Kids or No Kids
March 3, 2013
The title of my paper is called Kids or No Kids. Today married couples have a big decision on whether or not they want kids. I start out my paper by talking about how important this decision is and how it effects other people. Then I start to talk about all the pros of having kids. After that I point out all the cons of having children. The next part of the paper is all about the pros and cons of not having kids. As you will see there are a lot of different perspectives on this topic. This paper is not to persuade you to have or not to have kids; it is simply just to give you both sides of the topic and a better understanding. I explain all this at the end of the paper.
Today there are so many decisions that a married couple holds. Some consist of where to live, who is going to pay the bills, but most importantly are we going to have kids? This is a major part of starting a family. You have to think of all the other people that are going to be affected by this decision. You should never just assume that your significant other does or does not want children. This is a topic that must be taken seriously and all the elements have been covered. Make sure to take into consideration all the time and effort you have to put in when making big decisions of your life.
Let’s say that you and your partner decide you want to have children. There are a lot of pros and cons of this decision. First let’s talk about the good things that come with children. Many parents find parenting a very joyful time in their life. They get to see their child grow and develop into a young adult (Anderson). You can say that you helped make the world a better place and have done what you are supposed to have did, which is reproduce. A lot of family’s also find a lot of importance in continuing their family line and legacy. Having children allows you to pass down your genes and history (Anderson). Another pro about having...
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