Oh, yeah. Me, too. DH and I have not played 18 holes since before I was pregnant with out twins. I had just bought a brand new pair of cleats when I got pregnant. Needless to say, my feet grew, I never worse them, and I still have not bought a new pair.
We used to live next to a 9 hole, par-3 course that was just right for
Nothing worthy of the qualification of "sacrifice".
Nothing that wouldn't have been given up with a different choice.
Exactly....I have added experiences, emotions, feelings and all kinds of joy to my life and I haven't given up a darn thing in exchange!
It's not for us....shrug.
Yep, makes sense to me.
Nothing meaningful. But most notably sleep; some spontaneity; big risk taking; a 6 pack (abs) and
These are of course a consequence not just of having a kid, but also of the circumstances generally. IOW, had I lived in a different place, had I realized how difficult it would be and planned better, had family to help, been independently wealthy etc none of this might have obtained.
1 Work (I worked, but had to scale back significantly and the first years it was a serious challenge).2 Schooling 3 Peace of mind (I had a hard time dealing with a small child and found myself unable to think or relax at all).4 Fun (i.e. spending time with friends, going out, seeing a movie etc).