I can't wait to get married!

Married with children t-shirt - It would be nice to wear this when we are married. and with children.. when was the time you thought that you are ready to get married?
@rina312 (296)
September 1, 2008 1:47pm CST
I don't have a serious boyfriend yet but I think I've had enough of my single life. I think being in love and getting married and having a family is a wonderful thing. I am 22 now. When was it or how old were you when you thought that you are ready to be married? that you felt like you have had enough of your single life? Unfortunately, I haven't found mr. right yet hehe.
3 responses
@irishidid (8115)
• United States
1 Sep 08
Been there, done that. Marriage didn't agree with me. I'm told it wasn't the right guy. The right guy for me would be a traveling salesman who is never home but sends the money.
• United States
1 Sep 08
I need one of those also. When you find him if he has a brother who travels let me know.
@irishidid (8115)
• United States
1 Sep 08
Will do and if we find we don't like the brother we get we can trade.
• United States
2 Sep 08
You shouldn't think about marriage until you've met someone you actually want to be with. Obsessing over marriage only leads to bad judgments and regrets. Just take your time and wait to meet someone, don't try to force yourself to analyze the "marriage potential" in every male you meet. Just let it happen.
@walkthetalk (1308)
• United States
1 Sep 08
I got married the first time when I was 17. That was Mr. Wrong. I had to Work and support him while going to school. Then shortly after getting married I got pregnant. Still going to school and working. Now pregnant. Married to MR. WRONG. Then after I had my baby, I found out I dad cancer. Now cant work, Married to MR WRONG, with a baby, going to school, no job, neither on of us, and cancer. When I cot well. I was about 19. I got a divorce. I got remarried again later. My advice. Stay single for as long as you can enjoy your young years. you only have them once. And you can't get them back. Live it up. That's what I tell my kids. And I let my son do it.