I can tell you now with experience, that it is a lot better to have life experience and be a little older to have a baby. The difference between my first born 10 years ago and now is huge. I'm older and can handle the stresses of life a lot better without bringing that negative energy around my child.A lot of defence analysts expect them to make a move on Taiwan between 2024 and 27. It will be so, so bad.
Congrats man! I need to get me one of those.
I can tell you now with experience, that it is a lot better to have life experience and be a little older to have a baby. The difference between my first born 10 years ago and now is huge. I'm older and can handle the stresses of life a lot better without bringing that negative energy around my child.
I'm 39 and can't decide on getting tied up yet and have no such things as relationships before marriage (just a cultural thing, not judging). Marriage is an especially great responsibility on the husband here and I worry too much about others be it a wife or a child. Be it due to finance or personality. I fear being unfair to them. Let alone it will limit my free time to play game and watch cartoons, which are the least of my worries really but I had to mention it.
That's true. The point is, if breaking such difficult habits is the least of my worries (can't imagine a day without watching cartoons for several hours and such), you can only imagine how more difficult my other worries are.You say its the least of your worries, but it's actually hard to break out of that habit of being able to do what you want whenever you want to. I've been single for 8 years now, and as much as I like the idea of having a wife and kids, I do also wonder how I would cope suddenly having to spend so much time doing stuff for other people. I'm so used to spending my time exactly how I want to spend it, and I love it. So i'm pretty hesitant to get back into a serious relationship with anyone. I think I will at some point in the next 5 years but parts of it do worry me a little.
One out of a few reasons why I resigned from IconicIT, but because she doesn't get maternity pay I'm looking for another job.The thing that bums me out about the idea of having a kid is I want to actually do the parenting thing and to be able to concentrate on it without work bs. Paternity leave here is dogshit, 2 weeks I think. I'd love to have a year off if/when I have a kid, but the chances of being able to afford it are slim to none.