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        04-07-2013, 03:23 PM
      #191
    Yearling
    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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        04-07-2013, 03:30 PM
      #192
    Trained
    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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        04-07-2013, 03:49 PM
      #193
    Yearling
    Good deal!
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        04-07-2013, 04:09 PM
      #194
    Yearling
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    Originally Posted by demonwolfmoon    
    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!
         
        04-07-2013, 04:12 PM
      #195
    Trained
    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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        04-07-2013, 04:12 PM
      #196
    Yearling
    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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        04-07-2013, 04:23 PM
      #197
    Yearling
    Well I'm going to 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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        04-07-2013, 04:38 PM
      #198
    Yearling
    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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        04-07-2013, 07:24 PM
      #199
    Green Broke
    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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        04-07-2013, 07:29 PM
      #200
    Yearling
    Quote:
    Originally Posted by Maple    
    Well I'm going to 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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