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Two stories of older mothers. Choice comments...
Congratulations to her, I say. She looks extremely happy in that photo and the children appear to be healthy bundles of fun too. What an lovely uplifting story, it's made my day!
- Goosey, Lincs, 15/6/2010 13:32
Click to rate Rating 124
I guess none of you know what it is like to be childless in a county where it is very important to have a child. That is Indian culture. If you don't have a child you are not thought much of, especially true if you are uneducated and have never had a good job.
Things are different in Britain and the rest of the west.
Think yourself lucky that you are not pressured to have a family, but can pick and choose.
Just don't sneer when a lady in another country chooses to have a child. She desperately wanted just one, not a lot, just one. Poor woman. Hopefully the extended family will bring the child up.
- Annette, Sidmouth, 14/6/2010 17:42
Click to rate Rating 278
Those two are the worst rated, personally can't see anything wrong with them. So you can probably guess exactly where this is going...
Following on from the story of the 70 year old Indian IVF mother who is dying 18 months after giving birth, this should not be allowed. Children have a right to have parents.
- S Rogers, Rochester, UK, 14/6/2010 16:49
Click to rate Rating 776
So children who will lose their parents should never be allowed to be born. Logic even Hitler could approve of. I can't even be bothered looking at the others, it's too depressing.
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