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There are three generations in my family my grandparents my parents and myself My grandparents have six children three girls and three boys None of my aunts and uncles died at childhood or adolescence All of them are well and living My grandparent was married before they had children All of the children were born in wedlock All of my aunts and uncles children are alive Two of my aunts have children that are born out of wedlock My uncle has a few children that are also born out of wedlock My parents have one child that is me My parent had me out of wedlock In my grandparents generation you had to get married if you were pregnant If you did not both families was disgrace especially the female family When this did occur and the both parents would meet to discuss what was the next step If the female family didnt want the girl to marry they would send her away to relative house to give birth Often time the child was put up for adoption and the girl would return to her family In other cases the couple would get married In my parents and my generation is so much different from my grandparents generation People are more accepting to the idea of having children out of wedlock It is so common in the society that we live in today In my family my grandmother had six children which was considered a lot of children They all survive the reason why my grandmother had so many children wasnt because of extra hands to work the farm My grandmother and grandfather were intimate and at the time there was no fear form of birth control The babies keep coming until my grandmother was eligible for an operation that would tie her fallopian tubes to stop her from having babies My parents only had one child They had me out of wedlock
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