Thursday, 18 June 2009

When there's no baby ... and no regrets

Antonia Zerbisias blogged today about her article in the Toronto Star, When there's no baby ... and no regrets (which was published yesterday).

She has included some comments and links, include one back to my blog posting about it yesterday!

Go check it out here!


~ames~ said...

Thanks for pointing this article out Teena. I was 13 and 15 when my brothers were born so I definitely feel like I've been there already. I know what goes into raising a child and even before that I knew I didn't want to have children.

But I keep getting that line "Oh when you meet the right man..." But I know - I don't want to have children. It has nothing to do with a man and everything to do with me. :P

Angie in TO said...

Interesting read Teena, and I'll probably do my own blog on this topic as well. I've known since I was a child that I was not going to have children, and I don't regret not having them either. I've been called selfish for not having children, but who's more selfish, me for not having them because I love my life and children don't fit in or women who have children for so many wrong reasons?

Swordsman said...

Watch Springer, Judge Judy or Maury and you'll see many who should never, ever of had kids.

(is that bad english?)