Our expert says:
Interesting that your husband, formerly adamant that he didn't want kids, now wants more. Shows how the actuality of expecting progeny changes minds. It is indeed easier to be sterlized as part of a C-section, I suppose. But what if, once you hold the child in your arms, and spend time with her, you DO decide you also want another ?
Is it your understanding that he's now keen on the joys of fatherhood, or is it more that, like some people, he believes its better for a child not to be an only child ( indeed some only children feel that, though apparently studies show it to be broadly advantageous ).
Wouldn't it be wise to see a marriage / couples counsellor together, so as to better understand each other, and at least each feel better about the way the other one feels ?
I understand your view of the job situation, etc.,- have you had direct personal experience of babies and children, to base your decision on the pleasures or otherwise of that aspect of parenthood, or it is mainly a rational, cool, business and life-style decision for you ?
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