I am at the point in my life that I want to decide whether to have kids.
In a logical sense, I am able and capable of having children. My husband and I are in the fortunate position that we are both healthy, and fertile, and have good careers, and supportive families. But I’m not completely satisfied with having kids merely because I can.
When I asked my OB/GYN about it, her advice was to start taking a prenatal vitamin.
So I am curious how people, who had the luxury of deciding, decided on having kids? Any good books on the subject? Why should I grow my family? -Cass
OMG THIS QUESTION! Truth time: I had even thought of asking this question to the Homies, myself.
I know that I don’t want to have kids. On a daily basis I seem to come up with so many wonderful wonderful reasons to not have them. But I haven’t really ever come up with, well, any reason to go ahead and have them. I am extremely curious about the motivations behind having/birthing/adopting/raising children.
All that being said, I’m really excited to present this question to all y’all and to read your answers. So guys… why have kids?