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    Now im thinking

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    I was reading this one post by someone...about engagement and marriage at what age. Now i dont think it is, but someone else was giving me over it awhile ago: is it wrong for me to be 22 and my DB 19 and to be together? and that i have kids that are 2 and 1 in this relationship?


    Side note: i know some people that are 27 and 25 that are engaged to a 19 yr old.
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    There's nothing wrong if your love is strong and your relationship is healthy.
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    there is nothing wrong with it. If your love is strong age shouldn't matter at all.





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    i see nothing wrong with it...as long as you're both happy, that is!

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    i dont think 22 and 19 is that big of an age gap at all. if you two are happy, then screw it, be happy.
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    Quote Originally Posted by lacy+chk View Post
    i see nothing wrong with it...as long as you're both happy, that is!
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    That's only 3 years...no biggie... my MIL is 46 and just married a 24 year old, NOW THAT"S CRAZY...my husband is almost 22 (this means his step-dad is a couple years older than him)...Don't worry about a 3 year difference...lol
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    it's a maturity level thing. i'm 26 & db is 22. i graduated from HS in 99, he in 04. he was in 8th grade when i was a sr! GAH!

    i know he is not ready to be a father yet...still got some wild n craziness is, but i know someday he'll be a great dad, if we decide together, to have kids.

    i dated a much older guy once & am a firm believer in age being just a number.

    i say, kudos to your db, sandra. dating a single parent (& being a single parent) is a difficult thing to do.
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    People will always have opinions... you can't do anything to stop that. If you're happy then that's all that really matters, right?
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    You know, people kill me with the age thing. My friend's parents were twenty five - TWENTY FIVE years apart. He actually (ironically) graduated college on her BIRTH DAY. They fell in love, and he apologized over and over for loving her (at 20 and 45, btw) and she finally said, "Shut up. I love you too."

    They're the happiest married people I can think of (or two of..). If you love him, and he loves you, and you both take care of those babies, it's nobody's business how old he is.
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