Wednesday, October 12, 2011

"I don't want kids" - A Guest Post

Today I have another guest post this time brought to you by Caro. She is a fellow Canadian and you can take a peek at her blog Thecarozone. This is her short and sweet take on having children. 

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I dont want kids

When people ask me when I'll have kids, I say that I don't want any.People use to tell me, You'll see when you turn 30 the clock will start ticking.Well I will be 33 soon, and still no ticking.

I believe that some people are meant to have kids and others not.All my life while growing up, I never saw a future for me with kids.And it's ok this way.

Of course I dont want to turn into the old cat lady, but I am willing to take that chance.


Over a year and a half ago I was asked to be the godmother of a triplet.
I am so in love with that kid, that it reassured me that it was ok for me not to have kids and that I was perfectly fine with being a godmother/aunt.

Of course every time I meet a new someone, it is a subject I have to put on the table as most men our age either have or want kids.

I believe I am happy this way and I think that this is hat matters the most.No matter what choice you make in life, just make sure that it is the one that makes you happy.

Venassa I hope your little miracle makes your heart want to exploded so much you are happy.

5 comments:

Iris Flavia said...

Same here. Had some major doubts at the end of 30, but Mum´s told me I´d feel/have felt it. I am an happy Aunt. I live to read blogs of Mum´s. I have no cat.
I´m not meant to be a Mum, and that´s ok.

magnoliathoughts.com said...

well said - it is all about making the right choice for YOU. don't worry about other people's conceptions of how you should live!

Melissa said...

I feel the same way! Someone once told me I should have children because "who will take care of me when I'm old"? That's why I have an RRSP. Plus, pretty sure all the elderly people in old folks homes aren't childless.

Mrs4444 said...

As a spec ed teacher, I have a real appreciation for people who choose not to have kids. I only wish some of my student's parents had chosen the same. I don't mean that to sound like it does--In their cases, they didn't have kids for the right reasons, and it shows. Good for you for knowing yourself well.

Baby Sister said...

As long as you're happy, that's all that matters. :)

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