at what age preferably we should have kids?can we-------???
March 20, 2010 6:57am CST
lotters whatb you think is the righ age to have kids and if you are not able to have soon is 36 years can be the right time or you will adopt?what do you prefer!
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20 Mar 10
I had enough money to have my first baby at age twenty two. I had bought my cottage when I was nineteen years old. I had just come home from my trip around the world when I got married and became pregnant. Normally I think between age 24 and 29 years old is the ideal time to have a baby. It is also quite sensible to have a baby when aged between 30 and 34 years old. It is possible to have a baby after than age. I know ladies that have had a baby at age 39 years old. After that time I think it is best to apply to adopt a baby or a child. I imagine I would go for adopting a sibling group. In my first year of teaching I taught a little boy. He was the middle child in a sibling group. The man and lady had adopted his older brother, him and his younger sister. The boys were a handful but the little girl I am told was a delight. Often adopted children suffered a poor beginning to their life. Those children live in a loving adoptive family so now all are happy. My second son was born when I was 34 years old and my baby daughter was born when I was 36 years old. My oldest is going to be 15 years old next month.
20 Mar 10
well dear,friend I have some what different situation,kinda Can a kid be adopted who is 10 years old,well it is somewhat weared but,can it be possible,i have one of mu friend,she has done the same as she is financially independently!but not with her hubby!
20 Mar 10
I think around 30 is all right. A person may have earned enough for savings during his/her 20's. There are many expenses when a baby comes, and it continues throughout the child's life until the child goes to college. That is the reason why a person intending to have children must earn during the 20's. As for women, it is all right to have kids I think until 38. It would be difficult to have kids by 40 and so on because there would be more pregnancy risks. As for adoption, I think even though a woman with her husband planning to adopt who does not worry about pregnancy risks must still adopt at ages earlier than 40. If a child is adopted later than that, then the parents must word hard until the child goes to college, and that means that even if the parents are already seniors, they would still be working because they are still supporting a child. That would be really tiring if a couple should already be reaping the fruits of their years-worth of hard work but instead, are still stuck in the work force trying to raise a child. I can't explain it better but I hope that made sense?