Why, when you have a child already, do people keep asking when you are having another one?
I keep being asked when I am going to have another child. Why do people feel the need to ask me this, and pester me about it all the time? I'm only 28!!
I think people's view of boundaries get a little blurred when they feel like you have something incommon like the love of parenting and having children. The same goes for those who couldn't possibly understand married couples that don't have children yet which somehow lends itself to being ok to ask when they are going to have kids.
Maybe they just like/ love you and can't wait for you to have more kids! Consider them like a hub page follower who can't wait for your next story!
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