You are walking down the street and you see a mother struggling with her two toddlers. What do you do?
Do you have a stable job?
You are at a cousin's place who has just given birth to an adorable baby boy. Your cousin asks you to hold him for some time while she takes a phone call. What do you do?
Regardless of the fact that your employers or your benefits will pay for the time you are unable to work, do you have enough money to sustain yourself and an extra person for at least 6 months during maternity leave?
What is your age?
Suppose you are holding a colleague's 5-month old baby girl in your arms when the little baby passes urine on you. How do you react?
When was the last time you did something crazy and irresponsible? What did you do?
What is your first reaction when you think about potty training a baby and cleaning up after they've used the toilet every single day at least for a few months?
Do you consider yourself a good cook?
Are you ready for kids?
You are not ready to have kids.
You seem to have an immature side to your personality and you don't have a solid grip over your life yet. You are not ready to be a parent.
You still need to give yourself some more time to be ready for parenting.
You have figured out a lot of things in your life and you are on the verge of being a stable and responsible person. With a little more maturity, you will be ready for parenting in the near future.
You are ready to have kids.
You seem to be a very mature and calm person. You have your life sorted from a financial perspective and you have a solid grip over your life and the near future. You are ready to become a parent.
You must iron out a few issues in your life before you become a parent.
Your life is not consistent, from a work perspective or from an emotional or financial angle. Set your life in order after which you will be ready to have kids.