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    Question Time line?

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    I know you can't live life by a timeline and it has to be flexible to all situations etc. but just wondering what everyones ideal timeline actually is???

    I wonder if most of us have pretty similar expectations due to "biological clocks" etc? hahaha.
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    i would like to be married and either pregnant or have a child by 25.
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    Deployment has definately made my time lines a lil different since now its like every other year I cant really expect anything to happen.

    Im hoping a kid popped out by 27. . . and hopefuly a few years before that to enjoy marriage etc.
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    I would say be married by 22 or 23. Then start a family around 25!
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    I sooo want to be married by 25. . . not really sure if that will be happening though
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    Getting married in June. I'd like to start a family when I'm 26-28.
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    Aww yay congrats!!!
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    Well, I'm already married...but I had no idea it would be this soon. My timeline was marriage after college graduation.

    As for kids, DH and I don't want any until wayyy later...around when I'm 30, so he will be 33. We want to travel and have fun as a couple first!
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    Wow...I'm past some of you ladies' timelines!

    I've always told myself not to live by a timeline...but I think we all subconsciously do...

    I only have one thing on my timeline though and that's being engaged before next deployment. It would be a lot easier taking care of one apartment rather than two. If he's not 100% ready by then though, I'll be ok.

    My kids timeline - I'm terrified of doctors...I turn into a complete two year old at the mention of a needle (unfortunately, this is not at all an exaggeration)...I probably need some counseling before I even think about trying to get pregnant...yes, it's that bad. So my timeline -- kids after counseling.
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    @ Lyndsay hahahaha. Your right about the whole scariness with actual pregnancy. . . I recently had a dream well nightmare where I got prego and then realized the labor was going to be horrible and was so scared that I was in one of those couldnt go back situations haha.

    I agree with being engaged before my next deployment. . . .I thought that last time now we're on deployment 2 though. Its kind of difficult being just a girlfriend in the army, they attach so much to if you're married or not like the whole being able to use stuff on base and get information etc. I understand it completely but it also makes me understand why a lot of military couples get married sooner than a lot of other couples.
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