‘I wish I had had a son’: Woman wishing ‘I had a child’

A woman is asking for help to find out why she has never had children, even after the birth of her first.

The 31-year-old, who has chosen not to give her last name, is seeking help to decide what to do with her future.

The woman was born in 2011 and lives in the northern city of Manly with her husband and two daughters.

“I’ve had a lot of different thoughts in my head about whether I’d have kids,” the woman told News.au.

“At first I thought I had a disease and I would die and then I’d die and that’s when I realised I just wasn’t ready to have children.” “

The woman said she was also upset about the fact that she had to wait for her period. “

At first I thought I had a disease and I would die and then I’d die and that’s when I realised I just wasn’t ready to have children.”

The woman said she was also upset about the fact that she had to wait for her period.

“The last thing I wanted was to have to have a miscarriage,” she said.

“So when I found out I had my period, I thought, ‘I don’t have a period anymore.'” “

She said her family had been supportive of her decision, but there were other things weighing on her mind.””

So when I found out I had my period, I thought, ‘I don’t have a period anymore.'”

She said her family had been supportive of her decision, but there were other things weighing on her mind.

“I think the biggest thing was I didn.

My family were really supportive of my decision, and they were supportive of me not having children,” she told News and Views.

“But the reality is, I just didn’t have the time.”

But it wasn’t until she started talking to her family about her life choices that she decided she wanted to have kids.

“My family have been really supportive and I really felt I needed to have my children, so I think it was a natural step,” she explained.

The mother of three said her daughter, who is now 12, has never felt uncomfortable.

“She’s a really sweet girl, she’s very intelligent and she’s got a very good sense of humour,” she shared.

“And I think she’s really happy.”

She said she wanted her children to have “the best life possible”.