My husband and I are in our mid-late 20's. We've both talked about having children, we both know we want children, one day, but we don't really have a "plan" or timeline for kids. However, sometimes when we talk we think maybe we'll just never have kids and just have a bunch of dogs instead lol. I personally am so back and forth on the idea of children. Sometimes I feel like I want a baby soon, and other times I think I don't want a baby for several years, or if ever. I'm scared that one day I'll get pregnant and then go back in my mind and wish we'd waited. At the same time, I don't want to wait around forever, be too old for kids and then wish we'd had them. I know no one is really 100% "ready" for a baby, but I just don't know how you "know" you are ready or want to have children. I clearly don't feel we are ready **at the moment** and we are perfectly fine with that. Sometimes I look at other couples and they are just so planned out and put together and have their time lines and I worry when we aren't the same. We just kind of take each day as it comes. However I am honestly happy not having a "plan" really.... Maybe that's crazy? My husband and I communicate openly a lot about this subject, so it's not like I can't talk to him about it, I'm just curious if any other young women feel the same. Please no negative comments if it can be helped
Thank you ladies!