Maybe you found your way here via a friend.
Maybe you are pregnant or a mother already.
Maybe you stumbled upon it.
Maybe you were curious.
Maybe you are secretly checking a couple of places out to help you rule out or rule in having a baby.
Maybe you’re looking for something to convince you morning sickness & stretch marks are where its at.
Maybe you’re looking for back-up that giving birth is SO not this season, SO not where your future lies.
Maybe your mind’s made up, one way or another. To mother or not to mother, either way is great.
I salute you.
If you are certain.
If it really is your choice.
Not what’s expected of you. Not something you’re afraid of.
A choice, you’ve made. Consciously.
Anything is better than eenie, meenie, miney mo ~ right?
Someone once found me by googling ’Is having a kid really such a big deal?’
I swear that’s 100% true.
I think we’ll all pretty much agree that yes, in fact, it is a big deal.
I’ve found it turned out to be a good, sometimes a great deal.
But it’s not for everyone.
It’s a decision that can stand some introspection.
And then some.
But sometimes, all that introspection, can find you tangled up in knots.
There’s a hell of a lot of factors to consider.
And, its very difficult to read the label from inside the jar.
And the people in your life, who love you, may naturally have their own ideas about what’s best for you.
They might be the teeniest bit biased, one way or another.
But I know someone who is very good at untangling knots.
Randi Buckley is all kinds of excellent at resolving conflicts.
Even when the person you’re conflicted about is yourself. Or someone that hasn’t even been born.
She’s compassionate, and has no hidden agenda.
She knows all about not wanting to have a baby. And wanting to have one.
She has an awesome program called Maybe Baby, where she helps you decide. Or be ok with not deciding.
I highly recommend you check it out here.
I usually don’t recommend things unless I tried them myself.
But this wasn’t available when I needed it. I’m thrilled it is now.
Maybe she can help you decide.