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  1. I am 100% for young marriages!!

    I do not think that there should be a limit to when you get married. This world of ours is so focused on money and being the bigger and better person that they minds and hearts get drowned in the quest for success…

    I do not want to be that women that has her own house, cars, career and by the time she is finish with that she meets A man, settle down with him for 3 years and he dies of old age!!!!

    That is the route the world is taking these days! We were not made to be alone… Yes it is important to make something out of your life but do not get so focused on it that you lose why we were made in the first place “Go forth and multiply” What is the use in working so hard and having everything only to die with a lonely heart, all this material things and no one to give it to???

    I feel that’s a waste.

  2. So refreshing to see and hear that there are still those that choose to marry young! I was eighteen and my husband was twenty-one when we got married and here we are almost 38 years together! It is possible and looking back I am so glad that we made that decision because now we are still young enough to really enjoy and play with our three beautiful grandchildren! We believe in forever and we serve in our church as marriage mentors which is pure joy!

  3. Hi, Jamie! Glad to read and hear from you, always. I discovered your blog through Facebook a good 4 years, and I want to make more use of it as my husband and I approach our 7th wedding anniversary this April. I am still a young wife of 35, grew up wishing to get engaged at 17 and married at 20. God had other plans, and I graduated college, cycled through 3 boyfriends rapidly, settled into a great singles group at church, made a best friendship with identical twin brothers, realized I couldn’t choose between them and neither wanted a romance with me anyway! Then I threw away my idol, Peter Pan, grew up, met my husband, had a whirlwind romance, a secret wedding, a baby, a first anniversary honeymoon, two more kids, 5 trips to the mental hospital, and several blogs later, here we are, wanting to start a podcast called Annika’s Animals about my daughter’s toys who live in Calico Critters, USA. Love you, Jamie! God’s blessings anoint both you and yours. ~ James Patrick and Sharon Rose