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How soon can me and my husband start having a family in the military? (I’m the one enlisting)?

Author : Mrsjvb

Submitted : 2018-02-22 16:11:40    Popularity:     

Tags: start  husband  family  enlisting  military  

I’m 19, female, and I’ll be going into the Marine Corps basic training very soon. My husband wants to start have a child again (misscarried the first time), but with me in the military I wouldn’t know when we could start a family. I really want to start a

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Better not do it the first year. You will be busy training and getting into the swing of things. You most likely will have to live off base so he needs to get a job.

Physcially.....you can start anytime you like.

but ya know, getting pregnant immediately after joining, is not the best career path plan. How about adjusting to your new life first............which will be challenging enough........and seeing how the marriage goes those first few years. ---before dragging kids into it.

Practcally speaking, as soon as you are done with MOS training you can begin with your plan. Be ready for an enormous amount of hostility and disapproval from your peer Marines as you will be seen as “not pulling your weight” with a pregancy at the early part of your career. . But the laws and regulations are on your side as long as you maintain a valid child care plan.

Then you should have stayed civilian. It should not be on the radar until you have been at your first command at least a year and are in a nondeployable billet

Honestly you should wait several years until you are more financially stable and you have better orders. Your first ones could be unaccompanied overseas for all you know. Plus the government/command would not be exactly happy they just spent all this money training you in an area and now you have to leave because you are pregnant after a few months.

Give it at least a year. You need to get use to your life as it will be now.
You have made a commit to the military at the moment.
Also waiting a few years will be better for you and the baby physically.



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