Ready for a baby? Quiz

Are you aiming to have a baby someday? Well, if the answer is yes then this quiz can assist you in figuring out whether you are ready for a baby or not. 

Time to complete

1 minute

Eligibility

To be eligible to fill this quiz, you must be 18 years of age or older. Be in a committed relationship. Be planning to conceive within the next 12 months.

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Questions for Ready for a baby? Quiz

1.

When you think about starting a family, how does that make you feel?

The answer should be a single choice:
  1. It's a long way off, so I don’t really think about it.
  2. Just the thought of it makes me feel very anxious.
  3. I have mixed feelings. Excited but scared at the same time.
  4. I have thought about it a lot and feel emotionally prepared for it.
2.

How do you think your life might change once you have a baby?

The answer should be a single choice:
  1. I'm hoping life will be pretty much the same.
  2. I worry that everything will be different and I’ll lose my independence.
  3. I'm hopeful that life will be better for us as a couple.
  4. I reckon it will be joyful, but also scary at times.
3.

How do you think your partner might change once you have a baby?

The answer should be a single choice:
  1. I don’t expect my partner to be that different really
  2. Probably quite stressed as my partner is already showing signs of tension at the thought of adjusting to starting a family.
  3. I think that my partner will step up and be supportive.
  4. My partner has already said that they really want to be hands-on and share the responsibilities of looking after a baby.
4.

If you found out that you or your partner were pregnant today, how do you imagine you will feel?

The answer should be a single choice:
  1. I really wouldn't want that right now.
  2. Quite scared and unprepared.
  3. Apprehensive but happy at the same time.
  4. It would very welcome news and I'd feel positive about it.
5.

What is your main reason for thinking about starting a family?

The answer should be a single choice:
  1. My family and friends expect me to, so I feel a pressure to do so.
  2. Having a baby will give me a new lease of life and make my relationship with my partner better.
  3. It is the next logical step in our relationship.
  4. My partner and I have always wanted to have a family together.
6.

If you had any doubts about starting a family, would you be able to share those doubts with your partner?

The answer should be a single choice:
  1. I don't tend to open up about things like that as we usually avoid tricky subjects.
  2. Whenever I express any doubts, we end up rowing a lot and nothing gets resolved.
  3. We both sometimes express doubts about it as it does feel like it would be a monumental change in both of our lives.
  4. We have been open and honest about any doubts which has helped us work through concerns constructively.
7.

As a couple have you discussed what roles you both wish to play in your child's life?

The answer should be a single choice:
  1. Not really. It's too soon to think about that. We'll see what happens after the baby is born.
  2. We have differing views about that and can't seem to agree.
  3. I hope that we will share the job of raising our child together.
  4. We are clear about who will do what and have discussed sharing the roles as equally as possible.
8.

Having a child can impact heavily on family finances. Have you as a couple discussed this?

The answer should be a single choice:
  1. We'll both have to carry on working as there's no way round that.
  2. Money is a source of tension in our relationship, but we realise we'll have to cut back on a lot of things.
  3. We have some savings which will help in the beginning.
  4. We have budgeted for this and have got a financial plan in place.

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Here are some FAQs and additional information
on
Ready for a baby? Quiz

How long does it take to get pregnant?

It can take anywhere from a few days to a few months to get pregnant. It all depends on when you ovulate and when you have sex.

How do I know if I'm ovulating?

There are a few signs that you may be ovulating, such as a change in your cervical mucus or an increase in your basal body temperature. You can also track your ovulation using an ovulation predictor kit.

How often should we have sex?

It is best to have sex every other day during your fertile window. This will give you the best chance of conceiving.

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