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With my first I don't remember having any bad feelings about the pregnancy. I had bad feelings about the guy I was with, but I loved having my son. In fact I believed that is all I needed in life.
I am now married to a man I LOVE with all my heart, and pregnant with number 2, and I resent it. I didn't want another child, and the fact that it is a girl makes me even more uneasy. I know I have to deal with it, and be a good mom. I just can't push these feelings away though. I had a lot of trauma as a girl, grew up with dumb women all around me, and I just have a bad taste in my mouth about this. I am afraid to tell my husband anything.
I'm not feeling bad. I'm just feeling, well...shocked still. I was TTC while I was with my DH but now that we are divorcing it just was an accident. I'm slightly excited, but I'm more nervous than anything right now. I just got over wanting another child.
I feel amazing about my baby girl. I didnt always feel that way, only until recently. I am 17 years old and 20 weeks 3 days pregnant with my first child. My boyfriend and baby dad Aiden just turned 18 today. I love him and the baby girl inside me unconditionally. Im very excited overall but finishing school while pregnant will definitely be hard to deal with because of the rude comments people make about young pregnancy. Im due December 24th 2009 and I doubt I could ever have a better gift than a baby girl.
Michelle, congratulations. I know how hard it is to be a teen mommy. I was lucky enough not to be in highschool, though. Keep your head up and you heart where it is and you will be fine. Don't worry about other people, okay? And if you EVER need anyone to talk to PM me!!!!!!
I am excited about my little boy coming, but I had a lot of the same feelings/fears if it had been a girl. As though, because my childhood sucked so bad, I didn't feel like I would know what to do with a girl to make her's good, if that makes any sense.