It's supposed to go love, marriage, baby.
So what would the moral issue be ?? You could get fired from your job if you got pregnant?? Isnt that illegal?? in that case you could have a large lawsuit against your school and then have enough money to raise a baby
so I guess you wont say what state you are in??
Anyway; I guess you answered your own question then?
I dont know much about the Midwest but what I have learned is that the people are a bit stuffy
Hi. First the down side of being a single mom. Here in NYC,in the last 2-3 years,
wow; I guess coming from a man's point of view its a different outlook.. You Trenner are thinking very logically which is good but you have no idea of what it feels like to be a woman and want a child so bad.
There is something in us and I have no idea what that is but I believe that God put us on the earth to procreate. So throw in the hormones and baby clock ticking and wham .. We have a need to have a child and the need grows and grows...
This overwhelming hormonal baby ticker in us is so loud that you have no idea how that could feel.. Its like a huge volcano erupting inside and it cant be stopped.. It hurts so bad that we would do anything to have a baby.
It just cant be supressed or stopped or whatever no matter what. My baby ticker started when I was 24 years old. I had a child when I was 26..
Oh; My friend had a child when she was 44 years old. Her son is 9 now.. she and he are fine. It was all natural..
I do agree though that after 35 complications set in and biologically its harder to conceive and things can happen but if we were never to take chances in life where would we be?
I had a child at 26 years old. I was young and healthy but it was a nightmare giving birth to him. We both almost died because of many complications..so if it were me I think I would take that chance. There must be better medical procedures now or something as compared to back in 1980...
There are plenty of single mothers out there.. I was one and some on this board were single mothers so I wouldnt let that stop me. I mean there are better daycares now.. and keeping a child in daycare is not forever.. The kid goes to school and grows up.
I live in NY and what you are talking about is one isolated incident.. I would never let one catholic school dictate my life ... and I also have a problem with the catholic religion.. I am a Christian but I have problems with organized religion.
You obviously went back and read my responses and edited your original post.