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Ask Aled

I’m living in Nottingham with my boyfriend of almost four years – the love of my life, I might add. He’s 28 and I’m 42. We moved in together earlier this year and we’ve both managed to climb to the top of the ladder in our respective careers, so we’re pretty financially stable for the foreseeable. It’s with this in mind that I’m keen to extend our family and look at the possibility of kids. Problem is though that my boyfriend thinks we should wait a little while – I think he thinks he’s a little too young to be taking that step. My worry though is that by the time he’s ready, I’m going to be way, way too old to be a good father. Having kids is something I’ve wanted since I was in my 20s, and even if we managed to have one today, I’d be 60 by the time he or she turned 18. I guess I’m struggling a little with my own mortality here. If I leave it much longer am I even going to have that much left to offer? From SN

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