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Old Dec 30th, 2010, 12:34 PM   11
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Why are people so rude? Grrrrrr. Just cause they aren't ready!



 
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Old Dec 30th, 2010, 12:37 PM   12
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I agree ignore the negative comments, not everyone is ready at the same time and no one but you will know when you're ready. On the plus side at least you know spending time with them won't be baby filled and you may appreciate being able to put it out of your mind when you get too broody.



 
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Old Dec 30th, 2010, 12:55 PM   13
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josephine ur post sounds just like me lol - give ur friends some time and they will all be broody



 
Old Dec 30th, 2010, 13:16 PM   14
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I'm so glad I found this forum, it makes me feel so much better to know that other people face this too!

I don't think that age should be as big of an issue as it is... it just comes down to whether you personally are prepared/ready. I also don't understand why people view having a baby as the end of their life/youth! I'm not really into going out clubbing etc anyway, but on the occasions where I did want to go then my OH would be more than happy to look after the baby. And I'll still go on holiday, I'll just be building sandcastles instead! I have no problem with people personally disagreeing with life choices that I make, but I'll have thought long and hard about it, so please don't be judgemental - I actually used to get really upset by it!

I'm starting to accept now though that everyone is different, as long as we're doing what's right for us... Hopefully they'll come round once we have our gorgeous babies in front of them!



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Old Dec 30th, 2010, 14:08 PM   15
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josephine ur post sounds just like me lol - give ur friends some time and they will all be broody
lol i hope so! none of them are yet i feel like im the only one thinking about it and they make me feel crazy for doing so!




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Old Dec 30th, 2010, 14:11 PM   16
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btw way broody21 i like ur piccie, im veggie too yay! i worry how i mite get the right nutrients when preg tho or if it may affect the baby



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Old Dec 30th, 2010, 14:36 PM   17
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There's lots of info online :-) basically it's easy to get the right nutrients.



 
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Old Dec 30th, 2010, 15:11 PM   18
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My friends are supportive of me and nobodys been judgmental (to my face at least) and I'm 26. HOWEVER none of my friends are ready to have a baby yet, and they're a mix of married, engaged, in a relationship and single. I'd like to think that me and a friend could be pregnant at the same time but it doesn't make me want to wait for them to catch up. Sadly my first pregnancy ended in miscarriage earlier this month, you just never know how long it'll take to conceive or whether you'll have a MCs or not. It's a scary time but I'm glad I've got the girls on BnB to share it with xxxx



 
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Old Dec 30th, 2010, 15:17 PM   19
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Hi

Yes I do agree that friend and even families don't understand. I am 25 years old have been married for 1 1/2 years. Majority of my friends are single and they want to have a bit more fun before settling down. I totally feel as if I have been singled out since marriage. It is as if we don't understand each other anymore.
I have chosen to ignore their remarks and just focusing on becoming a mummy next year!
My parents and in laws are just being a bit 'silly'. They still treat me like a kid sometimes.



 
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Old Dec 30th, 2010, 16:23 PM   20
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I totally understand. My mum knows and always likes to remind me that we're still young. I have told her i want to try as soon as we're married. I'd be 26 when we have a baby!



 
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