5.DO NOT choose a major that requires you to study child development/parenting philosophies... in other words anything that makes you consider parenting choices and become opinionated on how to raise children before it is time to actually start having said children.
4. STOP communicating with your friends/family members who have recently had or will be having babies. They will inevitably have baby showers which will force you to look at totally adorable baby items. THEN they will post adorable pictures of the cute little one doing absolutely nothing and being so stinking cute at it.
3. QUIT working with ridiculously cute kids that will constantly remind you how amazing kids are. You will feel a surge of pride with each new accomplishment, the first time they say your name (Insee is what I am commonly called), and then when they develop their own little personality!! You will just want to video tape it and brag about how great they are.
2. SUE the baby industry for making their items too cute. Tell me that mini versions of grown up things don't make you wish you could know the gender of your future children before you are even pregnant. (My practical side won't let me buy anything that isn't gender neutral). And if you have already gotten rid of those friends with/expecting babies you can avoid this department all together.
1. DON'T marry a man who is as ready to have children as you are. It would be helpful if I had a "voice of reason" instead of a "a baby would be great".