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January 28th, 2013, 03:04 PM
pamela.burke611 pamela.burke611 is offline
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Originally Posted by zombiemommy View Post
Oh, I miss everything. Don't get me wrong, I couldn't imagine my life now without dd, but i fondly day dream over pre-mommy days and sometimes cry over their absence. I was a goer and a doer. I was out EVERY NIGHT, going to concerts, going to dinner with friends, do art classes, doing volunteer work in the community. I was busy everyday doing everything in the world. and I'm a naturally selfish creature.
I got preggo with dd while on depo, and I pretty much cried my entire pregnancy because I wasn't ready for children. I didn't want to even think about children until I was 29 or 30 or something.
Now here I am, going to give birth to number two less than a month after my 26th birthday.
I love mommy-hood. But I do miss pre-mommy days, some days more than others.
I had my daughter on 4/30/2009 when I was 21 about to be 22 years old. I had to take a break from university and basically my "friends" disappeared little by little. I was in a sorority and was VERY social and out and about doing things every night carefree. I miss it too, but just like you mommyhood is so so special to me and I would not trade it for the world. I also thought I would not have kids until later and, for me, not until I had a solid career and was married.

I am still with my boyfriend who is my babies father and I did finish university (looking to go back for a third degree after this one) but yes now on number two and just like you it all happened so opposite of what I thought. But again, I wouldn't ever trade it for anything... and I turn 26 June 11 and my baby is due June 21. I thought we had a lot of similarities
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