Are your decisions baby-friendly?

I am tired of seeing children born to parents who are not ready to be parents. Having a child is a very rewarding, exciting experience that some unprepared parents take for granted. Every child deserves parents who completely adore him or her. Honestly, I am tired of seeing kids suffer for other people’s mistakes. I am big on abstinence, but let’s be real; a lot of people are having unprotected sex outside of marriage. I can’t tell you what to do, but please think about your future children and choose wisely.

There are consequences of unprotected sex.. 1. STDs 2. Pregnancy and the list go on..

I care about you having STD, but pregnancy brings children into this world. Pregnancy is something everybody having unprotected sex should be planning for. If you are not planning for a children you should be wrapping things up seriously. Having children should not be a decision made in the heat of pleasure.

Are you financially, emotionally and mentally ready for a child? Our children deserve the best. We need to take this God-given gift seriously.

Getting pregnant and having a child is a big deal. At least one of you guys engaging in this unprotected act should be ready for child(ren) (abortion is just sick). If the guy is not ready for children, then maybe you shouldn’t be having unprotected anything with him. If you are not ready for children, you shouldn’t be having unprotected anything with anyone even if you are on birth controls. Your whole life changes when you bring a child into this world. We need to make better baby friendly decisions. I don’t have children yet, but the last thing I want to do is make decisions that will hurt my children’s future.

Stop thinking about yourself for once and think how your decisions will affect your future children.

Africa 101: Challenge for all Africans..

If you are an African on WordPress or you have a blog.
I challenge you to educate your readers/followers about your country.
The world have such a vague view of our continent, Africa.
It is our responsibility as Africans to educate the world about us.
We are the best educators because we live or lived in Africa.

The Challenge:

1. The title for every blog post should be “Africa 101: (Your Country) without the brackets.
2. Educate about your country’s history.
3. Share your experiences in your country.
4. Address the stereotypes people have about your country.
5. Share what you wish people knew about your country.
6. Tag this post in first blog entry
7. Encourage other Africans to join the challenge.

Do as much entries as you wish.
Please make sure every information is accurate and unbiased.

Let Africa 101 Challenge BEGIN!!