• @hetieshou I think my issue with older parents having kids (esp if they're Asian), is that I don't think their intentions are pure. those that deliberately choose to have kids at an older age, in my opinion, are doing it for impure motives and aren't considering the child's welfare from the start. will the child have optimal life from middle aged parents? who will take care of their kids when they become decrepit (if the kids are still young?). do they have a backup plan for themselves when their kids are grown? sure, some older parents take very good care of themselves and can still be relatively active maybe 20-30 years into their kids' lives, but what about after? then of course they expect their kids to take care of them. most Asian parents do. It's the return on investment that they get, without pausing to think of the implications of their actions on their kids' lives. Or in the case of Christy, she's doing it to keep a man and solidify the relationship between them. It's not because she loves children and wants the best for them.
  • @hetieshou yes that’s right as long they’re happy that’s all matter. I didn’t notice she’s got a health problem so that’s why she couldn’t have any kid? What about Irene Wan? I never knew her son is adopted but I did knew Angie Cheung did adopt a son too. So how come Irene adopt a son? Same problem as Adia? Health issue? I know she still looks really good as for her age.
  • @littlefish Yup FBB got lucky to still too early but let’s see.
  • @cutie777 No with having kids in her case, it was not age but her health problems. She told him from the beginning that she couldn’t have kids due to her health which is a big issue besides age. Age is a factor but not the only one. My aunt had my cousin at 46 and she was her last kid and my cousin is fine. My aunt is still alive and well to this day too.Her case is unusual but it proves that it is possible to have healthy children at on older age but Yes is more risky. I agree that a man wants biological children that bad but yet choose a way older woman as a wife is so contradictory. They should consider that if they want a biological child that badly. In this case, Adia’s husband did not mind and they did think of adopting which was what Irene Wan did. But they are loving regardless. I had an argument with others on here regarding this issue. Age is a factor when having kids but not the only one. I agree that you do not necessarily need to have kids in order to be happy. Adoption is a good option if you cannot have your own. Being happy and blissful is important too. Having kids is not necessarily what makes you happy.
  • @hetieshou well I guess as long they’re happy without having a kid or they might go adopt who knows. You see that’s the problem don’t know why mens are into an older woman if he’s thinking wants to have a kid with them but at the end the woman couldn’t have a kid because of their age? Same problem with Christy Chung I heard she’s trying for another baby? At her age 48? If her husband wants a children that bad I think he should have found someone who’s a little younger than her or even a few years older than him? Sometimes not sure what mens are thinking if they want a kid that bad.
  • @cutie777 I originally heard 11 or even 12 years but now 9. But the main point is she is a lot older and can’t have kids and he still loves her unconditionally. She is a very lucky person to find such a good husband. Hope she treats him right.
  • @m0m0 For one thing Kai Ko is a lot younger and probably has had different experiences in life so I do not feel it is fair to compare them. Hopefully when Kai Ko grows up more and has had more experiences, his views of life will change for the better.
  • He is still young so his criteria will definitely change as he grows up. If it does not then he may have a psychological problem. I have known many guys like him that got married to plump and meaty women with decent or good personalities. Those guys realized that looks are not everything and personality and other things are more important.
  • @hetieshou lol, you need to calm down DUDE. You views are obviously personally biased on this subject so Im not going to even bother.
  • @wm2017 What is that supposed to mean? Sorry but I am offended by your comment. First of all, my point is yes age is a factor but if you still want to have kids later on in life, you can. It is of course way more risky but not impossible. I was just using cases I know personally as examples and you all shoot it down like once you hit 40 then it is the end of the road. My late parents were traditional but never once forced me to have kids early or anything. They always encouraged me to not get discouraged about it even if I am a bit older. But hey having kids is not everything as I have seen many these days have them just to have them and devote no time to them and form no bonds at all. What is the point of having kids then?
  • @megamiaow Dude, I have said that I agree that age is one of the factors BUT is not the only one! You do not seem to get that.... I did NOT say that just because anyone wants anything that they will get it and be ok. It depends on their luck and it does not apply to having kids only! Do not accuse me of saying anything I did not say.
  • @hetieshou No I think its you that dont get it. Age is a huge factor. All you keep doing is using the odd successful examples and ignoring the ones where they are not. And its all scientific, the body grows older. Genetic complications develop. Its really irresponsible to just say if you want it enough everything will be ok.
  • @hetieshou problem is etta is incapable of looking after herself. she needs therapy.
  • @hetieshou it also sounds like etta keeps coming back b/c her and this girl can't get by themselves. remember how they ran off for a while?
  • @hetieshou My dad is a lot older than my mom, and even as a kid, I constantly worried over his health and his age. Even if Christy lives a long life, what is the quality of life that she has? What about the quality of life her kids have? At least the older ones, they can chip in time and energy to take care of their mom, but the youngest? She doesn't even have the chance to live her life before she has to take care of her older parent. Yes, if there's money, then the parents can be easily taken care of. But most Asian kids don't want to resort to that, as it's considered unfilial. There's no two ways about it; having kids at an old age is a selfish move. Whether financially, physically or emotionally, the kids get the short end of the stick when they're born to much older parents.
  • @megamiaow Well obviously, but once again my main point is age is not the only factor. Get it? I have never heard of those numbers and not sure how accurate they are and will vary depending on each individual. I am positive most if not all women know that having kids later is higher risk but if they want it enough, they can still have healthy kids later. My former friend’s mom had her at 47 and she is fine. But another big factor that many refuse to acknowledge is luck! I remember Jimmyszeto saying one thing that I will never forget, having kids is not a meet all end all. He is so right!
  • @hetieshou Good figure until 100 years old... Do you mean stay slim?
  • @hetieshou Yes but the cases that it is fine do not mitigate the high risks thay still exists. I.e compared to a young woman in her 20s and early 30s, women in 40s have much more complications. At 25 the risk of downs is 1 in 1350, at 40 it is 1 in 85. Thats massive. Of course the choice is always up to the individual, but there should still be a general caution and education of for this, especially as most women are having babies later and later in life these days. Im in 30s and do take heed of this.
  • I am tired of hearing about them but Elaine should just let Etta go so she can mature. Sometimes just like in this case, tough love is best.
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