(Closed) Can I admit this here ladies?

posted 11 years ago in Waiting
Post # 17
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937 posts
Busy bee
  • Wedding: September 2009

I’m there too. A few months ago my monthly visitor was waaaayyy late and I started freaking out. But when it showed up, I was surprisingly bummed. It’d be horrible timing right now but I still got the fever!

Post # 18
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87 posts
Worker bee
  • Wedding: June 2010

I know what you mean too, I’m so ready to get married and have babies. Went through that whole scare thing too a couple months ago, and was surprisingly disappointed when it was negative. I’ve never wanted someone else’s kid the way I want to make little Kelly’s. :o) But as for all of us everything will happen when the timing is right.

Post # 20
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2280 posts
Buzzing bee
  • Wedding: April 2011

Oh yeah. I know the feeling! I’m dying to get out of school and get married and move on with my life. Rationality is still stronger in the baby respect, but those biological drives are getting stronger and stronger and stronger. I burst into tears when I see wedding albums posted on FB…it’s just sad, haha. And in the past six months alone, my SO’s friends and coworkers all started to get pregnant, including his brother’s new wife, my sister, an ex-coworker, his best friend and his wife, two or three other couples from work….ugh! Frustration! It’s not like me to be jealous all the time, but my SO and I feel like we’re stuck in neutral while everyone else moves on with their lives. What makes it even suckier is that there’s an eight year age difference between us, so he’ll be well into his thirties when I’m ready to have kids.

Good things come to those who wait…right? Right?! I mean, that’s what I told myself when I got out of my last awful relationship, and as soon as I decided I was happy being single, The One shows up. That’s what I tell myself while I’m waiting for an e-ring too.

So. Flipping. Tired. Of. Waiting. GAH.

Post # 21
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2856 posts
Sugar bee
  • Wedding: September 2009

WOW, it is so interesting to see that a lot of us are really alike. My now hubby has had baby fever for a while now but I definitely wanted to wait until we were married and then it would be fair game.

I have to tell you how “right” it all feels after being married. It’s a strange feeling to know that it is OK to have sex (or make love) and definitely OK to have babies. It must be my Catholic upbringing that is creeping out, lol.

Anyway, we are both going through baby fever right now but we haven’t had the luck yet. We recently had a negative test and we were both disappointed. The only time we had a scare, I was so happy to that it came out negative. It just wasn’t the right time for me, for us.

In short, it is completely normal to feel the way you do. I wonder does any other newlywed have that “right” feeling once you became married?

Post # 22
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Sugar bee
  • Wedding: September 2009

PS: I have had the baby fever since our nephew was born a week before our wedding and even worse when I found out that my college ex and his wife had their first baby yesterday…. I want that to be me 🙂

 

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