by rantywoman

I’ve been reading Ellen Walker’s book Complete Without Kids this week and found she had interesting things to say about what happens to friendships once people start having children.

In Chapter 5 she discusses how she had been part of a group of childless adults who then suddenly began having children in their late thirties.  I liked this sentence, p.109:

At a point where I’ve been spending more and more time examining who I am and where I want to take my life, they are becoming more and more involved in the lives of their children.