I am spending a lot of time thinking about whether or not to have a child(assuming of course that I can). I think hitting 35 really brought home that the clock is now ticking loudly! My partner of 9 years doesn't want kids and thinks he probably never will, mainly due to a bad relationship with his dad. I have several neices/nephews and love them dearly. I know the love and joy that children bring but I also know the hard work and the sacrifices that I would have to make. Whilst I know that the decision ultimately lies with me, I would love to hear what you all think, particularly people who chose not to have kids.
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