I am always asked when I have a baby what I would do with a baby. My response is always the same: “I would have a baby.” Now I would say this in the least offensive way that I have ever said it but really it’s a good way to think about it.
My sister-in-law asked me this question recently. She said, “Do you really think you would have a baby?” I responded, “I’d have a baby. I just don’t know when.” She then said, “But you would have a baby?” I then thought about it more, and said, “I would have a baby. I’d have a baby anytime I feel like it. I don’t know when, but I know when.
This is the kind of thing that makes me think back to a time when I was a little younger. I still have a baby-sized picture of my son on my wall, a picture that I will take with me to any baby shower I have, but it seems like I only really started to think about having a baby after the child I had when I was younger came along. Before then, I just thought about having kids when I was getting ready for college or when I was getting married.
When I was 15, I had a little girl named Lucy. Lucy was born to a family in the UK, and when I was a teenager, we moved to the US and I had a daughter named Laura. I think that this has an important place in my life because it is the start of a cycle in which I started to think more about having kids. In other words, I started to think about having a family.
And I didn’t have a family until after I started my life in college. I was 14. During that time I was the only kid in the entire school and I was doing the grade 6 math exam. I’m not sure how much time it took me to get to grad school, but I’m pretty sure I was doing a lot of this since I was a kid and I’ve also done a lot of math tutoring. I had a wonderful friend and a great friend.
I had a great friend too but I have to admit it sucked that he wasn’t around much when it came to my having a family. I was pretty content to have an apartment and a car and a job all to myself. I was happy and I was secure. I think that in those years I was very careful what I had and what I didn’t have. I didn’t worry about my kids. I just had a clear picture of what I wanted.
I can remember how I felt in my twenties and thirties. I was very content and a little bit relaxed. I just knew what I wanted and what I had and knew what I didnt have. I didnt give a fuck what people thought of me. I was just happy with where I was and I had what I wanted.
I can remember when I was younger how I felt. I was content. I had goals and dreams and I was happy. I didn’t care what people thought of me and I had what I wanted. I think that in those years I was very careful what I had and what I didnt have. I didnt worry about my kids. I just had a clear picture of what I wanted.
This is something you can’t tell someone who has kids. For anyone who has kids, the “what you want” thing will always come up. It’s even harder if they don’t have kids. “What do you want?” is a question that gets asked quite a bit. We have a lot of “what do you want” questions.