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Welcome to JM and congrats! I'm Jennifer, SAHM to Tyler (18m). He's a birth control baby as well. Everything you are feeling is normal. But yes it does take some time to get used to it. Pretty much by the time you get used to it, its time to have the baby. . I hope you enjoy it here.
conrats. i'm glad that you and your room mate are going to be together in this... well even if it's not together in a relationship sence. he's going to be ther for you.
i was also on b/c when i got pregnant. unlike you the words "get rid of it" were something i heard a lot. it's never something that i would have thought about anyways and not a day goes by that i'm not happy i chose to keep my baby. and that people that said this to me were my friends. i'm just glad that i have my boyfrined and family as support.
well, welcom to just mommies, hope to talk to you soon
Originally posted by CanuckGal@May 8 2005, 06:19 AM Well, I've now told my mom and sister and they are wondering why it isn't an option for me but of course, it's easy to have it as an option when you aren't in the situation yourself.
And things with the roomie continue to get better as he learns to deal more with how pregnant people behave. He got a crash course in hormones the other day when I cried for an hour because I couldn't put a nice ponytail in my hair. I don't know if I will ever hear the end of it.
lol... i know that feeling. i started crying once when i was watching tv and i couldn't find the remote control!!! i'm really happy that your room mate is being so supportive. it is hard for people to understand why you are doing things when they aren't in that situation, but i'm sure that once you have your baby your mom and sister will wonder how they could have ever thought that the choice you made wasn't a good one. i feel the same way you do about it!!! which is why i still have my baby growing and kicking inside me.
where in canada are you? i'm in canada too!!!
haha i didn't have to worry too much when i told my parents that i was pregnant. my sister came home at pregnant at 16 and was barely 17 when my nephew was born. i'm going to be 24 when my baby is born so it wasn't as hard on her. i think that there were things that i wanted to do and wished that i had finished before hand but this is the way its going to be it's not like it's never going to get done. it's just going to take alittle longer then planned.
that's cool that your sister is up in whistler. it's beautiful there. i'd go up there more often but it's a 3 hour drive and this winter i was pregnant so snow boarding was out this year. oh well. it's all just on hold!
Wow... Sounds like things are working out good for you!! Welcome to JM and I'm glad you found our little home on the net!! I hope you like it here! My name is Krystle and I'm pregnant w/ my first, a little birth control baby girl due August 10th. I guess when things are meant to be, they just happen no matter what you do. Anyways... Good luck w/ the pregnancy....
So what's going to happen with the roomie? Are you guys "involved" or no? It's good that he is there for you either way. You will probably need him!!! I know it's helpful for me because I have my SO and my mom around! I don't know what I would do w/o either of them! They're both wonderful when it comes to support.
Well, hope to get to know you better, and welcome to JM!