Thoughts on Motherhood

  • There are pros and cons to accidental conception.
  • Planning to pass on faulty genetic material seems foolish.
  • Is your job going to let you take your infant to work?
  • Will you be able to pump?
  • THERE ARE OVER 7 BILLION people on this planet!!!
  • It takes a village to raise a child.
  • Some biological mothers failed to bond with their child and yet there is no love greater than the love a mother has for her child. What does this say about my mother? What does that say about me?
  • The best time in your life to experience pregnancy and become a mother is in your early 20s, but some people manage it in their 30s or 40s and it’s fine.
  • If you wait until you are stable or financially secure (like that’s in the realm of possibility), your fertility may be questionable and certainly your ability to function on less than 4 hours of sleep without the aid of stimulants will not be what it once was.
  • Do you have a support network to help you take over when your patience is gone and your brain capacity is driveling out of your head in your buggers?
  • Will you be able to get up off of the floor without groaning and creaking? Will you be able to get down on the floor to begin with?
  • Do you think you can handle not giving in to the overwhelming urge to order take-out because you are so exhausted that the thought of preparing a meal when you’re this worn out makes your knees shake?
  • I think I will choose fictive grandmotherhood instead. I am going to be the bestest non-biological grandmother anyone ever had!
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