Believe it or not – before I had my daughter – I was quite content in the thought of being the cool aunt that travelled to far off lands and came back with cool souvenirs and clothes from distant lands. I was diagnosed with PCOS and a tilted ovary when I was 18 years old and pretty much decided that I wouldn’t kill myself at the thought of not having much of a chance to have children. I would not live my life trying to get pregnant. If it happened it happened … and if it didn’t and I did want kids, I would adopt a couple of 4 or 5 year olds.
This morning I woke up feeling grateful because Little Me actually slept in her own bed last night – she’s at that age where she climbs in my bed at night – or in some cases, never leaves and I fall asleep first. I stretched out and as we all do at this day and age – grabbed my cell phone and started scrolling through my social media and Mother’s day text messages. Continue reading
So let’s discuss pre-existing conditions, shall we?
I usually do not get into these big discussions regarding politics. I usually let people say what they will and then click my “unfollow” button accordingly.
This is different.
I may not be the easiest person to kick it with these days. I am a little overwhelmed and with the set up of some new projects (coming soon to a blog near you) I have been really, really busy. I am okay with it. The most exciting thing I have going on is my kid.