I hate to be serious, really its not a natural state for me. But I have had a horribly philosophical day and you, as my audience, are obliged to share. I saw my most wonderful couple this evening, like extreme foster parents they do what I couldn’t. I love these guys nearly as much as I love every gorgeous ward that they have. How you can see such a beautiful, happy and loving little girl and give her up is beyond me. I hope, for us all, that my despair of the human race is not justified.
We are talking about a sweetheart that I struggle to pull myself away from, thank you Helen for the observation. How could any of us get to a point in life when we would leave our children, our babies, our future? It breaks my heart to see these babies but it gives me hope that amazing people are out there to love and cherish them. So I live in a country where there is high unemployment, no prospects and high childbirth why is that? Checkout this website to see how unsustainable our growth is:
Of course, like all debates, there is more to this. My friend Barbie was refused sterilisation by our health service this week. She is not alone, I have many friends that have been told the same and I struggle with the logic. Below 40 or below 4 children and they won’t entertain you. This is ridiculous, I love my foster couple but I want to see them bored. I love babies but I love happy parents nearly as much (honourable mention Dan and Jodie) why would you not want to stop breeding when it makes sense? How can a sensible country refuse sterilisation? I always direct my friends to the marvellous Marie Stopes but is that really the best we can do? I am sick of hearing rejections, sterilising makes sense, if somebody wants it please help them. After all I can only be uncle to so many!
I adore babies, I really am the most broody man you will ever meet, but lets remember to treasure them. Barbs your amazing, you have done a fantastic job and tread a horrible path, stick with it kidder your in the right. You could try taking the old man to the meetings as ‘evidence’.