Kelly&Coralie 1 child; Rochester, NY, United States 56012 posts
Nov 22nd '12
Quoting JiLLiAN.:" Sounds mature and extremely logical."


Just what I was thinking

user banned 2 kids; New York 34017 posts
Nov 22nd '12
Quoting Bustie:" Oh ok well just ignore people babies are a blessing and a gift ... when someone is young they always ... [snip!] ... is young they always claim your life is fucked ignore the negative :) hope you get pregnant soon and that all goes well..."


Having a child is a LIFE ALTERING event for ANYONE.

SkinnyBitch Aitkin, Minnesota 266 posts
Nov 22nd '12

He did not change his mind we are still talking about it but he says he felt pressured did not even want to have sex since I was only about TTC I told him I would show him that will change. We will just let things happen.

Bustie 16 kids; San Diego, California 1968 posts
Nov 22nd '12
Quoting JiLLiAN.:" Having a child is a LIFE ALTERING event for ANYONE."

life altering yes not fucked which is what i was trying to say..

user banned 2 kids; New York 34017 posts
Nov 22nd '12
Quoting Bustie:" life altering yes not fucked which is what i was trying to say.."


well, it does f**k it up for some people. has OP taken into account the hormonal/physical changes? Post-partum depression and/or psychosis?



Also, your life is no longer your own. You have someone depending on you 24/7. Every decision you make is now affecting another human being...

Bustie 16 kids; San Diego, California 1968 posts
Nov 22nd '12
Quoting SkinnyBitch:" He did not change his mind we are still talking about it but he says he felt pressured did not even want ... [snip!] ... even want to have sex since I was only about TTC I told him I would show him that will change. We will just let things happen."


well you guys are young sure it will happen sooner than later :)

user banned 2 kids; New York 34017 posts
Nov 22nd '12

OP what do you and your husband do as careers? Do you have a career? Or is it simply a part time job and either of you would like to attend college? It would be easier to go through with school without a child, and you could also do it much faster as you can take more credits and not worry about who's watching your child this day, and oh no, baby is sick so you can't go this week at all, etc.

SkinnyBitch Aitkin, Minnesota 266 posts
Nov 22nd '12
Quoting Bustie:" well you guys are young sure it will happen sooner than later :)"



Hope so. thanks sweetie we are doing so well in life since marriage really want a family.

MysticWitchKat 2052 posts
Nov 22nd '12
Quoting JiLLiAN.:" OP what do you and your husband do as careers? Do you have a career? Or is it simply a part time job ... [snip!] ... credits and not worry about who's watching your child this day, and oh no, baby is sick so you can't go this week at all, etc."


Most colleges offer daycare.

user banned 2 kids; New York 34017 posts
Nov 22nd '12
Quoting MysticWitchKat:" Most colleges offer daycare."


They still will not accept a sick child. There's also a fee for said daycare.

MysticWitchKat 2052 posts
Nov 22nd '12

Good luck I guess? But I think you should wait, and enjoy some of married life first before you have kids. Because once you have them you are going to be putting off a whole lot of things you always wanted to do.

MysticWitchKat 2052 posts
Nov 22nd '12
Quoting JiLLiAN.:" They still will not accept a sick child. There's also a fee for said daycare."


If she is low income the state/college generally pays for it. Though where did she say the child would be sick?

Jackie Burkhart 1 child; Baltimore, MD, United States 7276 posts
Nov 22nd '12

So, um...what happened with this baby?



http://forum.baby-gaga.com/about2277029.html

user banned 2 kids; New York 34017 posts
Nov 22nd '12
Quoting MysticWitchKat:" If she is low income the state/college generally pays for it. Though where did she say the child would be sick?"


Kids get sick, it's fact. So if the child is sick for a few days, she has to miss classes if she has no one to watch the baby? Common sense, really..



It's a lot easier to go to and complete school without children.



Also, if she is low income, she really should delay having children so she doesn't have to be in the system, don't ya think?

user banned 2 kids; New York 34017 posts
Nov 22nd '12
Quoting MysticWitchKat:" If she is low income the state/college generally pays for it. Though where did she say the child would be sick?"


Kids get sick, it's fact. So if the child is sick for a few days, she has to miss classes if she has no one to watch the baby? Common sense, really..



It's a lot easier to go to and complete school without children.



Also, if she is low income, she really should delay having children so she doesn't have to be in the system, don't ya think?