A woman has sparked a debate after sharing a “bizarre” and “unbelievable” list of rules and terms her future partner should follow.
23-year-old Jenny Darling of London, UK, has come up with a series of non-negotiable pregnancy terms that the father of her child should adhere to make it worth it for her to undergo a series of physical and mental challenges.
The young lady, who works as a content creator, went on to say that she doesn’t really want children and that she doesn’t want to “sacrifice” the changes that come with pregnancy unless she is paid a $300,000 annual allowance for a “mommy makeover.”
Among other terms she had set is also a prenuptial agreement and a “babymoon” abroad. She would also like a personal trainer and therapy after giving birth.
Surprisingly, Jenny’s list of demands doesn’t end there. The 23-year-old would also like the father of her potential child to hire a support companion as well as a housekeeper who would be replaced by a cleaner six months postpartum.
“Motherhood is priceless. You can’t put a number on what is worth sacrificing,” the young woman said.
“Creating a human life takes a lot of sacrifice. I’d never put my body through that for free. I’m not built to suffer.”
She continued: “Kids are expensive. I wouldn’t want to bring a child into this world to suffer. I would have kids on the terms it’s a good motherhood experience for me.”
Jenny doubled down on saying she didn’t really want to become a mother in the first place and that falling pregnant comes at a huge price for her potential partner.
“I would need to be married before I would even have a child – mainly because of my religion and protection for the baby. I want a prenup to cover anything that would impact my life – infidelity and things like that,” she added.
As for her bizarre list of terms, she explained: “I’d need a $300k annual allowance. For therapy sessions, a PT, all of things you’d need to live.
“I don’t know how women do cooking, cleaning and working as a mum. I commend that but it’s not going to be me.
“I’d want a housekeeper for six months. Replaced by a weekly cleaner. Clean space is a clean mind.
“I would have a doula – just so I can sleep. I’d want them every night until after six months.”
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