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    7 posts, 5 voices, 1219 views, started Sep 1, 2010

    Posted on Wednesday, September 1, 2010 by Kimo04




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      Checking in to see if anyone is still here..... if so, question... why do many of our friends seem to drop us ‘non-kids’ friends once they have children.....  it is so annoying....  friends should mean something too... :)

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          Cynthia Schmidt wrote Sep 1, 2010
        • I think that new moms get caught up in socializing with other moms.

          I found that spending time with my friends with kids sometimes makes me feel out of place. I don’t relate. Not fair I agree.frown



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          Tamra wrote Sep 1, 2010
        • It maybe just a basic logistics problem.  When is there time for socializing?  Life with kids, even older ones, I find to be very time-consuming.  Just a thought...  heart



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          Mary Clark wrote Sep 1, 2010
        • When you have kids...you end up running in the circle of their friends....etc....it just happens.  And then when they graduate from high school..and you have empty nest syndrome....it changes all over again....sometimes. I don’t think people mean to do it intentionally....it just happens.  

          My two best friends growing up...both married but neither had children...we are still friends but we don’t talk to each other everyday nor do we do things with them much.  I don’t think they hold it against me anymore than I do them.



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          Cynthia Schmidt wrote Sep 1, 2010
        • I know this is going to sound terrible but the way I feel right now, well, it’s true - After dealing with a stepdaughter over the past 6 years I’m so glad I didn’t have children. I don’t know if I could handle this stuff she puts on her family.



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          Faye43 wrote Sep 4, 2010
        • I sometimes wish I had children then I hear one screaming in the mall and that passes quickly.



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