EndlessLadyDelerium t1_jdl07v8 wrote

Asking anyone about children is extremely personal, especially if they don't have any yet: perhaps they've been rejected for apportion, or are going through that process; perhaps they're saving for IVF and it's stressful with the job they work; perhaps IVF has been successful but they've experienced a miscarriage.

OP doesn't know anything about their reproductive life, and childless couples might desperately want children but can't have them for one reason or another.

Or they simply disagree.

It is invasive, OP! I read recently about a woman with a young child who had two older women practically interrogate her while she was getting her hair done about having more. Eventually she told them that she's trying to give her child a sibling but that all her babies keep dying!


EndlessLadyDelerium t1_it3g564 wrote

Do people not have private areas to put items like rings in?

My fiancé probably doesn't go into my dressing table and a couple of other drawers without permission.

I don't rifle through the drawers by his PC. Sometimes he gets anxious because he thinks he's lost something he needs. So I ask if I can help him to search.