22 And Want A Baby

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Kaydee - June 22

Hello...I was just wondering. Is it wrong to want to have a baby at the age of 22. I know I am ready in everywhere possible...Me and my fiancee both have good jobs, and are definetly financially ready. I just want a few more opinions before we start trying...thanks!


Kelley - June 23

Kaydee, I understand where you are coming from. I am 22 as well, have been engaged for 3 years and am pregnant. I didn't want to wait until my 30's to have kids. We too were financially and emotionally ready. Being legally married doesn't matter that much. Having a child was much more important to me. I am praying for a boy and can't wait to be a parent. Yet, if you question yourself so much... then you aren't ready. Is your fiance ready for a baby. And remember how much daycare will cost along with everything else. I personally sat down and fiqured everything out. You have to sacrafice alot. But to me it is going to be worth it. You just have to do what is right for you and your fiance.


bump - October 11



krystal - October 15

i don't think it is too young, i am just married now and we are tying to have a baby and i am 22 aswell


Andi - October 15

I don't think that it is too young. I always wanted to be a young mother, in my 20's at least, I got married at 19, and have been married for 15 months, we might start trying in a few months, maybe even next month. Good Luck


Ashley - October 16

I was 19 when I had my son! and I thought I was to young but now I couldnt be happier!


APPLE - October 18

I think that 22 is a good age, i had my daughter at 23 I love that i am still young but have knowledge of life. I was able to exprience life being single going out having fun, now i have my daughter life has changed no more going out as much less time for me and my husband yet she is great and we love it this way i say get it out the way as long as you can handle it and have a partner who is willing to support you in everyway we are trying again, we plan to travel the world when we are in our 50s and the kids will be grown.



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