Babies on the Brain...Discussion topic...
Posted 07 November 2007 - 01:37 PM
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Posted 07 November 2007 - 01:46 PM
| Originally Posted by carlymcmullen |
It made total sense, Ann. I didn't know you guys were trying now, how exciting! I am sure it won't take long with the pregnancy vibes that go around on this forum!
| Originally Posted by Mrs.B 2008 |
Ann it makes sense to me! and i 2nd what Carly said - there is a special BDW powder that seems to be sprinking around ;-)
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Posted 07 November 2007 - 02:00 PM
That's a long way of saying that you need to know yourself and what you can handle and want in your life. Don't let others try to tell you when you're ready. I think you know.
(And don't drink the bdw forum kool-aid, I think pregnancy is contagious around here!)
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Posted 07 November 2007 - 02:19 PM
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Posted 07 November 2007 - 02:36 PM
I don't think its abnormal to not want kids now, or ever. For me, I have always known I would be a mom (some way-it never really mattered if I had them naturally) but I have always been a very motherly person. My best friend is older than me and she has always said I mother her.
I chose my career so I could be a mother and I think that is all normal as well.
Posted 07 November 2007 - 05:00 PM
like ann, i always knew i wanted to have kids but of course i never really wanted to start trying for years. once i met steve i started to get the itch but one morning the baby bug hit us both hard and i started obsessing on it. it was like a switch was turned on.
when i finally got pregnant i was so excited...the closer i got to the due date, the more i started freaking out though...steve and i have a very great life...he plays in his band and i would sometimes go on tour with him...we would eat out wherever/whenever we wanted, could afford to travel when we wanted...we were at this really comfortable place in our lives so the thought of a baby coming along and disrupting that was a little scary. i started to lament not going out to dinners, seeing friends, going to shows, etc.
then when baby came along it was like survival mode for the first 2 weeks...we were like, what did we do! we are f*cked! no sleep, no rationalizing with baby, etc.
then jack hit 2 weeks and things got so much easier...everyday it is a joy to wake up to him...i dont even get annoyed at waking up at 4 am (like this morning) and staying up until 6am. steve and i are just so happy. it really is this amazing love affair..these feelings you never imagined having. i hate to sound like a cheeseball but it is the best thing i have ever done and i could not be happier. we still go out to dinners but not as often and not at the drop of a dime like before...it takes a little more effort.
and for the record i have 2 cats that i love...they were my babies...everyone called me the crazy cat lady because i was obsessed...well the love for jack is sooo much more...not that i love my kitties any less but it is so different.
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Posted 07 November 2007 - 05:03 PM
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