Justin Bieber Is Totally Into Family Planning

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Justin Bieber wants to be a young dad
When it comes to family planning, Justin Bieber, 17, already has the roadmap to his future wife and kids all planned out. This kind of planning really isn't so typical of most 17-year-old boys. In fact, most 17-year-old boys can barely choose between a night playing video games with their buddies or trying to get lucky with a pretty cheerleader, let alone ponder a life with just one person, raising a brood.

Obviously, though, Justin is not all that typical. He does, however, seem to achieve everything he goes after, so if his "plan" comes together, then the family life is not too far off for the Biebs.

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Justin Bieber recently told Women's Wear Daily,

Well, by 25 or 26, I want to see myself, like, married or start looking for a family. I want to be a young dad. I want to be able to have done what I wanted to do -- to be successful, to do a movie or whatever. But if the time is right, I definitely want to be married by 25.

When I was a teenager myself, 25 seemed really far way and like a good age to plan to get married and start a family. However, by the time I reached my 20s, mid-20s felt way too soon for all that. I was just starting graduate school at 25, I hadn't even started a career yet, and I was living a whole lot of life experiences that I'm so glad I got to have before family life came along.

Of course, if you're a 17-year-old bazillionaire, living your dream, traveling all over the world, driving a Ferrari, dating a mega-rich celebrity hottie, and meeting all kinds of other famous people, then maybe your future goals become the smaller, more normal things. Maybe those are the things you want for. Frankly, at the rate he's going, Justin Bieber may very well have "had it all" by the time he hits his mid-20s.

In any case, Justin Bieber wants to be a "young dad." You got that, Selena Gomez? Are you in or are you out?

Do you think Justin Bieber will really settle down before 30?


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