(Closed) Baby Crazy

posted 9 years ago in Babies
Post # 3
2702 posts
Sugar bee
  • Wedding: September 2010

i am totally there with you! maybe not as a hot of a fever ;P

we’re not even married yet and i just started law school at night on time of keeping my fulltime day job!

i guess it’s not fever, but i have baaaad moments! esp today when the sun was out and i drove by a local baseball game and a soccer game at separate times during the day with lil boys and girls running around with their parents cheering them on!

maybe you could do the normal things that we usually suggest… start a new workout regiment, plan for what you’ll do when you get out of school, something to keep you busy but also plans to make baby making time seem even more closer than it sometimes feels!

patience is a virtue, or so they say! 😛 good luck with fighting off the fever! hope you “get well soon!” at least until you finish ur program!

Post # 5
1145 posts
Bumble bee
  • Wedding: October 2000

I’ve been a teacher for over 10 years now. I saw one  student teacher not finish b/c she got pregnant.  I must say student teaching was one of the most challenging times in my life. I was exhausted and working super hard, getting used to full time vs. the freedom of college. Plus I didn’t get paid for it so I had extra duties as a live-in dog sitter. I  can’t imagine handling pregnancy and student teaching all at the same time. Hopefully you won’t have to work at the same time?!

Post # 6
2271 posts
Buzzing bee
  • Wedding: August 2009

Get a kitten. But DO NOT get one if you are going to get rid or him/her once a human kitten arrives. Seriously. babies are a ton of work – it’s not all coos and cuteness.

Post # 7
156 posts
Blushing bee
  • Wedding: July 2011

Oh, I’ve got the baby rabies bad, and I’m not married yet– but it’s KILLING me! It’s just driving me mad– I know I need to wait until we have finished school and have more money, etc, but still– I work with autistic kids and kids at the local homeless shelter, and I STILL want kids– all the crying, screaming, fighting, etc, and I can’t wait– I’ve read blogs about the horrible parts of pregnancy, talked to moms about all the needles, everything.


Luckily, for me it comes in waves– in a few days to a few weeks, I’ll be back to trying super hard to fit into my new bikini for a vacation coming up, and partying, etc.


But I’m there with you!

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