My wife and I had our daughters at 32. We were financially stable and ready for children. Even though it was still hard having MONEY to support them took a lot of weight off of our shoulders. 21 as long as you have your money in check.
In my opinion, an honest age would be about from 28 to 30's. Also, when you have a stable job, a beautiful place to live (and raise your kid), and no worries. If you're able to maintain a stable job, then you're able to take care of yourself. Also, fall in love with the person you want to spend the next 100 years with. Marry your best friend; when all is well, and you think you and your lover are responsible, and ready to take care of a child, then go for it.
i would say, out of highschool & before your biological clock runs out lol. between those ages, i really don't see a "right" age to have a baby. i would figure its difficult for anyone. if you have the means, the partnership & support, i say that would be the right time lol
Honestly, no two people are ready at the same age. I think it has more to do with your emotional level than your physical age. I had 5 kids from the time I was 21 to 29. I was emotionally ready to make the sacrifices it took. Had a good husband with a good job. Was in a committed relationship that has lasted 27 years so far. Knew that I/we were going to have to give up A LOT to care for our children. Their needs had to come first. No more dinner and a movie nights, no vacations, no new cars, because it costs a lot of money to feed and care for the kids. And, you have to be able to LOVE them, a lot, because seriously the little monsters (say that with love and a nostalgic smile, since they are all adults now) will try your patience like you would not believe. Best of luck to you...
Out of all schooling....get done high go to college if you want and complete. Fall in love n b happy. I say 20 depends on where you find yourself in a relationship and life. If your stable all around ok. I had my 1st at 17..I had the money and a Gd man...just wish I was not in any type of schooling.
Around 27. Depending on what field or career you would like to go into. I say 27 because after highschool you will be sending out applications and spending your last summer with friends and loved ones. Then once you get into a college of your choosing you'll spend the next 2-6? years on your education. After that you'll want to start your career and settle down with the man of your dreams. So after all of that, you should start thinking and planning out expanding your two person family. Unless you are wanting to be a single mom then this would be totally different.
There's no perfect time/perfect age to have a baby. Generally speaking, it's best to have a baby when you're in a good, solid relationship, you feel like you are ready to be attached to this person for the rest of your life. If you have a child with a person, that means they will be in your life forever. Even if you break up.FOREVER. That can be a true nightmare so make sure that they are the kind of person who will be a good parent, be responsible, caring even if you're not together. Make sure you have a stable job and a lot of money saved up because kids are extremely expensive constantly. You need to make sure you are also mature and ready to give up your entire life for the sake of someone else. You want to go to that party? Tough, little Timmy has a fever. You want that cute top in the window? Tough, little Timmy needs braces. Everything for at least the next 18 years is all about that one person. It's constant hard work and sacrifice for no thanks or appreciation. Just make sure that you have really thought everything out. Sit down with your own mother and have a frank discussion about what it means to be a parent and what needs to be done before you get to that point.
When youre mature enough to raise one. But also financially stable. I dont believe you have to be married to have kids, but it does make raising them a lot easier. Not that i have kids but my parents werent married. My mom was great raising me by herself but it wouldve been nice to have a father in my years growing up
the best age is after you finish school and if you have enough money to support you and your child. make sure your mentally mature enough and ready for a child. you should think about it first, since having a kid is a big life decision and responsability.