Cupid's Pulse Article: Celebrity News: ‘Bachelorette’ Alum Shawn Booth Opens Up About Having Kids with Kaitlyn BristoweCupid's Pulse Article: Celebrity News: ‘Bachelorette’ Alum Shawn Booth Opens Up About Having Kids with Kaitlyn Bristowe

By Marissa Donovan

Shawn Booth and Kaitlyn Bristowe already have goals for their future children. According to UsMagazine.comBooth wants his children to be as active as possible and to not be hooked to technology. The Bachelorette alum also added that he wouldn’t be opposed if their children wanted to be on Reality TV. The couple has not released celebrity baby news, but we can already predict how awesome they will be as parents!

This celebrity news has us hoping that Shawn Booth and Kaitlyn Bristowe will get married and have kids soon! What are some ways to deal with the pressure from family and friends to get married and have children?

Cupid’s Advice:

Couples who are happy and have been together for years are often pressured to take the next step in their relationship. Whether that means getting married or having kids, here are some ways to deal with the burden of people stressing over the next step in your relationship:

1. Openly express what you and your partner think: When a question pops up about marriage or children, just let you and your partner be honest with the person. Make sure you and your partner first discuss the idea before spitting out the first thing that comes to your mind!

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2. Highlight new accomplishments: Instead of letting people focus on the next big moment in your relationship, give attention to new accomplishments. Highlight work promotions and new skills that you and your partner have recently achieved. This allow the person to understand that you both have other life events to focus on.

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3. Ask about their experiences: Divert the attention off of your relationship by asking the person about their experience with marriage or having children. The person will most likely share their experiences, even if they were bad. This will make the person feel like they are giving you insight and post pone the focus on your relationship. If the person is not married or have children, just simply ask about their current lifestyles and see what they can share.

What do you think is next for Kaitlyn Bristowe and Shawn Booth? Let us know in the comments!