So there's that, the child gives many people a reason to carry on, and it a very good one, infalible, now there's a little frail and fun creature that depends on you for a long time. However, in my opinion, I want my baby at middle of 30s. And parenting can only begin, but it never ends. Is missing an important step in many people's lives worth the solitude, peace, early retirement, etc without children? Some women might say that they want to have children while young. I absolutely believe the pros outweigh the cons a million percent! I had a baby girl.
Being constantly reminded of how young you are is actually quite nice in your thirties. More so, parents who are younger can be considered cooler parents. It is difficult for people to decide when they want their children, because having a baby is decided by God. I divorced 6 yrs ago and have a relationship for a few years now. Another point is that when you finish bring up your kids, you would be still young and have much remaining time to live. I love the everyday interactions between my children.
Three advantages of being a parent: You fit in better with your peer group. The future becomes a bit more certain now that there is child who bears your name, and would ultimately receive the torch from you when the time comes. Do you think that having a baby is a discouraging situation in life? One reason I want kids close in age is because I plan to homeschool. If you were young, when do you want to have children? No matter where you live or how much you earn, raising children is expensive. I daydream about the pros on the list and I put the cons out of my mind because I know I will take the hard things with the consolation of wet kisses, tickles and snuggles. The comments from people are the most surprising especially from complete strangers.
So you end up loving yourself more. We were chosen by a birth mom and I found out I was pregnant in the same week. You have more chance of living to see your great, great, great grandchildren! It is no longer a surprise that people get married at an early age. The corresponding statistic for men was not as decisive although fathers were still twice as likely to live longer than men with no children. But once I got older, that list of reliable friends began to dwindle. Girls: Boobs, bras, and periods with mood swings. For nine months, despite having morning sickness for some and the risks it may entail, there is the feeling of excitement as the day of giving birth gets nearer each day.
I had a 20 months old daughter when my twin girls were born. Couples should get into the sanctity of marriage the moment they feel they are ready to do it. But we keep on persevering! This round goes to girls for less controversy! My husband wants us to have one of our own. It is because the umbilical cord blood can be used in treating and relieving various forms of cancers. I am also going through this aswell. But a baby is a fragile human being who needs you all the time. Water parks, amusement parks, no strollers, no worrying about toddlers breaking down because they missed a nap! On the flip side, we are financially stable and can hire someone to do housework to give us free time with out little one or little ones should we have twins.
When two people get married, one of the major decisions to make is on having a baby. Sure, your body felt like it could handle more in your 20s, but how well did you take care of it? They tend to ask a lot of questions, try all sorts of things, and get very curious about the world around them. And you know your parenting largely influences the way they grow up as adults. As a result, you are forced to put a stop to your present lifestyle and adopt a new one according to the comfortability of your baby. These further would be transferred to the next generation, thereby giving you a chance to see yourself in another being.
Priscilla Natanson, mom at 40 Either immediately, or in the next few years, the King Kong of postpartum will meet the Godzilla of peri-menopause. This awkwardness puts me at a disadvantage. Unless you have some useful hand-me-downs, you really have to buy everything brand new and they are never cheap. I am a single mom, her father has zero involvement and fled the state when she was born. I myself have decided to not giving birth because of these reasons: 1. It appears as a scream and ends in an apology.
But really, if you waited to have kids, that means you probably had a lot of time possible a full decade to explore the world on your own and really get to know who you are, both inside and out. I feel that we really do not need these articles. Girls: Mary Janes, bows and ribbons, princesses, fairies, pinks, greens, and browns. I do occasionally fantasize about what it would have been like to have a kid back then, and maybe have a young teen to care for now. It helps strengthen relationships in the family.
It allows you to leave a legacy. Likewise, there will be difficulties that should arise in terms of financial security when they lack the knowledge or education or if the opportunities are limited. I mean I can definitely wait—as long as possible really—but when the time comes, I look forward to have more advantages and feeling more ready. I hope it gives school time more of a classroom comeraderie rather than each kid being in a different phase of life. Of course eventually those babies grow up, and then you have to deal with: Puberty Boys: Wet dreams and gross sheets, stinky pits, and awkward facial hair. Me and the babies dad have been together for 3 years, but everyone is saying I will be messing up my life and wont be able to go back to school and I will be ruined.