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how are babies made?

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    Ms. Sue
  2. You have submitted one of my personal favorite questions in the history of this site! Seriously though, was/were there some event(s) in your life that inspired your curiousity with regards to this topic? It is important to learn about this subject matter sooner or later. By the way, how old are you?! Do you mean human babies or some other animal species?!

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  3. ok then. thanks. i'm 19 and i do mean human babies. i want a baby but i don't know the process i have to go through. what do i do?

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  4. I assume that you are not considering adoption. If you really don't know how to become pregnant, I would suggest talking about this with an adult you can trust.

    Another possibility is taking a sex education course, because developing a relationship that leads to pregnancy and caring of children is a relatively complex process.

    Sexual intercourse, the man depositing the sperm, fertilization and pregnancy are the smallest part of having a baby.

    Ask yourself these questions: Why do you want a baby? What do you know about raising children? Do you have the resources — financial, social support (including that of the father) — to raise a child?

    Here are some other questions to ask yourself:

    Babies/children require an extremely great deal of time and effort to raise, which may limit or interfere with other life goals that you have.

    I hope this helps. Thanks for asking.

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