If you DON'T have kids of your own...do you regret it?
My husband's kids are now in their teens. He is open to having more kids but due to his vasectomy 13 years ago, in order for us to have kids, we have to do IVF per the fertility specialist. And since we're getting ready to move overseas, specialists will be hard to come by--and so will the 10k just to give it a shot. Not to mention that I might go crazy on all the hormones.
I was never really nuts either way about kids. Have them, don't have them, I never felt very strongly. I like kids a lot but was not in a position where having them made sense. Until I got married. My dad would pony up the money if we wanted to pursue this further. But I'm not so sure at this point. We're nearly done with kid stuff. Not to mention that the last time we brought up having kids, the current kiddos freaked out. So I'm not sure how well received a baby would be.
I'm not feeling tremendous angst NOW, but I'm almost 35 and cutoff time is coming so I'm trying to decide if we should put more effort into this or not.
If you are a SP but don't/can't have your own, how do you feel about that?