RedheadEmber said: I'd say there already is a "fuzzy wuzzy feel goodness" sense about it due to the "We don't care who sired Sust. He's our son." I suspect Acorn and Lionleaper felt the same about Mantricker, the only difference being that they actually knew who sired him.
I like that particular fuzzy wuzzy feel goodness because it's completely in line with how the elves have always acted and been. And btw- if they don't care, we shouldn't either. Why do we need both of these guys to be biologically related to the boy? So they can be equally important? They already are equally important.
An insistance on wanting them both to be the biological father, despite that never having been shown to happen before, undermines the whole point of "We don't care who sired Sust. He's our son."