About me.... I'm a mom of 2 little boys 10 & 6 and one on the way. I was previously married for about 7 years to a man thats priorities involved everything, but the boys and I which resulted in many "Extra curricular activities" that to this day he is still struggling with (alcohol, drugs etc..). So just after my youngest son turned 2 yrs old I chose to become a single mom verses fighting for something that was not worth fighting for. Ironically I like my ex more now than I did when we got married lol
I was ok with the thought of being a single mom for the rest of my life. I have zero intentions of ever wanting to get married again, until 2 yrs ago when I met Joey. He is proof god gives us second chances in love. He's changed my view on everything. We dated for over two years before he finally popped the big question. It was in that same month that I had some "girly" issues and was told by my doctor that my chances of having anymore kids would be left up to a fertility doctor. Joey doesn't have any of his own, so I was sad he'd change his mind about being with me when I told him. Turned out he was the real deal and told me we'll work through it. So we planned a wedding date for April 2012, I bought my wedding dress sent invitations etc... and in Feb I found out I was pregnant?!? I as shocked, and also worried because we weren't married just yet, but when I told him and the look on his face- he was so excited. To this day he can't stop touching my belly and telling me to "Hurry up and give him his son!" lol= I'm now due Oct 15th 2012 with my 10% chance of ever having anymore kids. Its been a very eventful, but great year for me. I went from just my boys and I to soon becoming the only girl in a house full of boys.
Now if this baby will just hurry up all ready!
This is my favorite quote, and sadly it fits me to the T its from the book "Eat, Pray Love":
"I have a history of making decisions very quickly about men. I have always fallen in love fast and without measuring risks. I have a tendency not only to see the best in everyone, but to assume that everyone is emotionally capable of reaching his highest potential. I have fallen in love more times than I care to count with the highest potential of a man, rather than with the man himself, and I have hung on to the relationship for a long time (sometimes far too long) waiting for the man to ascend to his own greatness. Many times in romance I have been a victim of my own optimism."