If you've ever been in a relationship with someone and thought of potentially building a family with them, you and your partner may have had multiple discussions on the matter to see if having kids would be a right fit for the both of you.
However, sometimes people change their minds (which is completely okay!). So we want to know the exact moment when you and your partner realized that you changed your mind and no longer wanted to have kids.
Maybe you realized you and your partner were no longer parental material when you both visited your family and your older sister and brother-in-law confessed how drained they felt after taking care of their young children (even though they wouldn't change a thing about having kids).
Or perhaps you and your partner have an incredibly hard time with mental health, which made you both realize that you didn't want to take care of children when you want to take care of yourself instead.
Finally, maybe you and your partner were in the process of planning, when something stopped you and your partner in your tracks to having kids.
Also, when you did realize that you and your partner no longer wanted to have kids with your partner, how did that conversation go? Did you approach your partner or the other way around? How do you and your partner feel now?
If any of this resonates with you, please share your story with us in the comment below or via this Google form here. Select responses might be featured in a future BuzzFeed Community post.