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And first let me say that I am so glad I don't have anymore trips to my OBs office for a LONG time! I had just barely been to my 6 week appt after Isabella when I got pregnant with Isaac! I feel like it's been my second home for almost the last two years!
First thing she asked was "So, given your track record, are you pregnant yet!" That's not even something to joke about! I got my Minipill RX.....but I am sure not trusting it!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Im sorry, I am NOT one to say much about peoples choices in contraception or pregnancies. But I really hope you do not get pregnant too soon. Three kids under the age of 1?!?!?! Ohh my! You are super mommy! Plus it would seem like it would be really hard on your body!
Its so weird that some of us are having our 6 week checkups!!!
No Way!!! I am not going to get pregnant again! Been there and done that. This pregnancy was hard enough! The PTL and bedrest almost killed me! I was going to have a tubal, but decided against it because I am so young. Now that I have custody of my niece, and it doesn't appear she's going anywhere anytime soon (not that I want her to) but now I wish I would have had the tubal!!!!!!
I know that some people take longer to grow up than others, and she had been in communication with us. You would think that after she found out her mother was diagnosed with cancer she would have made some attempt, even if it wasn't coming home.
My stepmom is doing as well as can be expected. She went in for surgery last week and expected to only have that part removed. After they began they realized it was worse and actually had to do a complete mastectomy (removing the entire breast) on that side. She was in the hospital a few days, but is now home and recovering well. It was a long and difficult surgery. They also removed some of the lymph nodes. I guess they are now waiting for additional test results.
Please keep her in your prayers. Her and my dad have only been married a year, but I feel as if she is my own mother. She's done a lot for me in the last year.