Top 10 Reasons to Not Have ChildrenA lot of people want children when they grow up, but I've made my choice and decided not to get children. Today, I'll list reasons why not to get children. Keep in mind, this list doesn't have to stop you from getting children, if you want children, that's okay and it's perfectly legal.
The Top Ten
From Babies to College, you'll spend over $250,000, and that doesn't include college. Just imagine having multiple kids.
That's why the belt was invented
I hate it when babies or toddlers cry because you can't reason with them. They just care about themselves and cry and cry and cry until they get what they want.
I just hate the sound of crying.
Not to offend severe autistics in fact I'm an aspie but I don't do this but my sister who is 17 still cries 4 no apparent reason
Especially if they're teenagers.
Especially as shown in these Nickcoms...
I’m a 13 year old and I love my parents regardless!
Teach them to be more responsible and clean their own messes up themselves!
If that happens, I'll just kick them out of my house.
I'll just get them a pc and world of warcraft to keep them busy.
That's not exactly true, unless some person blames the parent for raising the kid in whatever way. But if a child gets in trouble, it's still his/her problem that they have to learn from so they'll know what's best in the future. It's called "growing up".
Just whip their stupid little asses
You can either, take your kids with you, hire a babysitter, or let the grandparents take care of them. I'm more of a "Let the grandparents take care of them" type of guy.
My parents traveled to Atlantic City NJ when I was a baby and Lancaster, CA and Vegas when I was a toddler. They took me along with them.
This reminds me of a fact, A scientifically proven fact that couples without children are the happiest.
Look it up if you doubt.
Get a babysitter..
Teens can get easily caught up in relationships, but I believe that parents should leave the relationship business to the child's decisions because the child can learn more quickly about this kind of thing. Of course, the parent can give the child helpful info and stuff like that, but it's unlikely that the kid will listen, anyways. Now if there's abuse involved, then it's up to the parent to deal with that.
My mom can barely let my oldest sister get a boyfriend and she's 21.