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I know this will make me sound awful, but I would have never gone after Bodhi's father for child support. I wouldn't have spoken to him again. I know that if I hadn't talked to him when Bodhi was 2 months old, he would've just disappeared. Now Bodhi and I are both stuck with him until Bodhi is old enough to realize his father is terrible. :\
Ry, happily engaged to Zach.
Mom to Bodhi, Brigham, and Elliott.
Hmm I need more time to think lol. . .BUT I think that I would say I wouldn't have sold my car three years ago. . .then we wouldnt have the payment now lol I dunno thats the best I can do. Because my hubby and I have talked about it a milllllion times, everything that has happened brought us to each other.
Like Fluga, I try to live with no regrets. I am in a really good place right now so it is easy to say it was all worth it because I have so much now, DH, DD, great quality of life overall. There were plenty of questionable decisions and things that could have gone easier for me if I had done it differently, people I hurt unintentionally, risky behavior, years of not properly attending to my emotional and physical health, but I learned from it all and in the end I am who I am now, and where I am now, and I wouldn't want to change that. I say leave the past in the past and work on the present and future without dwelling on anything too much, just take the lesson from it and go forward.
I also try to live with no regrets, I really do, but there are just a few things that I look back on and I am like WHYYYYY!!!
Because you did the best that you could with the information that you had at the time.
I could spend time and energy regretting having let a very unsupportive midwife break my waters when I was in labor giving me the worst possible birthing experience for me. If I had been assertive and told her no things would have gone better, I'm sure of it. Realistically though at the time I thought she knew something and I was in no position to stand up for myself. Instead of regretting that decision I am angry that it is routine to treat women in labor so badly. It's a matter of perspective I think.
(not saying that this kind of thinking applies to everybody's regrets though)
Hvor er toalettet? Skal vi danse? Gratulerer med fødselsdagen Luftputefartøyet mitt er fullt av ål Ett språk er aldri nok