Post # 17
Thanks for all for sharing your personal experiences, I can’t express how much it has helped me to put things into perspectives. With my support, Fiance inquired about the opening and learned that it is not being filled immediately (thanks to the economy) so we have some time to think and discuss if this is realistic for us. I really appriciate the insight you all have brought to the table, thanks hive. I also realized I have a million typos/spelling errors in my previous post, sorry about that.
Post # 18
Wow that article was a little extreme. I do agree it’s a bad idea to raise children in that household, but for someone to say you have to see someone every day to be married and then refer to his wife in quotations, well, that’s kinda poopy. It’s not as though the author divulged lots of details to give us background
Glad you have some time to think about it slicey =]
It’s definitrly nice to know that if you are going to do it, there IS an end to it, not just an open-ended question sort of thing
Post # 19
@ejs4y8: Yeah, that article is a bit extreme, but then again, it’s talking about an extreme situation (choosing to have a child while in a long distance relationship). A long distance marriage isn’t so strange – but long distance parenthood? I guess it offers an extreme view of what *can* happen in relationships that end up being long distance for the long term, which is why my mind thought back to that article when I read about OP’s situation. Obviously the situations are quite different, but in any case, that article offers one advice columnist’s perspective about a vaguely similar situation.
Post # 20
Yeah no joke! That poor kid would be shuttled around so much! I can’t even fathom doing that to a child…