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Choosing To Have Kids

After I started thinking more seriously about creating a family, I realized that me and my spouse needed to have some kids. We started working hard to figure out how we would create a schedule around a baby, and after we had a plan, we knew that things were coming together. After my wife was pregnant, we anxiously awaited the birth of our baby, and it was awesome to see how much things started to improve after he was finally here. I wanted to start a website that focused on the choice to have kids, and how to have a family that you will want to be with forever.


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