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post #191 of 4299 Old 04-07-2013, 03:23 PM
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I don't do makeup at all! Your lucky if I brush my hair before throwing it in a bun on the top of my head before grabbing coffee and heading out. Which makes it very weird that my oldest DD is completely crazy about hair and makeup. I am a jeans and t kinda girl too. Always have been . My mother in law will buy me nice shirts and say well this looks GIRLIE!! LMBO!!! So, yeah I wear it out to eat or something, now I do have church clothes most of which are pants. I love my pink camo ariat boots, that and my Nikes I wear to work at the hospital is the only close toe I own the rest are flops.
Also, if anyone wants to come visit me :) I would welcome it!!! HAHAHA Almost nobody want to make a trip to Kentucky!
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KyMoMo, if we ever go visit my brother and sister-in-law in Georgia (we're planning on it), we'll probably road trip it and I'd LOVE to come visit!! I have cousins in Missouri that we'd be stopping to visit, so a stop in Kentucky would be right on the way to GA. :-D
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Maple, as strange as it sounds...and I'm not Catholic...I think the nurse's reason is one why I'd never get fixed....I mean...what IF?! There was a lady many years ago in the newspaper...(I think it was a couple different ladies actually). NASTY Car accident, truck driver fell asleep, rammed their minivan. All kids died, like four of them....that couple was very happy to have a baby after that. I mean, imagine how that would feel, to be a parent for eleven, 12 odd years, then suddenly...it's all taken away from you. =/
I can see the point of view, and for some it may be the case but not for everybody. I love my kids but I would have contently got through life without. I loathe pregnancy and both kids were "whoopsies". At the risk of ruffling feathers; If I were to find out I was preg again I would likely do my best to get to the UK to have it taken care of... I know I prob sound like a right cow, but I'm just being honest. If my kids were taken away from me, I wouldn't be going out to have more, so I think it should be MY choice, not a hospitals.

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I don't do makeup at all! Your lucky if I brush my hair before throwing it in a bun on the top of my head before grabbing coffee and heading out. Which makes it very weird that my oldest DD is completely crazy about hair and makeup. I am a jeans and t kinda girl too. Always have been . My mother in law will buy me nice shirts and say well this looks GIRLIE!! LMBO!!! So, yeah I wear it out to eat or something, now I do have church clothes most of which are pants. I love my pink camo ariat boots, that and my Nikes I wear to work at the hospital is the only close toe I own the rest are flops.
Also, if anyone wants to come visit me :) I would welcome it!!! HAHAHA Almost nobody want to make a trip to Kentucky!
My DD is the same as yours! Makeup, clothes, complete meltdown if she can't find anything to wear... and she's only turning 6!!! I think my very girly in-laws have done their best to brainwash her.

So when are you all "road trippin" to Ireland?!?!? I'm feelin a bit left out here lol!

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Maple, if we can save up enough money, I would love to take my honeymoon in Ireland! I'm half Irish.

My son was an "Oops," but I had probably the easiest pregnancy ever, so I wasn't too concerned about it. I don't envy the women who have difficult pregnancies and don't blame them when they subsequently don't want to have more kids.
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post #196 of 4299 Old 04-07-2013, 04:12 PM
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LOL MAPLE!!!! BOTH MY KIDS WERE WHOOPSIE KIDS TOO! You can kinda tell...DD is 10 and DS is 3. ;) I was miserable both times I was pregnant...and I never could understand those women who love being pregnant and think it's great!!

On another note, I'd love to go to Ireland, there's just that pesky issue about needing a passport, as well as the $$ to fly over there and back ;)
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Well I'm gonna repeatedly boil the kettle in anticipation of SOMEBODY visiting me. Anytime you guys end up over this side of the ocean, my door is always open :)

Demon - I don't get it either!! I only had to deal with pregnancy for 4 months with DS and it was 4 months too long. The last month I kept trying to convince them to take him out, it didn't work though :)
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I'd love to come to Ireland. I'd have to sleep in the outdoors cause I'd be to broke to stay in a hotel though! LoL
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Oh I was a miserable, bitchy PITA through both my pregnancies. Sick as a dog the first half, (as in, some days I couldn't leave the bathroom floor for hours) utterly uncomfortable the second half. For the second one, I would literally cry driving over a speed bump in the last trimester because the weight of my second putting pressure on the c-section scar from the first was incredibly painful. I had cesarians with both of mine, so I am petrified to have another. Thank goodness for IUD's. Both of mine were planned, but it only took me a week to get pregnant both times, so I didn't really have time to second guess myself. My OB nicknamed me "Fertile Myrtle", lol. I love them both to pieces, but two is plenty for me, thanks. My oldest is a tomboy, but my youngest is all about the girlie - frills, skirts, makeup, jewelry.

I'd love to visit Ireland too. It looks so beautiful there. I love living in NC though, in spite of our rather bi-polar weather.
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Well I'm gonna repeatedly boil the kettle in anticipation of SOMEBODY visiting me. Anytime you guys end up over this side of the ocean, my door is always open :)

Demon - I don't get it either!! I only had to deal with pregnancy for 4 months with DS and it was 4 months too long. The last month I kept trying to convince them to take him out, it didn't work though :)


Actually, I am SO FLIPPING JEALOUS about the 4 month part!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! I found out I was pregnant only a few days after my period should have arrived, and it just lasted FOREVER. I wish to god if I get pregnant again that I can just NOT KNOW until I'm six months along, so it's OVER QUICKLY. We've technically been trying for the past few months, and I swear, now that we are TRYING the wigglers aren't wiggling. Beyond that though, every month I'm stuck between "****, I hope it's not *this* month", and hoping that we get "lucky".

They actually did an unplanned emergency C section with my son, and while it kind of sucked to be cut open unexpectedly, I have to say, the whole thing was just OVER a whole lot faster that way lol.

In all seriousness though, I do plan on someday visiting Ireland when I get the chance. It may have to wait, but I'll get there!
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