I confess 3 reasons why traveling beats the future of having a baby

I confess 3 reasons why traveling beats the future of having a baby

I confess 3 reasons why traveling beats the future of having a baby

I confess 3 reasons why traveling beats the future of having a baby

Traveling wins, simply by being poop-free.

Babies are annoying. Just kidding. They are adorable little human beings, who cry when they want their way. [spacer height="20px"]

I know I was a baby at one time, but I'm 100% sure that having one isn't for me. My wanderlust has taken over and I can't help but pursue my dream of travel rather than a family. You want to know why? Well, I confess 3 reasons why traveling beats the future of having a baby.[spacer height="20px"]

Two’s a crowd[spacer height="20px"]

Booking tickets are already a hassle for one person, so imagine having to find two. Besides traveling, a baby is an automatic plus one to events, dinners, functions, and extracurricular activities.[spacer height="20px"]

Finding a babysitter whether in advance or at the last minute is an added chore I can live without.[spacer height="20px"]

It may sound selfish to choose material experiences over a human baby. But, isn’t it my choice after all?[spacer height="20px"]

Being one of 6 children, I’ve witnessed the ins and outs of caring for babies. And, not to seem too pessimistic, but children are not what they crack up to be.[spacer height="20px"]

I'm having a baby, but her name is traveling. My mini-me would have to wait until the next lifetime.[spacer height="20px"]

Experiences or baby diapers? [spacer height="20px"]

Experiences for 500, please![spacer height="20px"]

I’ve never changed a baby’s diaper. And, I don’t want to because let’s be honest, it’s disgusting.[spacer height="20px"]

It begins with a baby who whines and has obviously wet or messed his or her pants. Notice his or her face, and definitely smell the stench in the air.[spacer height="20px"]

You'd have to remove the soggy diaper with two hands. One hand to lift the baby, and the other to snatch and discard the dirty pamper.[spacer height="20px"]

Then, you'll have to clean him or her using baby wipes.  How messy the baby depends on a few factors: type of food eaten and duration between bowel movements.[spacer height="20px"]

Once a clean pamper is on the baby, then history repeats itself a few hours later.[spacer height="20px"]

Traveling wins, simply by being poop-free.[spacer height="20px"]

Taking vacation when needed[spacer height="20px"]

The only screaming and kicking that’ll happen will be when I hop on a flight to anywhere.[spacer height="20px"]

Traveling beats the future of having a baby because vacation days can be planned and taken accordingly. When I take time off, it truly means off. There's no uncertainty with how I can spend my days. If I plan it, then I will do it.[spacer height="20px"]

Having a baby is sort of having a second job. As part of the contract, paid time off is not included.  [spacer height="20px"]

Motherhood is unpredictable, draining, selfless, and consuming. I’m 28 years old and freedom to go where I want and when is important to me.[spacer height="20px"]

I’m the only baby I want to spoil with trips to Turks and Caicos or cruises off the coast of Spain.[spacer height="20px"]

I can go anywhere and focus on my immediate need to relax and rejuvenate from life’s battles.[spacer height="20px"]

Traveling is in itself a baby. I just choose to fly with mine than to give birth to one.[spacer height="20px"]

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