I was diagnosed with fertility issues when I was just a baby myself. It was discovered between ages of 10-12. I got so used to the idea of never being a mummy. (Due to other medical conditions I'm not a prime choice for adoption) so I began to make 'new' dreams. I grew up in a different country where gender roles were firmly structured. So the idea I may not have babies destroyed me. My dream was to get married young and be a housewife, rub my husbands feet, cook him dinner, be a wonderful wive. But when I came to Australia, I realized there was so much I could do. I could help children, I could save lives, I could create. So my dreams changed. I dreamed of being a doctor, a professor, an activist. Then I fell hopelessly in love with my fiance. (On again, off again due to both our families disagreeing.) He wants me to be-in his words-beautiful wife who tends for him and all the daughters we will have. So now I confused.
I fell pregnant with my daugther at 17. I was shocked & scared at first but my maternal instincts kicked in as soon as she was born. Sure I missed out on the 'going out clubbing' stage but I wouldn't change a thing
Megan - you didn't miss out on anything lol.
I know I shouldn't be but I am kind of pissed. I said at dog training that i would start a yahoogroup for agility and invite everyone. So less than a week later a group appears - run by one of the people I told. Stupid bitch.
BTW girls talking about never getting pregnant - OMG - shut up - you're kids - you dont need to think about that at the moment. When you're 30 you may feel differently. Certainly at 20 I hated little kids and now at 30 I am think I would like kids one day perhaps. Dont write yourselves and your relationships off now. Disney - you're freaking 17 - just don't OK - I have seen way too many pregnant teens where it doesn't work out as well as it did for Megan.
megan - I would say answer B lol
GSDs - I know - hence I refuse to instruct!
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