Not wrong, but are you aware of just how much work it takes to be a stay-at-home mom. If there is only one paycheck, you won't have a housekeeper to help you. You will do the cleaning and vacuuming and laundry and dish washing, AND take care of the child -- for at least 18 years. Oh, and if you trick some man into fathering your child and having to support the child, THAT would be wrong.
Well I would certainly not sick just sick at all even though it sounds dreamy if things went absolutely perfectly which we all know its not the case. I guess that depends a tad too how you were raised too. If you really want to have some self confidence and self worth for the rest of your life I would not suggest going this way at all. Then you will always be subservient to him and he will always have control of you and most importantly he will soon know that. I would definitely not suggest it unless you're looking to be a modern day slave to a man for the rest of your life and if things ever get bad, which they occasionally do...well more than occasionally, you'll be stuck in a terrible position. you want a man that respects you for being a smart independent woman and most importantly you want to respect yourself.
I don't think there is anything wrong with that as long as your partner knows and likes the idea. I also feel that if you choose this path make sure to cook for him occasionally, take care of the kid, and keep your house in good condition. I also forgot to mention that it is still hard work.
To be perfectly honest I have a few questions to ask before I can reply to your question. 1). Would this man know that you are trying to get pregnant? 2). If this man does not know what is in store for him, have you thought about what your actions would bring for the father let along the child? And the last and final question have you thought of getting yourself on track?
Sure. You'll never have to work. Cause as we all know, men never get sick or injured, or succumb to mental illness or substance abuse. They never lose their jobs, never get down-sized or out-sourced. They never abandon their families, or DIE. You and your kids will always be well taken care of. (dreamer).
If you both agree, it's okay. But nothing ever works out in life like we plan. Nothing. You'll need a back-up plan...some way you can support yourself in case every cent you both have is lost. And being home alone with children is quite the load of work. There are many men who admit to LOVING to leave the house and go to their jobs daily because the work at home is so much. But if you realize that and you both have a loving relationship, it's quite fine .
Finish your education. Get either a profession or a trade. THEN, once you can live on your own and support yourself (should anything unfortunate happen) you can find your husband. I hope you don't truly believe you should marry right away and start a family, without first living your own life. If so, you will regret it. Everyone should be able to support themselves; if even to learn how to survive & count on themselves, pay bills, earn money, keep a home, cook, etc. Get a little experience in this and you will make a better wife & mother. If you hurriedly marry and have kids, you will have no outside experience. That would be pretty boring both to you and your husband. You don't want to depend on him for every little thing. Then resentment would set in. Respect yourself and be respected by surviving on your own for a few years. Best wishes.
Times have changed. Back in the 50s and early 60s we used to hear horror stories from the USSR about women having to put their babies in a creche and go back to work. Now we're all doing it -- and for good reason.
Mrs Dodgy was a stay-at-home Mom but Sweetheart, I wouldn't have swapped her jobs at any price. Kids are demanding and it takes a lot of dedication and a lot of hard work to raise them properly.
Be a stay-at-home Mom if you want. It's a noble calling. But DO NOT expect an easy life, and don't expect to have much money. These days it takes two incomes to help a family to function.
sounds like a boring life... actually my mom did this, found a rich guy and had kids, she never worked my whole life. so anyways now shes divorced and lives in a trailer, super broke and wasted her life with a dude she probably didnt love....... just something to think about.
I would get so bored. I love working, I can't imagine being stuck at home waiting on my family all of the time. In this day in age, you're not going to have an easy time finding a man that will support that either.
Depends on what you mean by that. If you mean meeting a guy that you fall in love with and want to have a family with than no there's nothing wrong with that. But if you're talking about just using a guy to get pregnant and feed off of him for the rest of your life so you don't have to do anything than yeah that's messed up. Honestly, everyone needs to work. Nothing is ever going to get handed to you on a silver platter. You need to work for the things you want. You need to face the reality of "I need to work to get what I want" because guys aren't willing to do that anymore especially if you have nothing to give for it. Plus, just using and manipulating someone is wrong. You need to make yourself successful and worth something before meeting someone and settling down. You need to have a life with meaning. Go travel, meet people not wait for your husband's next check while feeding your third kid.
Looking for a way out of never working isn't an attribute you should be searching for in a relationship. Sure, if you get in the relationship & both decide you want to be the stay at home wife, that's great. But looking for a way out of never having to work isn't an attractive trait. Working makes you appreciate what you have, & yes, working is tiring, but working for what you own is something you should be proud of. Don't depend on a guy putting a roof over your head, fend for yourself. I am now a stay at home mommy for my four month old, and previously was in the military, so I of all people know what hard work can be, but be proud of it.