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However, even though it's been a long and frustrating slog raising my three children, the rewards are great, too. Her employer has plans to take my daughter to Holland this month to meet with their investors.

I suspect it comes from being 4th of six children, mostly boys, in a poor rural family - he sometimes complains that all he had were hand me downs at the worn out stage that were always ready to break. Haele who are doing quite well, and I'm incredibly proud of them. Still, I'll readily admit that it's been pretty difficult raising them because of the grave responsibilities we as parents have toward our offspring.

Let's wait and see what the statistics tell us in 10 years before we diss them all as assholes.

Before the 60's/70's, women HAD to marry to have a family (or risk being looked down on by society for having "illegitimate" children) Men were alone at the "top of the hill" (jobwise), and were still very under-the-influence of prior generations (sole provider/head-of-household/king-of-castle) Integration/women's movement put younger men entering the jobforce in the workplace (on a more or less equal-footing) with females of equal abilities.with people of other races.

I just learned that in California, since January 2009, this is now allowed under the California Name Equality Act. My second son on the other hand, will wait to be married. His girlfriend is in the process of acquiring her teaching credentials to become an elementary school teacher, so they're putting career ahead of marriage and children for now, although she definitely does want children. A lot of 20somethings can't even contemplate marriage; they need to get on their feet first and the effed-up system does nothing to help them.

I'm an Oldie, and I jump all over anyone my age who assumes young kids have it totally easy today.

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