DH's friends 18 year old pregnant girlfriend smoked weed! ARGHHH
So my DH is more anxious for the baby than I am. I really want to be pregnant, but he has wanted a baby since we started dating at 18. Anyways, his low life friend knocked his girlfriend of two months up and he is hearing all the details of the pregnancy everytime they go out and subtly reminding me how much he wants to be a dad. Ugh, I hate his friend though because he told him that his girlfriend who is only 18 and a high school dropout has smoked weed early in the pregnancy and keeps breaking up with him. Our belief is that she got pregnant on purpose because the guy (my fiancees friend) family has a lot of money and lives in the same wealthy neighborhood as my fiancee so she thinks she has a path to money now since she doesnt want to work etc. Ugh I hate how unfair this baby making is.
*Sorry, just needed to rant. getting pregnant after one month and then smoking week during pregnancy isn't fair considering I've never done drugs and can't have a baby. and am way older.
Yeah these kind of stories really suck. You hear all the time of people not wanting children/ smoking and drinking too much, doing drugs etc. The list goes on and on. If everything inside of your body is working at a good level we'd all be pregnant, I don't think the what you do to your body makes a huge difference if everything inside work right. Otherwise why would these idiots get pregnant!!!
Exactly cooch, that is why I am always skeptical of the naturopath ways to getting pregnant that I hear about. It is far more complex than that and may, to an extent, harm the infertility cause as people think easy fixes like eating different will correct the problem.
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