I’m pregnant with my second child.
And that’s the most important thing in my life right now.
I have a family, I love my kids, I have an apartment, and I’m happy.
But I am also pregnant with a new baby, and one that is going to change my life.
I’m currently pregnant with baby #3, and he is about to turn 2 years old.
And while I’m grateful for the baby’s growing pains, the pregnancy is also bringing with it a lot of changes.
For one thing, I’m still dealing with the loss of my firstborn, who died shortly after birth.
I’ve also lost my baby brother, who was just a month old at the time.
But the biggest change, of course, is that I will no longer be pregnant.
That is, until my next pregnancy.
And I’m not even going to say when.
That’s because I’ve had a baby, too.
My last pregnancy was almost exactly one year ago.
But I still haven’t had a child.
My boyfriend of almost a year is pregnant, and when he comes back, I’ll have a child of my own.
My friends and family have a baby with the same name.
And as a woman, my body has been undergoing a drastic transformation since I was pregnant with #2.
I had an appendix removed and then had a gastric bypass surgery.
I lost the ability to use my hands.
And then a few weeks ago, I lost my breasts and my vagina, which I was unable to replace because of the surgery.
I lost the most recent pregnancy when I had a hysterectomy.
I didn’t realize that this would be the beginning of a transition.
But after two years of trying to get my body back to what it was, it’s no longer the same body that I used to have.
I haven’t been able to see a doctor since the hystorectomy, and since my last pregnancy, I’ve struggled with depression and anxiety.
Even though I know my body is back to its original, healthy state, I am still not ready to give up my body.
So I’m planning to start having my first child this fall, and while I’ve been able, I haven´t been able yet.
My body is still the same as it was when I was 18 months pregnant.
And despite my new baby’s growth, I still have a lot to deal with.
The most obvious change is that my body weight has increased from 140 pounds to 160 pounds, and my overall size has increased to an average of 7 feet.
But it’s also the case that my hips have shrunk from an average 10 inches to 6 inches.
I am now 5 feet 10 inches tall.
And in addition to all the changes, I also have a new, unexpected problem.
When I was in my early 20s, I had no trouble getting pregnant.
But when I got pregnant with the second baby, I couldn’t get pregnant.
I felt as if my uterus would burst.
I was so anxious that I was trying to find the best doctor I could find.
But once I got the okay from my gynecologist, I started having a baby shower.
And the most amazing thing is that after my baby shower, my hormones were in the right range.
I could conceive.
But now, I don’t have any energy.
I get a lot less sleep, and the baby is getting heavier.
I just don’t feel like I’m in the mood to get pregnant any more.
So it’s been hard for me to put this new baby to bed and have sex with him.
I also feel like the baby has a lot more energy than I did before.
But while my body can still get pregnant, my heart isn’t as strong.
I do worry that I won’t be able to have another child.
That might make me depressed and anxious.
But at the same time, it makes me more able to care for myself and my kids.
So while I have no idea when I will get another child, I can only imagine how long it will take to get through my pregnancy.
But for now, this is a good thing.