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Even if I’m not leaving, I can go work a soup kitchen or hang out with my friends worry-free because I don’t have another life to take care of. If my job wants me to move across the world every six months, I can go do that without the hassle of enrolling and re-enrolling children in school.
Sure they have all of the typical human characteristics of fingers, a face and legs, but they just don’t look human. I have known this since kindergarten, and my thoughts against having children have only since deepened. How could a woman not want to reproduce and care for children for 18 to 25 years of her life? Most of the time this comes from the aunts and uncles you see on holidays and maybe one or two other times during the year. The second reaction is the more common and civil, “Oh, you’ll change your mind.” This light-hearted, I’m-older-and-wiser response drives me insane.Luckily, these days, having kids without getting married is no big deal, so I might just be able to have everything I want after all. Some girls know exactly what kind of wedding they want from the color of the bridesmaid’s dresses down to the hors d’oeuvres they’ll serve at the reception.All I’ve ever known is that I hate being the center of attention and I don’t want to spend a bunch of money on one day I probably won’t even get to enjoy because I’ll be too busy stressing over everything that I have to do to make it perfect for everyone else. A lot of people want to be married before they have kids because they need the security.(That may or may not have actually happened.)There are currently 7.125 billion people in this world.
It has a surface area of 196.9 million square miles, and about 71 percent of that surface area is covered by water.From the ages of 0 to 5, there is not much a child can do.They are just learning to walk, talk and properly use the restroom, none of which I am interested in teaching them how to do. Though I had a particularly horrible bunch of children, I found ages 5 to 11 to be slightly more tolerable.To me, babies are watermelon sized aliens that are only very loosely because sometimes they even struggle with these things: eating, pooping, peeing, crying and the worst, staring. I really don’t understand how someone could find an organism that only does five things and can’t even hold its own head up adorable. My aunts and cousins, in a desperate attempt to convert me to make me understand, have chased me around the house and forced me to hold their kids.I end up holding the child facing out, an arms length away from me until someone feels bad for the thing and takes it away.And so you try to respond, no, I won’t change my mind, but then that just segways into, “When I was your age, I thought the same thing … I have two beautiful daughters and a son and I am happy as can be.”Congratulations.