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I still have an inny but it slowly making its way out. Being pregnant is so weird sometimes.

Apr 27, 2012 - 10:21 pm
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One of the idiosyncrasies of being pregnant.  Enjoy the pregnancy, NT.  I kind of liked having sex with my wife during her pregnancy.  No worries of having a child.  I felt like a dude shooting blanks.

Apr 27, 2012 - 10:39 pm
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One of the idiosyncrasies of being pregnant.  Enjoy the pregnancy, NT.  I kind of liked having sex with my wife during her pregnancy.  No worries of having a child.  I felt like a dude shooting blanks.


@JJ:

Ha ha  yeah once ya pregnant no worries about getting that way.  

Apr 27, 2012 - 10:43 pm
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I still have an inny but it slowly making its way out. Being pregnant is so weird sometimes.


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That just means baby's done.  

Apr 27, 2012 - 10:52 pm
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Things only get weirder the more pregnant you get. Totally worth it though.

Apr 28, 2012 - 10:32 am
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"more pregnant"?

I know what you meant.

Apr 28, 2012 - 10:34 am
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Vaginal discharge is no fun and gross.
Weirder- great.

Apr 28, 2012 - 11:09 am
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Lmfao!! No, I guess it's not any fun. I'd blocked that part of my pregnancy out mentally, lol.

Apr 28, 2012 - 11:33 am
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I think the brain purposely blocks the bad about pregnancy after giving birth. The body wants you to keep producing kids. I am sure that is why my OB/Gyn keeps trying to talk me out of a tubal ligation. Since babies are here bread and butter. No way I am doing the pregnancy thing again. Maybe if I was younger but I don't want to have kids in my 40's.

Apr 29, 2012 - 07:37 pm
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I don't blame you!! DH was talking just today about having another baby. He's delusional. My baby making days are done. 1 little girl & a big kid (DH) are enough for me. I got a 10 year IUD & after those 10 years are up, I want to have my tubes cut & burned.

Apr 29, 2012 - 07:42 pm
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I don't blame you!! DH was talking just today about having another baby. He's delusional. My baby making days are done. 1 little girl & a big kid (DH) are enough for me. I got a 10 year IUD & after those 10 years are up, I want to have my tubes cut & burned.


@Heathur: Maybe y'all could adopt?



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Nope. I don't want any more kids & I think he was saying it just to mess with me. I only want one child for financial reasons. I want to be able to provide her with whatever she needs growing up, be in any extracurriculars she wants, great Christmas', buy her a car, braces, send her to any college, pay for her wedding, etc. while still saving for DH & mine's retirement. I know not all of those things matter in life but being able to provide them are important to me & I don't know if I could do all of that for more than 1. Plus she's a really special kid & I don't think I could ever love another child as much as I love my monkey.

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@Heathur I tottally agree and feel the same way.

Apr 29, 2012 - 07:59 pm
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I want to be able to provide her with whatever she needs growing up, be in any extracurriculars she wants, great Christmas', buy her a car, braces, send her to any college, pay for her wedding, etc. while still saving for DH


@Heathur:

Great, another spoiled brat



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I want to be able to provide her with whatever she needs growing up, be in any extracurriculars she wants, great Christmas', buy her a car, braces, send her to any college, pay for her wedding, etc. while still saving for DH


@Heathur:

Great, another spoiled brat




@FoFa:


Definitely not true. Growing up we lived paycheck to paycheck, until I was about 10 & my father had worked his way up to making 6 figures at his job & my mom worked her way to making pretty dang close it as well. They've both been at their companies for over 20 years & both started at the bottom to work their way up. So I remember dollar store Christmases & my sister's hand me downs while living in Aldine, but then I also remember building their dream house in Atascocita, being able to buy whatever clothes & shoes I wanted, cruises & family vacations to Mexico, extravagant Christmases, & the look on my face when my dad surprised me with the perfect car. Growing up, I wanted for nothing. My Christmases whether big or small were always fulfilling & my car allowed me to start working at 16. I feel like I pretty much had an ideal childhood. What's important to me though was always having my parents there for me, knowing I could go to them for anything (& I don't mean financially), etc. I was raised not to judge others, appreciate everything, feel entitled to NOTHING, & give to others (we volunteered on Christmas eve's at George R. Brown to serve the less fortunate & made things like soap for seniors at nursing homes.) I plan on doing the same for her. We have been buying & saving toys this year to take to kids at the terminal ward of Texas children's this Christmas & we bake things for the seniors at my grandmothers senior apartment complex that don't have family near them. Well provide for does NOT necessarily mean brat if they're raised right.

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