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    Single Mom From Florida

    I am a 31 yr old mom from Sarasota. I have been a strong believer in "It is better to have and not need. Than to need and not have." my whole life. My brother has always been a survivalist. And he taught me many things. But amidst this whole pandemic, I am honestly scared for my (almost) 2 year old son, my 74 year old mother and 55 year old sister who is in home hospice care and my rottweiler girl pup....I was hoping to meet some like minded individuals. And possibly ease my mind a little.🤞🤞 Anyhoo, hi everyone!
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    Quote Originally Posted by SRQMAMA88 View Post
    I am a 31 yr old mom from Sarasota. I have been a strong believer in "It is better to have and not need. Than to need and not have." my whole life. My brother has always been a survivalist. And he taught me many things. But amidst this whole pandemic, I am honestly scared for my (almost) 2 year old son, my 74 year old mother and 55 year old sister who is in home hospice care and my rottweiler girl pup....I was hoping to meet some like minded individuals. And possibly ease my mind a little. Anyhoo, hi everyone!


    I'm always curious as to why some woman would choose to be a "single mom". Having a child via artificial insemination always seems like an odd thing to do.

    Would love to hear your thoughts on this!

    Thanks

    Slippy

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    @SRQMAMA88 , welcome. There are lots of great people on here, we are just very cautious about new people. We have had a few weirdo's here lately.
    None the less, please, feel free to ask away, and tell us what you level "of prepared" are you..
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    Quote Originally Posted by Slippy View Post


    I'm always curious as to why some woman would choose to be a "single mom". Having a child via artificial insemination always seems like an odd thing to do.

    Would love to hear your thoughts on this!

    Thanks

    Slippy
    I wonder why you're assuming there was artificial insemination involved.
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    Quote Originally Posted by paulag1955 View Post
    I wonder why you're assuming there was artificial insemination involved.
    Good question Paula. I came to this question because Single to me, means ONLY ONE IN NUMBER. So I presumed that there was no Father around. Hence my conclusion, or at least my inquiry regarding artificial insemination.

    Widowed Mom means that a woman was married and became a wife, had a child with the husband and the husband/father died. The mother of the child became a Widowed Mom.

    Divorced Mom would be a woman who was previously married, had a child the old fashioned way, and the couple divorced.

    Just the way that I think, I suppose.

    Fair question, don't you think?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Slippy View Post
    Good question Paula. I came to this question because Single to me, means ONLY ONE IN NUMBER. So I presumed that there was no Father around. Hence my conclusion, or at least my inquiry regarding artificial insemination.

    Widowed Mom means that a woman was married and became a wife, had a child with the husband and the husband/father died. The mother of the child became a Widowed Mom.

    Divorced Mom would be a woman who was previously married, had a child the old fashioned way, and the couple divorced.

    Just the way that I think, I suppose.

    Fair question, don't you think?
    How about an extemporaneous insemination?
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    Quote Originally Posted by KUSA View Post
    How about an extemporaneous insemination?
    Advice to the youngsters;

    Biologically, that doesn't work regardless of how extemplary her aneous appears...
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