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      03-26-2014, 02:50 PM   #89
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my wife was 123lbs when she gave birth to my daughter.

4 months later she was back down to size 1 and 98lbs....

bitches see her walking around in yoga pants with the kids and they GET MAD BRUH !!!!


let me find some pictures of my wife at 8 months pregnant - she ain't even look pregnant from the back.....

she shopped for maternity clothes in the juniors department at Kohl's......

bitches were mad tho......
haha thats awesome! I think I have only 3 pairs of maternity skinny jeans and all the rest of my clothes are my pre pregnancy ones. I can still wear just about all of my shirts and dresses. Its great
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Life doesn't stop because you have kids. I know plenty of friends who continue to have very active lives, they just bring their kids along. Obviously you can't ski down an alpine slope with baby in hand, but who's to say you can't still enjoy things and get out?

I think people that give up life and live in their holes at home just because they had kids wind up with more family issues than those who continue to be active and just bring the kids along. It exposes the kids to the world, which is sorely needed in this society we live in today...
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Dont tell me that!!!!! You have no idea how paranoid I am about that lol but if it does happen,.... thats what lasers are for
wife has one single stretch mark on her belly - and it's not even "stretchy"...

it's a small circular "splotch" abbot half the size of a sunflower seed....

she got stung by a mosquito, got a welt and started rubbing it with her thumb.

well, that welt made a splotch that resembles the tiniest imperfection next to her belly button HAHAHA !!!!

8 months pregnant - @ 119lbs....




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I think many of those things would provide a sense of accomplishment if I did well AND the kid gets a good shuffle of genes.

I only see my parents a once or twice per year- they live far away. They were the same with their parents at my age. I generally spend holidays with friends, so I'd continue to do that when I'm old. Women generally outlive men Ÿ˜

It'd be nice to have my child take care of me when I'm old, but one must also consider the burden on their lives- it should be a gift rather than an expectation. I think it's both selfish and foolish to expect your child to be your retirement plan

My grandpa is 82 and still traveling the world...skydiving, etc and as a consequence he enriches everyone's lives. People don't feel obligated to talk to him- they seek him out. That's the lifestyle I plan to live at that age
It is absolutely not a burden!! Before my Grandma passed away the ENTIRE family took a leave of absence from work, her sisters from out of state flew in, my Mom and both my Aunts, all of the grand children were by her side every single day and night the last month she was alive. We waited on her hand and foot and I would absolutely do that for my Mother when she becomes old and ill and needs me. I will not allow her to go to a nursing home where strangers take care of her.
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haha thats awesome! I think I have only 3 pairs of maternity skinny jeans and all the rest of my clothes are my pre pregnancy ones. I can still wear just about all of my shirts and dresses. Its great
would you believe me if I told you she 8 months pregnant in this shot ???

the band aid was from the doctor when she got her RH incompatibility shot due to our daughter having a different blood type than her: http://www.nlm.nih.gov/medlineplus/e...cle/001600.htm

if you need that, you'll get it @ 28 weeks....called Rhogam......


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Because -- assuming you have the proper attitude and mindset -- having (and parenting) kids is the most rewarding thing you'll ever do, bar none. Notice I said that you have to have the proper attitude and mindset, meaning you have to unequivocally want to have children and are willing to put in the commitment to raising them. You also have to prepare yourself for -- God forbid -- the possibility that your child might be handicapped (or become handicapped) and that you'll have to be his/her primary caregiver for the rest of your life.

Also notice that I said "rewarding". Parenting is not fun. It's not cheap. It's hard. There'll be blood, sweat and tears, and mental and physical reserves called upon that you never thought you had. And if you mess up, the downside risk could be catastrophic (think serial killer or Hitler). But in the moments when you've done it right, there is probably no greater joy (I'd say even more joy than doing a sub-8:00 at the 'Ring) than watching your kids grow up. And that joy is lifelong (whereas doing your fun activities will probably make you happy, what, a couple days, maybe a week, at most?).
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Because -- assuming you have the proper attitude and mindset -- having (and parenting) kids is the most rewarding thing you'll ever do, bar none. Notice I said that you have to have the proper attitude and mindset, meaning you have to unequivocally want to have children and are willing to put in the commitment to raising them. You also have to prepare yourself for -- God forbid -- the possibility that your child might be handicapped (or become handicapped) and that you'll have to be his/her primary caregiver for the rest of your life.

Also notice that I said "rewarding". Parenting is not fun. It's not cheap. It's hard. There'll be blood, sweat and tears, and mental and physical reserves called upon that you never thought you had. And if you mess up, the downside risk could be catastrophic (think serial killer or Hitler). But in the moments when you've done it right, there is probably no greater joy (I'd say even more joy than doing a sub-8:00 at the 'Ring) than watching your kids grow up. And that joy is lifelong (whereas doing your fun activities will probably make you happy, what, a couple days, maybe a week, at most?).
yeah, super rewarding when my son and I teamed up on Lego Marvel Superheroes to unlock Deadpool HAHAHA !!!

been crushing that game for about 9 weeks straight......

watching my daughter write "fuck mommy" on a post it note after mommy didn't go downstairs to make her a chocolate milk......

fun fun fun.......
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Because -- assuming you have the proper attitude and mindset -- having (and parenting) kids is the most rewarding thing you'll ever do, bar none. Notice I said that you have to have the proper attitude and mindset, meaning you have to unequivocally want to have children and are willing to put in the commitment to raising them. You also have to prepare yourself for -- God forbid -- the possibility that your child might be handicapped (or become handicapped) and that you'll have to be his/her primary caregiver for the rest of your life.

Also notice that I said "rewarding". Parenting is not fun. It's not cheap. It's hard. There'll be blood, sweat and tears, and mental and physical reserves called upon that you never thought you had. And if you mess up, the downside risk could be catastrophic (think serial killer or Hitler). But in the moments when you've done it right, there is probably no greater joy (I'd say even more joy than doing a sub-8:00 at the 'Ring) than watching your kids grow up. And that joy is lifelong (whereas doing your fun activities will probably make you happy, what, a couple days, maybe a week, at most?).
Another thing that sucks is when good kids who respected their parents grow up and have bad kids who don't respect them.
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yeah, super rewarding when my son and I teamed up on Lego Marvel Superheroes to unlock Deadpool HAHAHA !!!

been crushing that game for about 9 weeks straight......

watching my daughter write "fuck mommy" on a post it note after mommy didn't go downstairs to make her a chocolate milk......


fun fun fun.......
time to whip out those Mexican canes to do some wooping
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yeah, super rewarding when my son and I teamed up on Lego Marvel Superheroes to unlock Deadpool HAHAHA !!!

been crushing that game for about 9 weeks straight......

watching my daughter write "fuck mommy" on a post it note after mommy didn't go downstairs to make her a chocolate milk......

fun fun fun.......
I'm waiting for my 2-yr-old son to get older so I can break out the Xbox. Right now, he watches me (with a disapproving eye from the missus) play FPS games on the PC, and then he runs around shooting with whatever pretend gun he can imagine (Pew, pew!). I hope I'm not raising a serial killer ...

My 5-year-old daughter hasn't shown much interest in gaming, so I may have to start a little slower with Disney games or something. She's into arts & crafts, and likes showering me with cards that say "I love you, Daddy". But when I ground her, she'll make a card that says, "I don't love my Daddy". Good times ....
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wife has one single stretch mark on her belly - and it's not even "stretchy"...

it's a small circular "splotch" abbot half the size of a sunflower seed....

she got stung by a mosquito, got a welt and started rubbing it with her thumb.

well, that welt made a splotch that resembles the tiniest imperfection next to her belly button HAHAHA !!!!

8 months pregnant - @ 119lbs....




She looks great!!!!

I'm only at 6 months but even so Im having a hard time just TRYING to pack on extra baby weight. Dr told me I had to gain 16 more pounds between now and July. Im like "theres no way. I eat two bites and Im full" lol

These photos are all from yesterday and up to two weeks ago. Still rocking stilettos and all my pre pregnancy clothes.
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yeah, super rewarding when my son and I teamed up on Lego Marvel Superheroes to unlock Deadpool HAHAHA !!!

been crushing that game for about 9 weeks straight......

watching my daughter write "fuck mommy" on a post it note after mommy didn't go downstairs to make her a chocolate milk......

fun fun fun.......
i disagree, I hate it when my son pwned me on COD. It seems like he's using a cheat code to make his guy move faster than mine We don't even play video games anymore . I just can't take it .
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would you believe me if I told you she 8 months pregnant in this shot ???

the band aid was from the doctor when she got her RH incompatibility shot due to our daughter having a different blood type than her: http://www.nlm.nih.gov/medlineplus/e...cle/001600.htm

if you need that, you'll get it @ 28 weeks....called Rhogam......


When did she find out she needed that? Was it before she was 28 weeks? They took my blood at 13 weeks and again at 17 weeks and never told me about having to possibly get a shot in my ass. They just told me my blood type and that was it basically. Now you have me wanting to call my dr and ask about it.

Great ass though!!!!
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Congrats Sara504 i wish you the best.
Real Knee gers like me dont care about stretch marks. As long as she looks good... she looks good.
Oh god not my bf. He is all about image. Im only allowed to gain 10 lbs this pregnancy. Guess I hit my limit already. Do this do that, make your hair blonder, get your eyebrows lifted. Wear this not that. You better not get stretch marks. You need to tan more. Knock some sense into him for me!
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Oh god not my bf. He is all about image. Im only allowed to gain 10 lbs this pregnancy. Guess I hit my limit already. Do this do that, make your hair blonder, get your eyebrows lifted. Wear this not that. You better not get stretch marks. You need to tan more. Knock some sense into him for me!
Sounds like a real stand up guy...

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some women like that though...
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I'm waiting for my 2-yr-old son to get older so I can break out the Xbox. Right now, he watches me (with a disapproving eye from the missus) play FPS games on the PC, and then he runs around shooting with whatever pretend gun he can imagine (Pew, pew!). I hope I'm not raising a serial killer ...

My 5-year-old daughter hasn't shown much interest in gaming, so I may have to start a little slower with Disney games or something. She's into arts & crafts, and likes showering me with cards that say "I love you, Daddy". But when I ground her, she'll make a card that says, "I don't love my Daddy". Good times ....
arts and crafts you say !?!?

this was my daughter last night turning the kitchen into her own personal work station.......

glue, scraps, scissors, shit everywhere......




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When did she find out she needed that? Was it before she was 28 weeks? They took my blood at 13 weeks and again at 17 weeks and never told me about having to possibly get a shot in my ass. They just told me my blood type and that was it basically. Now you have me wanting to call my dr and ask about it.

Great ass though!!!!
not sure when she found out, but since she's O Negative, she had to get the shot so she wouldn't contaminate our daughter during birth or some shit like that...

doesn't hurt to ask the doctor though - the shot is called Rhogam...

here's some information for you: http://www.pregnancycorner.com/being...on/rhogam.html

"...Typically, being Rh negative is not a health concern until pregnancy occurs or a blood transfusion is needed. Rh incompatibility is a mismatch between the blood of the mother and the blood of the fetus and occurs when the mother is Rh negative and the fetus is Rh positive. In most cases, complications are rare since this condition is usually diagnosed early on and treated with a blood product called RhoGAM. When Rh negative blood is exposed to Rh positive blood, the Rh negative blood responds by producing antibodies that attack and destroy the Rh positive blood cells. This can lead to problems such as anemia, kidney failure, or shock. Rh immunoglobulin prevents your immune system from attacking your baby’s blood..."
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skinny pregnant bitches are too cute !!!!!!

you're definitely on your way to earning that MILF status.....
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my wife is 3 months preggo about 110 lbs.
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