Sunday, July 26, 2009

Kim Kardashian will "just adopt",,20293859,00.html#

I would love more than anything to go back to the days where I felt like that and really believed it! I knew it would be just fine if I couldn't have kids because I would just adopt also. Obviously, I'm not fine and this has been heartbreaking. I recall the day that my OB told me it would probably take us about 4 months to get pregnant, so I got off of birth control pills 4 months before our wedding and was thrilled when babycenter. com calculated that I would be ovulating on our honeymoon.

Oh, the lessons I've learned since then . . .


  1. Ugh. I read that too. The problems with being addicted to I guess. :)

  2. lol I love People and Star. I call it "brain candy" - no nutritional value whatsoever but oh so much fun to take in! :)

  3. I'm terrible about and Perez Hilton. It's so bad, but so fun!!

  4. I was one of those people who thought if I couldn't get pregnant it wouldn't be a big deal because I was planning on adopting.

    After an OB appointment on why I wasn't getting my period I was told I wouldn't be able to have children and I really felt "okay" with that prognosis.

    Two weeks later I found I was pregnant. I have to say, I was shocked and happy, of course.

    We started the adoption process almost immediately after my son was born.

    Of course no one really knows how they will react until it happens to you...but there really are people who just know their children will be coming to them through adoption.

    I feel blessed to be given the gift of my son and be able to get to know such an incredible human being....but I just felt compelled to say from my own experience- some people really don't feel the need to have biological children. It definitely does not make them any better or worse than someone that desires to have their family through birth...but it is definitely a relevant option and to a lot of people a primary choice.

    This wasn't meant to be a lecture- I just felt compelled to write too represent all the adoptive mamas out there too. I completely get what you were trying to say, and I am so glad your journey to your family ended with your precious babies.


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