There are a few B words I could use… But I have babies on the brain. so this B is for Babies.
Being (almost ) 35 I am not 100% in baby mode. I would love to see what my hubby to be and I would create. Girl or boy ( I want a girl) , would our creation be tall like him or short like me? Would they share my love for crocheting, or his love for gaming, maybe both or neither. Would we be proud parents of a gay,lesbian or trans gender child? ( i say hell yeah! 🙂 ) We would support our child no matter what!
Would we have the strength if we had an autistic child or if they had another handicap, disability ( I am not sure if that is the right would- I don’t want to offend anyone) No one know unless it happens.
Will we have enough money to send them to college if they don’t get a scholarship? Jon and I both missed having a college experience. We both dropped out of high school. I got my diploma through an online course. He doesn’t think getting his diploma or GED would change is life. He likes is job.
This is a big one for me… Would our child hate us? After never ending love and support would they say it wasn’t enough?
Being able to hold our baby and look in to their beautiful eyes would be enough. We’d be able to get through anything. Even if they hate us we can say ok but we still love you.
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I was never fortunate enough to have a child. I hope you have the best baby in the world! I love the way babies smell. LOL
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The answer to all your questions is yes. It’s amazing what one can do/handle when they are a parent.
I’m sure I had all these questions and more before I had kids. Now that I have two (both girls) I don’t think any of the questions even matter. Not even the worry or wonder. When it comes to kids, anything can happen at any time and you will never be prepared for it all, but it’s worth it. I’m good with my two though, they’re more than enough. 🙂