Exactly! I know college isn't for everyone, and that's ok. But invest it. Buy a house. Start a business. TRAVEL!Celia wrote:Right? I wouldn’t give her access to the money if she was going to blow it like that. They weren’t, and aren’t, even established adults. I’d rather my kid put it towards a house if she didn’t want to continue school.leeiacoccapuffs wrote:If they had the money for IVF in the bank, why did they need GoFundMe donations?
And whomever set aside the college fund, Mom or Grandparents or both, I feel sorry for them. You work your ass off to try to start your kids off without debt from college in their adult life, and they instead start IVF treatments at age 20.
My daughter is going to college next year and we have $100k in an account for her. A collaboration of myself and my husband, and our parents have contributed since she was 2 months old. I'd be LIVID if in 18 months she came to us and said she was going to start IVF treatments. At age 20. I'd insist she instead use the money for therapy.
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Live your life before you settle down and have kids. And make sure you can support your child without the help of strangers from the internet.