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What follows a marriage boom? A baby boom!

By johnboy - 10 May 2005 6

The Canberra Times brings news of Canberra’s baby boom.

Once getting married and buying a house became all the rage children were really just a matter of time.

Seriously though I realise I’m not pulling my wieght in this society by not taking up the burden of producing the next generation. I admire those who are doing so.

What’s Your opinion?


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6 Responses to
What follows a marriage boom? A baby boom!
em 9:19 am 12 May 05

I wonder if kids are another thing you’re not allowed to dump at charity bins?

LurkerGal 10:36 am 11 May 05

They don’t need to go to all the trouble of conceiving and going to a hospital and giving birth! Here’s one I prepared earlier! Free to good home……

LG, having one of those weeks.

RandomGit 9:38 am 11 May 05

I had to give up developing my savvy to play video games and destress.

But life gets easier and I keep discovering pre-builts other than Nuke so the future is looking brighter.

em 9:37 am 11 May 05

Very misleading article. The private hospital stats have gone up, but they’ve only discussed the John James stats – is it the same at Calvary Private? Then it goes on to say that stats at Canberra Hospital are down – so is it really a baby boom or is the demographic just shifting towards private hospital care? And what of home births – have their stats changed in the ACT?

Jazz 8:47 am 11 May 05

oh, you won’t need to worry about that. we’ll always be savvy net geeks.

RandomGit 8:24 am 11 May 05

Please, don’t rush. If you have kids and settle down, lifeless family men like myself will no longer have savvy net geeks to live vicariously through.

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