>I’m the only one who feels this way?

>Aside from the physical pain from being pregnant and giving birth, another reason I don’t want kids is because I don’t want to be saddled with the responsibility of raising them. It’s a hell of a lot of work.

With that being said, I’ve been thinking that being a stepmother might not be such a bad deal. It would be kind of like being an aunt. You can have fun with the kids and when they start acting nuts you just send them back to their mother.

6 thoughts on “>I’m the only one who feels this way?

  1. Doug

    >Now your starting to sound like Angelina Jolie. Although I think she did spit one out. It also saves lots of money on maternity clothes that are only wearable for a few months. …I wonder what you would be writing if you hooked up with Googleman and he stared deep into your eyes and said “Lets make us a baby,…baby.”

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  2. Doug

    >P.S. the wiggly letters that need to be input for posting a comment is a mother. Damn anonymous people. If I could just find out who they are, where they live, and want they want we could avoid all this.

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  3. ajooja

    >If they live with you, step-kids are pretty much your kids.

    If your spouse is more of a “weekend dad,” I think you’re on the right track.

    Either way, being a parent is tougher than it looks.

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  4. Hahn at Home

    >My kids have a stepmom – in fact, for a few years, they had two. I wouldn’t have wanted either of their jobs. Responsibility without authority.

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  5. SFChick74

    >The squiggly words are to keep the spammers at bay.

    I think I am mostly anti-infant/toddler. Kids who are about 5 years old and up are OK. I can hang with them. They can speak coherently and go to the bathroom by themselves. Much like my criteria for the men I date…

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