I’ve been asked the same question a lot lately. You know the “How has life been!?” I think we all know how that scenario goes, we typically respond with something along the lines of “Oh, I’m doing great!” or “Doing good! How about you?” as we shift the limelight elsewhere.
Initially I got the box and opened it up thinking that there was no way this thing would be big enough. I soon changed my mind!
Now, Iʼm not saying itʼs ok for queens to be in this situation and I am NOT bashing anyone or the program. Obviously, I knew the stakes. I signed the contract, but Iʼm just saying that I had stopped caring about what others would think and say because that did not matter anymore.
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Comfy and casual leggings that are a great dupe for maternity clothing.
Before knowing the gender, I didn't really feel all that up to shopping or planning because I was scared to get my hopes up. I knew that if I set my mind on one gender and it turned out to be the other, I would be upset.
Literally, ever since week 5, I have felt like I was hit by a bus (yes, just like Regina George) and then stuffed like a Thanksgiving turkey. Go ahead and add in nausea, heartburn, indigestion, and piercing headaches. And if you must ask, like everyone else... No, I have not thrown up. Although, I feel like I would feel a lot better if I did.