Will u consider adopting babies? Why or why not?
Never thought abt it before but most prob no. As I'm not confident that I can give the child the love n support he needs when I'm not the one who gave birth to him. (Mentally not ready)
Never thought of adopting but I did discuss with my husband that I will like to be foster parents when my kids are slight bigger like 7 years old.
My parents are in the fostering scheme, and my husband and I have agreed that we would rather adopt if the need arises.
Never thought of that before. Even though i don't have a baby girl, i treat my friend's daughter like one of my daughter
Not me. I can't even think or imagine wanting another child at all! lol
I did consider if I wanted a second its better to adopt than being preggy but I think our culture is more inclined to have own kids compared to western countries?
yes if really had try to conceived but fail
I will, if I can afford the time and money. I was adopted by my foster parents when I was just baby. if I were to adopt, I will want to give everything I can to love and educate and let him/her have the best life that I can offer, just like how my parents did for me.Read more
Yes I did, if I really couldn't find anyone anymore - but I'm not exactly sure about the guidelines and criteria in Singapore :(
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- If your teen becomes secretive and doesn't want to chat even about how her way went in school, should you consider it normal? Why or why not?
I think it is normal behaviour since children at that stage is trying to find their identity. They would want to have their own space and exercise their autonomy. What I would propose is to respect her privacy and preferences. At the same time, still enforce some rules (such as, having to inform parents about her whereabouts; having to keep parents updated if she were to return home later than expected). Try to engage her in conversations and find out which friend(s) she is closer to. Let her know that you will be around if she ever needed any advice. Adolescence is a tough stage to manage as it is difficult to balance how much "control" a parent can exercise. All the best! Just continue to engage and communicate with her whenever there's an opportunity.Roseanne Flores