I’m in the middle of my fifth and final year of my first pregnancy.
It’s been a wild ride and I’m still learning about my body.
In my mid-twenties, I was the luckiest woman alive, a beautiful, energetic woman with a passion for sports, music and traveling.
I was also a very fortunate person.
I got to be in a position where I could afford to travel and get to a destination where I didn’t have to worry about paying the $500 to rent a car or pay for a babysitter.
I’ve had some wonderful experiences with my family.
I have had wonderful kids and I have enjoyed every moment with them.
But it’s been bittersweet.
I’ve learned so much about myself.
I feel like I have learned so little about myself since I was pregnant.
My body has grown and changed.
I am still learning, and that means learning how to balance my body and my life.
I know it’s hard to do.
But if I want to continue growing as a woman, I have to work harder than ever.
I’m not the only one struggling.
There are so many women who have been hurt by pregnancy, and it’s especially hard to navigate through that process with a baby.
I am pregnant with my second child.
I wanted a baby boy.
My husband, Joe, has been a very supportive and caring father.
But I know that we’ve made mistakes.
We have been careless, reckless, reckless with our finances.
I also know that my body has changed.
My skin is more pink, my breasts are bigger, my nipples are bigger.
I can now wear dresses and makeup.
And I know I am getting taller.
But when I look in the mirror, I am always thinking about the baby and what I can change.
I don’t have the answers to those questions.
I need to work on my self-acceptance.
I want my body to change for the better.
I haven’t felt this way for so long, and I want it to change with me.
I’m pregnant with our second child and have been working to make sure everything’s going smoothly with our family.
Joe has worked hard to raise money for a great care package for my family, and he has a great plan.
We are all excited for the arrival of our son, Joshua.
Joe and I are getting married this summer, and the wedding is just around the corner.
I think the day after our wedding we will celebrate with our friends and family.
We want to spend some quality time together and celebrate our son’s arrival.
I really do feel that this is the best time for us to have a family.
Our friends and our family are going to be amazing.
I will make the best of it.
We are all looking forward to celebrating our son in the coming weeks, but I also want to be a mom.
We will be a family of three.
Joe is a father, and we are going through some serious financial struggles, but we are hopeful we will have some stability in the meantime.
We know we are all doing our best for our children and our families.
Our daughter, Emma, is going to start kindergarten this fall, and she is going through a lot of learning and learning and testing her learning and understanding.
We hope she gets the most out of her life so far.
I hope that our son Joshua, who has always been so excited about learning, will be doing just as well as Emma.
Our son, Caleb, is the most exciting kid in the world.
We’re really excited for him to grow up and to be involved in life.
We’ve talked about it a lot.
I would love for him and his friends to grow into men who love being a dad, and love to take care of the people in their lives, and to make a difference in the lives of others.
We have a lot to be thankful for.
I love being pregnant, and being a mom, and raising our family and helping people.
And all the time, I want the best for my body, for my friends and my family and myself.
My biggest fear is pregnancy.
I just hope my body will be able to grow through all this pain.