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Postby etowah » Sat May 13, 2006 11:57 pm

MurphyMobile wrote:etowah:
The fertility pills helped to get that baby going, but what's going
to get her going when that baby needs a strong, active mother.

I think it is rather selfish at that age. It is a health risk to the mother.
And who is to say that the mother or father will live to see the child
graduate from high school.

MM 8)


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Postby MaryTR52 » Sun May 14, 2006 12:42 am

High School? How bout grammar school? I can't even imagine trying to keep up with a toddler at my age (and yes, I am several years younger than this woman). Last Fall, my two sisters and I spent ONE day minding my then three-year old great nephew and twin one-year old great nieces. Even with three of us, by the end of the day I was totally wiped out!

Nature never intended us to have children at such an advanced age. What is this woman thinking???
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Postby etowah » Sun May 14, 2006 12:47 am

MaryTR52 wrote:High School? How bout grammar school? I can't even imagine trying to keep up with a toddler at my age (and yes, I am several years younger than this woman). Last Fall, my two sisters and I spent ONE day minding my then three-year old great nephew and twin one-year old great nieces. Even with three of us, by the end of the day I was totally wiped out!

Nature never intended us to have children at such an advanced age. What is this woman thinking???


Strange, indeed. Maybe she has regrets about her previous maternal
experience and wants another chance? Still, a high risk for the child
and her that most reasonable people would not take.
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Postby MurphyMobile » Sun May 14, 2006 10:59 am

etowah:
Yes, nature arranged for menopause for a reason.

Thank goodness.

MaryTR52- I have several great-neices and nephews (I do not have
children of my own) and these little ones wear me out watching them.
Now I really know why I did not have children. :D
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Postby MaryTR52 » Sun May 14, 2006 12:07 pm

MurphyMobile wrote:etowah:
Yes, nature arranged for menopause for a reason.

Thank goodness.

MaryTR52- I have several great-neices and nephews (I do not have
children of my own) and these little ones wear me out watching them.
Now I really know why I did not have children. :D

Amen, sister!
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