I was born without my choosing. I was forced to spend nearly 18 years in an institution, giving me tests of both my physical and mental abilities. Due to my flawed genetics, I sometimes had to go see a physician, where I'd be poked and prodded, then given drugs that'd usually make me feel worse before better.
I was a typical child.
Reading through all these ethics concerns, I really don't see much difference. The kid could go to school like any other, he'd just be watched with more interest. He might look different. So what? There are only like 3 kids in a school who look like people on tv anyway. He might get sick sometimes, but a lot of people get sick. Heck, he'd probably have a better upbringing than 95% of the rest of us, with all the financial support he'd need to do whatever he wants.
If you want to prevent this from happening, you should go out and sterilize all the dregs of our society who reproduce *all the time* already. But then you're into preferred selection, and you go into another realm people balk at.