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Growing up I remember watching a tv program called "Eight Is Enough" A widowed man who was raising eight children by himself. Although I am not a widower, or a man, we have officially entered into the 8 is enough category. Yes, I am with child. I am about 5 weeks pregnant now, don't really have a due date yet, because there was a question as to how far along I was.

Who in their right minds would have eight children? Well, obviously I'm not in my right mind. This child wasn't planned, we haven't even told everyone yet because I just don't want to hear their snide comments or remarks about, you know how you got that way and how to stop it or are you Mormons or Catholics? Well, I'm not Mormon or Catholic. I do believe in birth control. But I am also Pro-Life. So that's my stand on my situation.

So here I am, this is where I'm at.

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Comment by Stephanie on July 22, 2008 at 10:56am
Trust me, it will all be fine........In ten years from now, you aren't going to dwell on this pregnancy - just your family of 8! Hope you have a wonderful experience and able to enjoy all the kids! I just remember how tired I was in the first trimester of my pregnancies! Keep us posted on how you are doing!

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