I am curious if girls who want kid, would love their kids more than their husband, and if finding a man, and getting married is only important to you so you could have a kid.
The way I see it is I would love both equally, but If I could only save my kid, or wife, I would choose my wife, becuase I could have another kid, but I could never replace my wife.
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I haven't decided if I want children yet or not, but I'll answer anyway.
I could never see myself trying to find a man and get married only so I could have a child. I would do that because I enjoy the companionship that comes out of an adult relationship; the connection, love, support, trust. Someone I can build a life, share the experiences that life has to offer with, and (hopefully) grow old with.
If we had children, I don't think I'd love my children more than my husband. I view romantic love and parental love as different types of love---I would love my husband and my children equally, but in different ways. However, parental love comes with additional responsibility. A child relies on it's parents in a much more fundamental way than an adult relies on another adult in a romantic relationship. Typically adults in relationships do rely on each other in some ways, but a child NEEDS it's parents to care for it because it is unable to take care of itself until it is much older. Because of that, I think there's a stronger obligation to one's children than to one's husband.
"becuase I could have another kid, but I could never replace my wife."
Personally, I don't view any of my loved ones as replaceable. I have no idea how I would respond in that type of situation.5