I'm a 27 year old man working on a psychology degree and considering a career in law enforcement in the state of Vermont. On the start it won't pay as much, but I can live with that because I'm planning on saving up my money to have a surrogate and I can be a single father. I'm very heterosexual, and quite capable, but between the ages of 18 and 26 I went through 11 women and one of them is an ex-fiance. I've already blown a considerable amount of money on trying to find a woman who is physically fit, mentally stable and comes from a good family. Such a combination seemed impossible after my third ex, that was when I decided to keep my Plan A for being a single dad. Here I am at 27, still single and still going to be a single dad.
In regards to this article, these two men are braving a new route for those of us who have tried the traditional method and have been met with every issue we can imagine. I'm glad they went this route because it helps me understand what I'll have to go through to have my children. If $300,000 is what I'll have to pay to have my child them so be it, my child is worth it and I'll go into debt for them long before I go into debt for another failed relationship that ends either before or after the wedding. I know I've already burned through enough money to afford a new Ford Mustang V8 Fast Back, and that's a lot of money going out in dates, gifts, gas to go on the dates, an engagement ring, the wedding, and if the marriage fails we're looking at legal fees now. I'd rather just save the money and just have my kids.
So these two men, are personal heros now to men like me who want to be fathers, but don't want the hassle and the risk of possibly losing our children when the relationship with the wife goes sour. Keep being badasses you two!
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