5 Comments

  1. Jon

    I have a daughter. Kids are for me. But something I have always believed in is that what works for me might not work for everyone else. Now whether that is about sales or life is up to you! People will always judge. No one is exempt from that human flaw. However, it sure does bring up every emotion we have. When asked an uncomfortable question, reply with an uncomfortable question. The pure Hi-larousness (if that is even a hyphenated word.lol) is a God sent blessing. If you need a list of goodies….I can provide young hopper! My fav….response…”whewww..did you just fart?”

  2. Kelly

    I personally feel that I’m not really sure what my kids would do without their favorite aunt not giving them her undivided attention. I support you sista’! Kids are not for everyone.

  3. Serra

    Well put! We love our Aurora and couldn’t imagine our life without her and all that mushy stuff. However we are now debating weather or not to have any more, and we used to be so so so certain that we were. I completely understanding wanting to “be selfish” and live your life the way you want to! More power to you!

  4. Lindsey

    Tams I am SO glad you addressed this issue. I am so tired of people asking me the kid question and they look at me like I’m from Mars when I say we don’t really want any. I was asked this week in fact about kids and I decided to try a new response…I said we were having fertility issues…I didn’t think it was necessary to divulge that the “fertility issue” was that we don’t really care if we’re fertile or not at the moment, but I can tell you this – the conversation about kids ended right then and there :).
    (Disclaimer – no disrespect to peeps with real fertility issues).

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