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10 Myths About Getting Married Young1

on November 8, 2012 by Jami Balmet 1 comment

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  1. Thank you for this article! According to today’s standards my husband and I got married young. (He was 22 and I 21) None of our friends were married or having kids when we got married and had kids, but I love it! Just having number 4 I can see how getting married and having kids later would be more difficult. I have noticed more fatigue now that I am over 30. I have also enjoyed being an encouragement to my friends! I can say, “Yes I have been there, it’s hard, but it gets better.” I know not everyone has the choice to get married early, God may not bring them together until later, but I liked it. 🙂 Now we are 33 and 34 and have been married for almost 12 years, we have four kids and yes, it does get better every year.

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