Originally Posted by Erin Pavlina
We have the right to make that decision, but we also must bear responsibility for the consequences. This is why I am so pro-education on fertility. When I think of all the adults who are actively trying to get pregnant but don't know what time of the month they are fertile it frustrates me a wee bit because most of the women I speak to have no idea when they ovulate, how long an egg is viable/fertilizable, or how many days their cycles are. When I explain it to them they are amazed and shocked by the information. I can't think of anything more basic to teach in school than how babies are created and how to naturally avoid getting pregnant when you don't want to be pregnant and how to get pregnant when you do.
Lola, your son is very handsome and has a beautiful, loving spirit.
That is why I do not undestand why women take birth control pills every day for years if we are only fertile maybe 3 days per month. It is really not rocket science, people often know more about how their dishwasher works then about their own body.