Adopting a pet can teach a couple about some aspects of their relationship, but probably is a poor litmus test for whether they are ready to have children together.
Adopting a pet can teach a couple about some aspects of their relationship, but probably is a poor litmus test for whether they are ready to have children together. Eugenio Marongiu Fotolia/TNS
Adopting a pet can teach a couple about some aspects of their relationship, but probably is a poor litmus test for whether they are ready to have children together. Eugenio Marongiu Fotolia/TNS

Pets before kids? Couples seek clues in how well they’ll ‘co-parent’

April 15, 2015 12:11 PM

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