• Don’t want kids?

    As a child free by choice female, I’ve always felt like people don’t take me seriously when I tell them I don’t want children. There’s many reasons I don’t want them such as I wouldn’t be a good mom, I don’t want to raise kids in this awful world, and I don’t feel a “biological clock” ticking, etc
    As a child free by choice female, I’ve always felt like people don’t take me seriously when I tell them I don’t want children. There’s many reasons I don’t want them such as I wouldn’t be a good mom, I don’t want to raise kids in this awful world, and I don’t feel a “biological clock” ticking, etc
    14 answers · 2 days ago
  • Duaghter involved with cps?

    Our 27 yr old daughter is nearly eight months pregnant she is currently on methadone and involved with cps her unborn baby has been put on a child protection. Her boy friend also a drug addict and well known offender has just came out of prison. My daughter told her social worker that she had finished with her boy... show more
    Our 27 yr old daughter is nearly eight months pregnant she is currently on methadone and involved with cps her unborn baby has been put on a child protection. Her boy friend also a drug addict and well known offender has just came out of prison. My daughter told her social worker that she had finished with her boy friend and told them that she is going to stay with us but she is going to meet him tomorrow. We have never had in him in our home we have always been polite to him when we have seen him. I don t know how it s going to work out with the baby. On the 18th of September is the final decision at the child protection conference. Are we right not to have him in our house?
    5 answers · 6 days ago
  • Miscarried baby in urn without cremating?

    Best answer: State disposal of cadavers (BioHazard) Laws may be involved. You will need to contact a Funeral home or a Lawyer for your locals specific requirements. I doubt you can just put the corpse in a bottle on you mantel Varying Laws (state by state) may require Burial 6' under earth, if not in a Vault, [my state... show more
    Best answer: State disposal of cadavers (BioHazard) Laws may be involved.
    You will need to contact a Funeral home or a Lawyer for your locals specific requirements.
    I doubt you can just put the corpse in a bottle on you mantel

    Varying Laws (state by state) may require Burial 6' under earth, if not in a Vault, [my state requires the top of the vault to be at least 2 ½ under earth], or In a licensed Mausoleum, and/or Embalming, or Cremation, et cetera.
    4 answers · 5 days ago
  • Hello? Yes, my white pseudoscience tells me that higher IQ people breed less?

    Proven by the simple fact that East Asians outnumber all other races combined.. What a JOKE.
    Proven by the simple fact that East Asians outnumber all other races combined.. What a JOKE.
    11 answers · 3 weeks ago
  • If life is so stressful, why do people have kids?

    why do people have kids knowing their kids will need to deal with the stressful life?
    why do people have kids knowing their kids will need to deal with the stressful life?
    7 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • Question about resolving this family matter?

    So, as of recently, my eleven year old nephew complained to be about my four year old daughter. She has a tendency to act up whenever she doesn't get her way, but this can be expected in people of a younger age. Apparently, she's been trying to forcefully hold him to the ground and pulling at his... show more
    So, as of recently, my eleven year old nephew complained to be about my four year old daughter. She has a tendency to act up whenever she doesn't get her way, but this can be expected in people of a younger age. Apparently, she's been trying to forcefully hold him to the ground and pulling at his underwear. Sometimes, she goes as far as hitting him. The other day, he was in the mall and she left claw marks in his arms through severe scratching. Also, he complained that she grabbed the rope from the garage and would strike him with it, if they were played. Whenever he tried to take the rope, she would end up crying. How do I react to these complaints and how can a four year old be this much of a struggle for an eleven year old boy?
    7 answers · 3 weeks ago
  • Do girls have more tantrums because I asked my mum why they say boys are easier to raise and she said it’s cause girls have more tantrums?

    Best answer: That could be true in some cases but honestly it actually depends on the child. TECHNICALLY boys are easier because of the simple things, clothes shopping for boys isn't that hard, type of toys for boys are easy, hair cuts or hair care is easy, boys are just more easy. Girls consist of a lot, being a princess,... show more
    Best answer: That could be true in some cases but honestly it actually depends on the child. TECHNICALLY boys are easier because of the simple things, clothes shopping for boys isn't that hard, type of toys for boys are easy, hair cuts or hair care is easy, boys are just more easy. Girls consist of a lot, being a princess, doing there hair, clothes, toys (barbies, nail polish, cute things) periods, hormones, attitude, temper, IS JUST ALOT. Tantrum wise, depends, both girls and boys can have many severe tantrums as kids, they are kids. Some boys fuss like girls and some girls are tough like boys, it really depends.
    5 answers · 3 weeks ago
  • Is having a baby in your 40s dangerous?

    Best answer: Well the risk of the child having Downs Syndrome increases significantly.

    @Mistress of Morality I said risk not a certainty.
    Best answer: Well the risk of the child having Downs Syndrome increases significantly.

    @Mistress of Morality I said risk not a certainty.
    15 answers · 4 weeks ago
  • How can I come to terms with never being a mum?

    So to start off, my partner and I have been together for 7 years and we're getting married this October. We have always kind of silently agreed that we didn't want kids as we didn't want the responsibility. But since I have hit 28 (I am 29 this year), babies are always on my mind. I want one so badly... show more
    So to start off, my partner and I have been together for 7 years and we're getting married this October. We have always kind of silently agreed that we didn't want kids as we didn't want the responsibility. But since I have hit 28 (I am 29 this year), babies are always on my mind. I want one so badly lately! I brought this up to my fiance the other day and his stand on kids has not changed. He's stil adamant that he never wants kids, I asked him "Not even one?" and it was a definite NOPE. It hit me really hard that I'm probably never going to be a mum. This has been on my mind constantly since our discussion and it makes my heart ache and I start crying when I think that I'll never have a child. How can I come to terms with this? And no, splitting with my fiance is not a choice, we're in love and splitting up over a non exsistant baby isn't going to happen.
    11 answers · 4 weeks ago
  • Baby gender?

    Best answer: The make up of your family doesn't really matter, as the mother you can only contribute the X chromosome to the baby. The father is the one who determines the gender of the baby, as he can contribute either an X or a Y chromosome, making the baby either a girl or a boy. If his family has a lot of men on the... show more
    Best answer: The make up of your family doesn't really matter, as the mother you can only contribute the X chromosome to the baby. The father is the one who determines the gender of the baby, as he can contribute either an X or a Y chromosome, making the baby either a girl or a boy. If his family has a lot of men on the paternal line, it might be more likely you will have a boy. In my family, on the one side for generations it was boys, boys, boys, with just a few girls here and there, until we got to my generation, and now 3 of my 4 male cousins have fathered only girls.
    7 answers · 4 weeks ago