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Content Tagged: decision making

Financial tips: Can you afford to have a baby?

When deciding if you’re ready to become a parent, the question of whether or not you can afford to have a baby is an important consideration for many individuals and couples. A blog post on Credit.com by Amanda Reaume, provides some suggestions for how to prepare your finances for parenthood. They include: 1. Make a […]

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Motherhood on Ice: New documentary chronicles a woman’s decision to freeze her eggs

At the age of 42, Amanda Burrell challenged herself to decide whether or not to freeze her eggs. She was currently single and childless, but felt she had a great life. As she was researching her options, she realized that the topic would make a great documentary for her work at Al Jazeera. Accustomed to […]

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What if you just aren’t sure you want kids?

There are many women who always knew that when they were older, they wanted to have children, and there are those on the other end of the continuum who knew that motherhood was not for them. However, there is another group of women we rarely hear about – those who are ambivalent about having children. […]

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Deciding who gets pregnant first!

Alexis and I met through mutual friends a few years ago. We started talking about having kids on one of our first dates. We both knew that we wanted to have kids in the future. We’re now more than two years into our relationship, and things are going great. We both feel like we’d found […]

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