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  • Ideally, in your early 20s - but you really should be married before you do, and you need to make sure that you have chosen your partner based on his morals, values, and life goals, rather than his height, abs, or wallet size.

    Children are the most important thing, but children really need both parents in the home - statistics show a huge gap between the success rate of kids from 2 parent homes and kids from single parent homes. The latter are 75% more likely to go to prison, for example.

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  • if marriage and/or children is a females end goal then the wiser ones would want to find a good partner. they can build a long term relationship with while their still in the 16-25 range and not waste time fooling around with F boys. because couples should wait for marriage and/or children until they've been in a exclusive relationship for 5+ years.

    also wise to wait for sexual encounters until they've been in an exclusive relationship for roughly 3+ months. which will help to limit the amount of people they sleep with over time and increases their valve as a marriage partner. since many guys would rather not marry a girl who's been with over a dozen plus other people.

    plus in many cases the average females best chance to naturally have her first child. provided she's generally healthy is before 30 and every child after that is before 45. while she can still have children after those points. it's likely to take some kind of medical help to do so.

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  • When you are emotionally, financially and relationship stable enough to raise a child to the best of your abilities.

  • Find a partner first, deary.

  • After you finish your education (unless you a career student) until maybe age 28.

  • When you find a man whose babies you want to bear and who cherishes you. A man who will be responsible to his family.
    Good luck.

  • Mid to late 20s.
    You need your life in order first, because it will never be the same afterwards.

  • When you are mature enough to have a reasonable plan to take care of the baby which did not involve your parents or the welfare system.

  • When you’re mentally and financially ready

  • The age doesn't matter. What matters is your stability. If you have a good career, a stable living environment, ability to care for a child and preferably a boyfriend or husband that is willing to step up to the plate to give you and the baby the love, attention and guidance you both deserve. If you have all these things then you are ready to have a baby.

  • When you feel you are ready for it ☺️

  • People aren't universal. There isn't a set age.

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