Indeed they are, and I have a child born in wedlock to a mother and father who place him above all else, so don't lecture more about understanding the importance of marriage.
What you don't seem to understand is the concept of a RIGHT. Calling it a RIGHT to a mother and father is the sort of thinking that allows mindless bureaucrats to take children from a parent in an unfortunate situation. I lost 3 friends in their 30s to cancer; all three had spouses and children. Should the children be taken away because someone else says they have a RIGHT to a mother and father?
That's the sort of thinking insane UN bozos come up with. and that's why you can't call something like parenthood within a committed marriage a RIGHT.