No sleep for the rest of your life.
Silence will be forever lost. Think about the relentless whining and crying you’re NOT dealing with right now.
Privacy is a concept unknown to parents.
In-law drama. Hopefully you don’t already have it, but if you have a kid you will/it’ll get worse.
Your figure will be baby-mangled.
Sex goes out the window.
Being able to spend money on yourself will be a thing of the past.
You’ll get stretch marks, which goes along with the figure thing.
Being able to go wherever you want, whenever you want is not an option with a baby. When you have a baby, you have to go to only baby-friendly places, schedule outings around naptimes, and you have to take the whole house with you when you go.
You won’t be able to drink during pregnancy and nursing… assuming you drink and assuming you’ll nurse.
You don’t own a home, yet.
You haven’t had enough alone time with your hubby yet. Take some years to bond and grow in your marriage.
You probably haven’t traveled enough. Traveling with a baby is not fun.
Now that your wedding is over, people’s annoying opinions are out of your life. If you get pregnant, be prepared for opinion overload until your child grows up.
Daycare is expensive, and so is college.
Like another poster said, you can say bye-bye to your non-kid having friends. I don’t have kids, and I don’t enjoy hanging out with women who do (if their kids have to come along).
Having a child is full of the worst kind of digsusting stuff. Snot, boogers, poop (sometimes it’s diarrhea that escapes through the diaper and ruins the pants, sometimes it’s so hard you’ll have to pull the poop out of your child’s butt yourself), vomit, blood (when they get older and start getting hurt).
Being pregnant means morning (anytime of day) sickness and constant doctors appts. where you’ll be poked and prodded with needles.
I could probably go on all night, but I’ll leave it at this.