I didn't mean 'create a Horcrux,' but more meant it as an opposite to creating a Horcrux - Love vs. evil. If it takes evil to create a Horcrux, I was curious as to whether an act of love (and having a child would definitely be a perfect example of an act of love) would be enough to shatter or break a Horcrux - I know it's not mentioned in the book, but the only instance of a Horcrux being in a human being (who can love) is Harry, whom that simply didn't happen to. If an act of evil can rip apart a soul - something, you lot mentioned, was not physical or tangible - then why does it not stand to reason that an act of love - the creation of life! - not drastically alter the soul (and thereby the Horcrux within the soul) as well? I'm talking the creation of that child - the magic of the Horcrux would reside in that conception, with the mother throughout the pregnancy, and then burst forth from the mother within the magic, the soul of the child.
Children have always been portrayed as the opposite of evil and are usually a symbol of innocence. I don't think that having a child could create a Horcrux.