I miss when people couldn't tell if I was pregnant or not. I mean don't get me wrong, it's not that I'm ashamed or anything. I just get tired of every person I run into asking ''how far along are you? Boy or girl? When are you due?'' etc. I want to be able to meet someone new, and the first thing they ask ISN'T about my pregnancy.
I actually didn't get a chance to tell anyone but a rumor has started that um expecting which I am but I haven't told anyone it all started from this little women meeting my mom wanted me to go to and someone said they overheard me talking to my mom about midwifery which I was because I plan on going to college for it but they are telling people I need to find a midwife because I'm expecting so this lady pops up and says ohh I heard ur expecting in front of my mom and everything and we haven't told our parents yet by the way so I said no and my moms like no she isn't pregnant maybe in a few years but not now oh shed be in so much trouble so I'm loike great what a great way to start off being pregnant I'm telling ppl I'm not and my moms going to blow
I hate telling people too, or talking about being pregnant at all, especially with my mom...
I guess I am ashamed of myself and feel bad for my mom because she has to walk around with a pregnant daughter who always gets mistaken for being 12... I feel really ashamed too because of the fact I have nothing to offer this baby, only my mom does /:
Yeh I find it quite difficult to. Especially when you have today to someone I'm pregnant, no matter who it is I just find it a it awkward. Maybe because now my parents know I've had sex!!!
I still haven't told the majority of my family, am waiting until after my 20 week scan. Have been on placement so haven't been to uni and seen people for months and start back next week and not sure what to say.
Then everyone that does know its the same old questions, when are you due? Is it a boy or a girl - got asked this a lot when I was only 6 weeks!!!
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