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"When are you having a baby?"
My Fi and I are getting married in a few weeks and this question seems to be coming up more and more lately. We are not certain about children yet, and have decided to keep our feelings private for the time being.
A friend asked me this question this weekend. I replied by saying, " Time will tell...." and sort of left it at that. She kept pressing me for answers and even asked me if we had this conversation. I felt so awkward. This particular friend is a mother herself. She is the type that assumes that EVERYONE has that burning desire to be a parent. I didn't want to (or feel I had to) go into detail regarding our personal feelings on the issue of children right now. It's our business only nor do did i feel I had to tell her we had that conversation. Again, our personal business.
Talking about this with other people makes me uncomfortable. I don't feel the need to have to justify my decision to everyone. What is a polite way to stop people from prying into our personal business regarding this subject? I try to change the subject, but some people will not let it go.