isnt this whats her name that deleted her blog?
^ yeah… that’s me. I didn’t delete I made a new blog
okay haha i didnt know if this was you or that other girl. you know who im talking about? the one who talked about circumcision and being a vegan all the time?
Lol yeah my stalker.
Natural Birth / HomeBirth. I am so inspired by this. My fiance and I will be taking The Bradley Method classes for our childs birth. :]
I just want to know.
I can’t help but hope.
It start in my hip joints and now it’s gone down to my thighs and knees and almost in my calves too. Just very achey, as if I’ve gone up and down steps a lot in a day, not as much as working out.
Very interesting considering that’s something I can click on countdowntopregnany.com… :)
FINGERS CROSSED PEOPLE!
First of all, the night of 6(-8)dpo/the beginning of 7(-9)dpo, i had a sharp pinch on my lower left side, followed by duller pinches for about another hour or so, thus going into my 7(-9)dpo. I’m not sure which of the three days I ovulated, however I’m leaning more towards the 26th or 27th rather than the 25th. Anyways, now today is September 4th and I’ve definitely felt a bit off today. EXTREME fatigue, I’m about to take a nap right now and slept til about noon, which is pretty rare for me. I’m quite congested however I do live in the mountains and it could just be allergies.
Earlier I felt as if I was DYING from hunger and we went to Taco Bell (something that always always always agrees with or settles my stomach… weird i know), and I could barely eat my third taco, and afterwards I was quite nauseous and I’m still uncomfortably full. I’ve also had a dull headache all day.
All you mommas, soon-to-be mommas, and TTCers… did yall have any pinching during implantation? what about symptoms a couple days after you think implantation occurred? I’d love to get to know all of you as I embark on this journey!
of course, my cycle could’ve been whacky and the twinges i was feeling the other night COULD’VE been a late ovulation. i wouldn’t put it past my ovaries, they don’t get the meaning of haste. if that’s the case however we bd’d the night before so that’s a good thing :)
I hate girls who fake pregnancies.
It’s like they don’t have feelings. Why do I say that?
Because pregnancy (no matter how it happened or the circumstances) is a very emotional time and it changes a women whether or not it is her first child or not.
There’s also women who are ready to have children with their significant others, but as much as they try and try, they can’t concieve. And knowing an aunt like that, it’s emotionally draining. It’s a hole in her heart that can never be filled.
Some women lose their babies, also another event that can never be forgotten or replaced and its something that stays with the woman for the rest of her life.
Then you have these inconsiderate girls or whatever is wrong with them, faking pregnancy like its no big deal, like its just another day at work.
It literally makes my stomach and blood boil with anger and nausea. And then when they’re caught, it seems like the only thing they can say is ‘Sorry’ or ‘My bad’ and then just go on about their lives.
I know that most people are gonna just scroll by and if you do, oh well. I just needed to get this out there and hopefully the women who know what I’m talking about will agree or something.
And if there’s any fake pregnancy blogs out there, think about what you’re doing. I know it won’t make you suddenly realize what you’re doing, but maybe you’ll look in the mirror and ask yourself why you’re lying to every one, including yourself.
Interviewer: Why is that?
Woman: Why is that? I'm a STRONG woman.
you haven’t even missed your period yet.
I’ve talked about my hair. We all know I love my boyfriend.
Know what else I love? babies. I want babies. I want a baby now. I have the mother of all baby fevers that anyone has ever had ever. I constantly wait around and see if I start my period. I am constantly hyper aware of any twinges, cramps, anything to do with my cycle: not just my period, my cycle. I try and keep track of when I’m fertile, when I’m not.
Don’t get me wrong, I NEVER EVER EVER do anything to help promote a pregnancy happening. We practice birth control, however sometimes it’s flawed because we are not perfect human beings.
Last night, we had sex for the first time in almost 4 weeks. We’re not having any problems, things have just been going on in our life that have prevented us from getting it on more often. Needless to say, he didn’t last that long. In fact, it happened so fast I didn’t even know he finished until afterwards and he wasn’t… well. Ready for action. I looked down and was like, Why?! He said, I came! Inside me. No birth control used.
I honestly didn’t think he wouldn’t have pulled out. He always does. And honestly, he didn’t seem that worried. Not that he didn’t know the possibility of what could happen, just that he wasn’t fretting over it, as if he wouldn’t be that upset if it did happen.
So I guess we shall see what happens in the next couple of weeks and if my monthly visitor comes or not. Of course I’m hoping she won’t. I’m always hoping she won’t. But like I said, we do practice birth control, and the mature, responsible side of me wants it to happen once we’re married and completely financially stable and all that.
But I know that if it does happen sooner rather than later, it wouldn’t be a bad thing. It wouldn’t be a mistake. It would be unplanned, but a blessing nevertheless.
And this is what I mean by posting things I wouldn’t want most of my friends to see. But who cares… this is my Tumblr. I’ll talk about what I want to talk about, and if I feel like I have a reason to be concerned if my Shark Week will be coming or not, then dammit, I’m gonna talk about it!
I may have tweaked this a bit for my main blog. By “we practice birth control”, I mean sometimes he pulls out, and if he doesn’t it’s not really a huge deal either. To be honest, he’s made a few comments (back in the beginning of our relationship) that was very anti baby. Now? He talks about “when he has a son” or “his son” or something along those lines. Hes thinking about it too. It’s an unspoken mutual agreement between us that it won’t be a bad thing if it happens. We’ll be happy either way, but he knows my love for children. He talks about it all the time.
It’s as if he wants me to think about procreation more than I already do ;)
“People my age getting married—What the hell is wrong with you? What ever happened to waiting? You have school to finish and your whole life to find the one. I think all of you are stupid.”
Gee whiz. They at least usually include some kind of qualifier like MOST of you are…