Saturday, April 9

A little more sharing...

Well, I've already posted today, but there are a few more things I'd like to share. My second reason for my new found blogging interest is debuting and keeping up to date my potential pregnancy. Yes, we've already talked about the brand new dog and the waiting till I'm 35, but it is just not enough. I promise to make this part of my blog short and sweet because it isn't the laughs that I promised you. We had a miscarriage in October 2009. It was very heartbreaking and it is a feeling that never goes away. However, after all of this time we have come to the decision to try again. We will see what happens, but we are praying for our little bundle of joy to grace our presence soon. This is our first month TTC (trying to conceive). So we still have awhile till we figure anything out, but I'm hoping that my readers will become somewhat of a support system through this whole thing because God knows I'm gonna need it. While once again I have my loving fiance sometimes I need a different kind of support from some understanding women. Now I do have some close girlfriends, but let's not forget I'm only nineteen and my close friends aren't exactly on the same page as I am in life. (See short and sweet like I said, now on to the lighter side of things.) I honestly don't like to throw my age out into the open too much due to hypocracy and judgement. However, as a little promise to myself, I am devouring this blog with truth and honesty. I figure hey if you don't like what I have to say then noone is forcing you to read it. I am young, but that doesn't make me any less likely to succeed in my engagement, quest to motherhood, or any other part of my life.


  1. Oh, my gosh. Are you me? :-) I could have written parts of this post 3 1/2 years ago, I swear. I was 19, engaged, in college, and pregnant a few short years ago and I can totally relate! I am so excited to have stumbled across your blog. I just want to let you know, however, that you're really lucky to have the time to plan ahead with your pregnancy (I didn't--our little girl was a surprise) and make sure you have all your ducks in a row. Young women can pull this life off just as well as older women, but we need to prove it by carefully planning everything. I wish you the best of luck in all this and I plan on continuing to read!

  2. P.S. I have a blog, too, if you are interested: