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How do you really feel about having kids?

Started this discussion. Last reply by John Schaefer Sep 25, 2009. 44 Replies

So my wife and I have been married for 10 years. We're both in our mid 30's and she can hear the biological clock ticking. We both feel like we want to have kids and we shouldn't wait much longer.…Continue

 

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John Schaefer replied to Jeff Miller's discussion How do you really feel about having kids?
"True, I agree 100%. But the issue is a man who is not celibate by choice because of conviction, but of one that does not want children who is in fact selfish and somewhat "incomplete". I think that is the gist of the thought here. I never…"
Sep 25, 2009
asa c mcguire replied to Jeff Miller's discussion How do you really feel about having kids?
"My kids have been the best thing in my life next to my wife. I can't imagine what I would be like with out them. I wont lie and say it has been easy but was it worth it definitely. It can and will be tough but it is also the most rewarding…"
Sep 24, 2009
Terry replied to Jeff Miller's discussion How do you really feel about having kids?
"You may be on to something... "
Sep 23, 2009
Terry replied to Jeff Miller's discussion How do you really feel about having kids?
"There are many WRONG times to have children but the time is rarely ever "Right." So don't wait around for that to happen. If you or your spouse currently enjoy & would miss any one of the following: A) Free Time B) A disposable…"
Sep 23, 2009
Dave Kerwin replied to Jeff Miller's discussion How do you really feel about having kids?
"Celibacy takes a strong and disciplined man."
Sep 19, 2009
Sir replied to Jeff Miller's discussion How do you really feel about having kids?
"Well, I sure as hell was a man before I had a kid. (And a good thing I didn't wait until I had him to become one.) For that matter, so was Pope John Paul II. Jesus Christ. Several others who never had children. Lordy."
Sep 18, 2009
Cowboy Bob Sorensen replied to Jeff Miller's discussion How do you really feel about having kids?
"A man is not a Man until he is also a Father, and a Daddy. Perhaps you find it an extra fulfillment, but some men choose not to have children for various reasons and others are unable. I would not say that they are "not men"."
Sep 18, 2009
Duncan A. Simpson replied to Jeff Miller's discussion How do you really feel about having kids?
"A man is not a Man until he is also a Father, and a Daddy. What is life without the joy of a baby daughter or son, lifting arms to you as you arrive home from fighting lions on the urban Serengheti, with a smile as wide as his/her face and…"
Sep 18, 2009
Jeff Miller replied to Trey's discussion Politically charged
"I was going to say the same thing. Putting term limits on candidates won't change anything as long as money is still being spent by special interests groups and corporations to elect our officials. And hold on to your hats folks. A case coming…"
Sep 17, 2009
Jeff Miller replied to Darrell Wright's discussion What is your take on the Submissive Wife? in the group Christian Men
"Why not? Well as I said a leader is always superior to the led. Can you give me an example outside of marriage where the leader is not superior to the people he leads?"
Sep 17, 2009
Jeff Miller replied to Darrell Wright's discussion What is your take on the Submissive Wife? in the group Christian Men
"It is not possible to both have a leader in a relationship and have the two partners be equal. If there is a leader, then the other is the led. And there cannot be equality between those who lead and those who follow."
Sep 16, 2009
Jeff Miller replied to Darrell Wright's discussion What is your take on the Submissive Wife? in the group Christian Men
"I understand what you are saying but it is still a flawed analogy. You say: "husbands should treat their wives like Christ treats the Church, and wives should treat their husbands like the Church treats Christ." But the way the Church…"
Sep 16, 2009
Jeff Miller replied to Darrell Wright's discussion What is your take on the Submissive Wife? in the group Christian Men
"Are lapsed Christians allowed to comment here? I hope so. Because I've heard this explanation a lot and I've never understood how it makes sense and I wanted to say why. On the one hand, you're saying that having the woman submit to…"
Sep 16, 2009
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Jeff Miller replied to Trey's discussion Politically charged
"An interesting idea, but having lived in New Hampshire a few years ago, I'd say it will be impossible for 20,000 people to find jobs there. Heck it would be impossible for 2,000 people to find jobs there. Small state-not a booming economy."
Sep 16, 2009
Jeff Miller replied to Jonathan Andrew Wondrusch's discussion Moments of Manhood
"I manned up when my father died. I was only 17, but my mom and my younger sisters leaned on me to be the man of the house. I knew I couldn't fill my dad's shoes, but I also knew that I wanted to at least try to be a manly presence for…"
Sep 15, 2009

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At 1:31pm on September 9, 2009, Mike Norris said…
Welcome to AoM Jeff!
At 10:01pm on August 30, 2009, thehuhman said…
Thanks, Jeff.
At 1:29am on August 29, 2009, Shaun Daws said…
Welcome to AoM Jeff!
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Welcome to the AoM Community, Jeff. We're glad you're here.
 
 
 

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