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I want to have a baby!

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I know this is a bit premature.. but i want to have a baby..

I deliver babies for a living and I'm starting to feel envious! haha It's kind of bad timing, with the economy Fi's job is not secure, and we have a lot of student debt.. Lately though, I find myself almost aching to start that part of my life.. nothing would make me happier than to throw birth control to the wind starting the month of our wedding! alas.. i think i will be waiting..

 

what are your baby-having plans?? Do you have some already? planning to have a honeymoon baby? waiting a while? Any words of wisdom? thanks ladies!

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I want one too! Well kinda at least :P - we are going to wait a year or two so we can enjoy each other though...kids are a lot of work!

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We are also waiting. We say after about 3 years we will start trying. I have school, the economy is bad, etc...but as many in my family says: It's never easy and there is always an excuse why you should wait...there is never a perfect moment or time...the time to have a baby is the time when you want one and when you truly can devote time to them...the rest will fall into to place. I want to finish school first and enjoy being married for a while first so that whole time part is holding me back..lol..What does your hubby 2 B think??

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We had planned to start trying during the honeymoon. However, I need to take a month or so of b/c or my monthly friend will start on my wedding day. Totally sucks...but we will start trying soon. We have lived together for over a year and have dated for almost 3 yrs...He wants one more than I do.

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I have to admit my clock is definitely ticking. My motto has always been marriage before carrige so I have a while to go. We aren't getting married until 2/2011.

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I have to agree with Koolatta. There is never really a "right time." My FI and I had our son (unplanned) while we were renting an apartment, had both just returned to full time school while working full time jobs, and with absolutely no savings or plans on buying a house. In a matter of 2 months we had purchased a home, paid off all of our debt, and luckily both of us are able to still continue with school. I guess what I'm saying as that Koolatta is right, that things will just fall into place.

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My Fi wants one too, he's just worried about money, the economy etc.. and i understand that.. I have a 'female' problem thought that results in me ovulating only about 4 times a year.. so that also makes me anxious to try earlier, because I know that it could take a really long time.

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Quote:
Originally Posted by Inked1 View Post
I'll be the one to chime and and say we plan on having NO babies. We will stick to nieces, nephews and 4 footed furry kids.
I have to agree with her. It'll just be me, FI and our two dogs.

Maybe, 5 years down the line after we're married we'll have children, maybe...

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I want babies too!! Sadly, I will be waiting though. My FI has just signed himself to go back to school in September. A decission I know that will be the best in the long run but me being a very non-patient person it's a hard one to deal with.

Alas, I have 2 sisters and 2 sister-in-laws-to-be that are all due before the end of 2009. Babies, babies everywhere. Hopefully that will hold me over for the few extra years I am going to have to wait.

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