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It’s Not A Bad Thing, To NOT Want Kids

You ever see a really cute child, and all you want to do, is hug them, kiss them, pinch their cheeks, and take them home. That is, until the child throws a tantrum, or yells and cries; then all of that baby fever is gone!


I've worked as a preschool teacher, for 7 years, and it was truly the most rewarding job ever! One thing I can say, it definitely made me want to wait to have kids, AND I'M STILL WAITING! πŸ˜†

....But honestly, children are a blessing! I can wait to be a mother, but I'm truly excited about what the future has in stall for me and motherhood. πŸ’–


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