Have children when you re ready. It s actually becoming fairly common now for women to wait into their thirties or even forties to have children. You re hardly the first people to say "I want children, just...
5 Answers · Pregnancy & Parenting · 18/01/2016
Go for it. I had my first baby at 19. I am now married with two kids and love being a young mom. Get married if you want, but you really dont have to. As long as your financially and emotionally ready to give...
27 Answers · Pregnancy & Parenting · 18/08/2006
If the father has a good job, and the mother is prepared to be a mother and assume major responsibility for her kid, with only a little help and advice from grandparents, then it is probably a good thing to start early. I am, of course, assuming that...
21 Answers · Pregnancy & Parenting · 14/12/2006
Get a job! Aren't you ashamed of yourself, expecting others to pay for your mistakes?
16 Answers · Pregnancy & Parenting · 04/06/2009
Our pack n play is very sturdy. IT doesn't wabble at all it is a graco Elise edition i really like it . Depending on how wabbley it is i would take it back.
3 Answers · Pregnancy & Parenting · 28/03/2010
Due to the increased hormones in your body... moodiness is VERY common in pregnancy (just as my husband... we're pregnant with #7). Still, there's not much that can be done about it. As long as you haven't had mood/anger/anxiety...
3 Answers · Pregnancy & Parenting · 06/06/2013
Babby formed by teh miriculz, dumy. Teh bybel is always write. Ne one who say differ'nt DOIN IT RONG. Prayse gawd.
10 Answers · Pregnancy & Parenting · 27/12/2008
I think that is awesome that you're so close to earning your degree, and you were smart to adjust your work hours to be eligible for insurance, that will make such a huge difference in your prenatal and birth experience! The thing is, regardless of how $hitty...
8 Answers · Pregnancy & Parenting · 06/03/2009
where r u from? r u in a state where abortion is allowed? if yes, then go to a hospital for a legal procedure, but if no, then im afraid u have to endure d pain that comes along with that baby (the trust of ur family might be lost, the hardships of being pregnant and single mother)
3 Answers · Pregnancy & Parenting · 22/12/2011
I remember feeling so scared about birth during my pregnancy, so I completely understand where you are coming from. As for the epidural, MOST of the time, women have no complications from it..... of course there's always a slight...
16 Answers · Pregnancy & Parenting · 01/07/2008