The Legacy of The Riftwalkersthis will be my first journal entry outlining the lore and premis to a long standing project i have been contemplating on for a long time called "Advant of the Riftwalkers"
a mass-cross over fanfiction project that primarily takes place in a Plane called Aethyria,a world that exists between,and is tied to all other fictional worlds in existance. and is the Home of the Riftwalkers,an order consisting of various fictional characters throught this multiverse that work in secret to preserve and maintain the Balance of all the realms.
here is a few simple Q and As for important aspects of the setting of my story
:::WHAT IS A RIFTWALKER?:::
a riftwalker is a character that has "gained the spark",the spark is what allows a character to to travel to Aethyria and to other fictional planes...in addition the Spark instilles the abiltiy to leanr and adapt to the various places they visit and even uptain traits and supernatural powers from them...
for instance,if creature from the Monster Hunter ga
You have to be over 25. There’s no way around that. It’s generally not a good idea to start a family (biological or adoptive) on part-time income, especially if you‘re very young. Families can scrape by, but it’s not something you want to do intentionally, and no agency will allow that. The only way an agency would allow for part timers to adopt would be if The hourly wage was somehow extremely high. I’m not saying you should never adopt! I’m thrilled that you want to. I’m just saying that it’s wise to wait at this point, which is what agencies will tell you as well. I’m sorry that’s not the answer you were looking for.
It sounds like you’re both still very young and in a strained relationship, as well as not yet in a great financial situation. It would be best to wait, and adoption agencies will tell you the same thing. I’m not trying to be mean or judgmental or imply that you can never adopt, but I would definitely wait. You’re still very young, so there’s no rush. It’s completely fine to wait. There’s nothing wrong with waiting.
You also need to figure out the whole sex thing, because according to your other comments, you’re not even married by your interpretation of God’s commands. That will put a huge strain that a child really should not be thrown into. You guys need to figure out if you believe that two people can be married by God’s standards and not have sex. (You posted this publicly, so I’m assuming you don’t want to keep it private.)