One & [Happily] Done.

In case you’re someone who hasn’t asked me yet, I have zero plans to create any more human beings. The words, ‘Perfectly Content’ come to mind when I think about the three person operation I have going on.

We have a dad, a mom and our 8 year old.

Being pregnant wasn’t a negative experience & has nothing to do with the choice I’ve made. I loved being pregnant. Growing a person inside your body is kind of an amazing experience & I’d totally do it again…If I didn’t have to be thrown back into infant parenting.

quoteHave you ever gotten married, and then told people you weren’t trying to make a
baby? It’s interesting. Depending on the person, the emotions vary. You have the really disappointed grandparents, the new-parent-friends who want to make sure you’re sure it’s the right decision & then there are the people who just stare at you – confused.

Allow me to explain:

My child is currently basking in his independence and we all love it. Why would I want to disrupt that?

He’s old enough to appreciate awesome day trips [that he’ll remember] and he can play outside without supervision.  He helps out around the house AND he’s fun to be around.

I was young when I had my human & I will be young when he moves out. I didn’t plan it this way; I thought I’d have more than one, but before we knew it he was eight years old. Who wants to start all over again when you’re about half way done?!

Let’s talk about money; I do not swim in it. I want to provide my son with as much security and awesomeness as possible. Unlike a lot of my generation, I don’t agree with bringing more children into the world when we’re not financially prepared for it.

I made that mistake once while it all worked out, I learned from it.

Our entire dynamic would change if an infant was introduced to our family. I don’t even remember what it’s like to have a baby. I don’t remember what it’s like to have a toddler. Having legit conversations with my offspring… it’s what I’ve gotten used to.

One & [Happily] Done.

I’m kinda sick of pregnancy time lapse videos..

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I’m kinda sick of time lapse videos..(or really anything-of-the-sort) of growing pregnant bellies.

Yep. It’s cute.

Disclaimer: I know that none of the pictures in this post really represent the ACTUAL topic. I don't know, but...I hope you find them as ridiculous as I do. I found them Here.
Her Hair Looks Really Nice.
Super Cute. I Do Think Her Hair Looks Nice.

The first time-lapse video thing I saw, I watched a few times in a row; recommended it to friends even.

Then, there was this one…

So now I’ve seen it…repetitively…and it all looks like the same change of hair and shape over & over…& over.

Ding Dong.
Ding Dong.
Not Creepy At All...Not even a little.
Not at all weird or creepy.

I don’t like that I feel obligated to watch them every time they cruise past my social-media-of-choice newsfeed because…well, they’re obviously, delightful & pretty awesome human beings for doing something like that.

Reminder: The photos are only an added bonus - I am talking about the time lapse videos.

I’m not making fun of anyone who did it… wants to do it… plans to do it…or is in the process of doing it.

To be honest, I wish I would have done something of the sort.

…It wouldn’t have been the same though, I was way more house shaped while pregnant. Perhaps that’s why I’m just kinda over seeing all the annoyingly cute-skinny pregnant everyone else do it.

Ya know?