Quit thinking of crying, get tough, and do your homework. Sit down one night and list all your bills (including mortgage and health care, gas, food) and then how much your husband makes a month (after taxes.) You need to prove to him you can afford it if you have another child and you stay home. Let him see it in black and white! Some men get use to that extra pay check and fear living without it. Your pay check may help him have those "toys" that both of you are use to having. If you have another child then this means no fancy trips for holidays, you can't do all the things you use too and also, you can't have all those extra toys. He could also be making excuses because he doesn't want to have another child. I hope you do make up that list and prove to him you can work things out on just his pay check alone. Show it to him and if he still isn't convinced then it's time to communicate and find out his feelings on the subject of having another child. Also assure him that when the children are old enough to start school you can still go out and get a part-time job and be at home when your kids get home from school. This gives you the opportunity to still be out in the workforce or take extra courses to improve your employment opportunities so when the kids are almost ready to leave home you can go out and work at something you enjoy. I'm behind you! Good for you! Statistics prove that if one parent (preferably the mother) stays home with their children they have less problems with their children during teen years and the children are more rounded and ready for their own futures. Children coming home to an empty house is sad to me. I can remember coming home to the smell of my mom's cooking, the house tidy and feeling so secure. Sometimes (especially in high school) I felt so under peer pressure and my home was my "safe haven" and I could talk to my mom about my feelings and feel much better about myself. I am a block parent (keeping other people's kids safe) now, and it's sad. I live in Canada and we call these kids "lock key kids" meaning they have the key to the house, no one is home, the poor kid runs to the fridge and digs around for a quick snack, slumps in front of the computer or in front of the TV. Sometimes these kids have problems and there they sit all alone. Get that list made and stick it under his nose! It's time for him to be honest with you. Good luck Marcy He may just not want another child, may like the extra pay, or there could be another reason. Studies have proven that when both parents work (even if for one it is only part time) the kid is smarter
A scarf for a child should be long enough to keep the child warm and short enough not to cause any danger to the child, should it be caught in something while tied around the child's neck.
Personally for a child to share a pony with you i would say about 6-7 because at that age they should be mature enough to do so. But its up to the parents depending what abiltiy your child is at xx
Child labor is a worldwide problem that proclaims that devastated children should be teared apart from their family and then work in factories because the family does not have enough money
If you are a female that is old enough to get pregnant and carry a child, you are old enough to breastfeed! Your body can do amazing things.
They should be close enough together that the child cannot get his/her head stuck in between them.
If a child is under weight than you should give your child more fruits and vegetables to get them some weight. You should feed them a big meal. The cause might not be that they're not eating enough fruits and vegetables it may be because the exercise they get is destroying their body fat.
wait till child is old enough to decide for themselves
it could ruin not only the mothers and fathers life but the baby's life to because the parents may not have enough money to support the child's life and provide the care that the child needs. you wouldn't have a job because your taking care of your child.
my husband has a another child in other girl my husband accusing me child abused with no exact evidence.what should i do?
NO. i say no because the teens are old enough to know what is right or wrong
Yes, because by the time a child is 13 he or she are old enough to make the right dicision.!
no because if you had a baby with another man your ex husband does not pay you with more child support because that is not his child
no because if the child is old enough tp know the difference between right and wrong,then the parents dont have anything to do with it. its all on the child then.
If in Elementary School the child who pulled another child's pants down should be sent home with a note to their parents and the teacher should follow up on that note and have the child's parents come to the school to discuss the problem.
yes you should just because her child is rude that does not mean she has to be!
That depends - on whether the child is (a) mature enough to operate a mobile phone sensibly, or (b) it's likely to be stolen or misused by another child,
If the child was actually legally adopted by another family then no, you should not have to pay child support in any state.
Altusic is not a word in the English language. Perhaps you mean autistic? In which case the child should NOT be left alone with another child at any age.
I think that 13 is a good age to let your child get a facebook. If your child is responsibe enough faceboook is fine for children.
i think you should be at least 11, because children often forget what they have to do for homework texting helps. my child is 11 in the 6th grade and she needs the cell phone to text her friends, because I'm always on the home phone and she always forgets what to do for homework so u should be 11, and if your child is mature enough to get it at 10 get them one.
Parents should have the say. When they think that their child is mature enough and has the right morals and values. Also, the child should respect their parent's decision.
Because its their child and the child is only in your care and nothing should take place without their permission!
Maybe. I think it depends on the child and if the parents have instructed him/her in how to use and take care of the gun. Some children, at 10, are responsible enough to handle one, but others are not. It should be with the understanding that if the child shoots at another child or person, shoots at houses or windows, and doesn't use it correctly the gun will be taken away. This rule should be firm and solid with no bargains added by the child.
A child can get herpes from another child.