as the products of your being (i.e. procreation) vs. the romanticisation AND idealization of these products.
I mean, yes, children are individuals, but if you are instilling your beliefs and behaviors into your children, then don't they "belong" to you? Otherwise, what's stopping me from calling protective services on a Jewish parent claiming that circumcision is a form of physical abuse?