Was it Lot's wife who had a baby when she was over one hundred years old, (or eighty - maybe a slight exaggeration or two in the bible).To me it seems foolish to have children that late in life.
Can you imagine having to care for an infant at 80?Was it Lot's wife who had a baby when she was over one hundred years old, (or eighty - maybe a slight exaggeration or two in the bible).
My feelings are I can see where you're coming from, though in this case money to raise the child won't be an issue, the mothers young so really no different to any mother choosing to get pregnant using donated sperm or where theres no real prospect of the dad sticking around, (better than that situation in fact).
Good luck to them all anyway. .
I agree I can't, so you're right, but there are plenty of precedents for this where rich celebrities, often when they remarry, if that isn't too obvious a thing to say, have another child.Can you imagine having to care for an infant at 80?
I was 34 when my dad died, and I wasn't ready for him to be gone. He was 69. The men in his family usually lived to be 85 - 90. I needed him emotionally even though I had taken over handling things during a family tragedy, but there was a level of comfort having him around. I was 60 when my mom died. She was 91. Again I handled things, but it was her time to go. It was much easier to handle. Alec's kids won't have that kind of option. His child-wife is also being incredibly selfish.I agree. it's sort of being cruel to the kids...
All these kids are going to starve to death. We are in the middle of an extinction event. I don't understand why people don't understand this. If anyone doubts it, they need to come to Oregon and see everything that's burning up. The fires are worldwide. Once the sun is blocked out the crops will not be able to grow. It's getting worse every year. More and more natural landscape is being converted to agricultural lands. We have no more balance. Last night I watched another documentary about this. The science is real.I don't really care if they had a baby....It's their right to do whatever they want and had a baby....No problem or me...
They will when the rest of us do because food will no longer grow because it's too hot, too dry and the lack of sunlight. And because there are already nearly 8 billion people on this planet. It's an unsustainable number. This is serious. It's one of those truisms that people like to ignore to all of our peril.
I don't need to come to Oregon to reach the conclusion that the Baldwin kids won't starve.