#dogmomProb decided around 29.
It’s a weird thing if being srs.
Like I’m glad I have tons of money, can do whatever I want, travel whenever, but every so often I figure it would be cool to have a lil dude or girl.
At 39 I don’t get that feeling anymore but I def did at 34ish.
I have a tiny doggie now and she’s my everything.
No kids, about to be pretty rich, probably start traveling a lot, no responsibilities. Just like sitting on boats and shit from here on out.
I can't imaging destroying that.
I bought a $4,000 guitar few weeks ago. Ask one of my bros why he's always looking at shitty guitars and never buys anything nice.
Oh my daughter knocks my guitar over, about every day.
Ya I don't have just one $4,000 guitar though. I have an entire lifestyle of freedom which allows me to do basically anything I want all of the time.A lot of people say that a $4,000 guitar is just as good as a lifelong bond with someone you helped create out of nothing.
I think it's more on your wife than you tbh. Higher risks with an older woman having kids, but honestly you can be a great parent with good energy levels right up until you're 58 as far as I'm concerned. You'll be an older Dad at their graduation, but who cares.Sort of separate question, but at what point is too old to become a father? Having a kid at 40 makes you 58 when they graduate high school, when does it become unfair to the kid considering you're getting up there in years and likely won't be around super long