Two under 25, really?!
So this other day I was busy bathing my daughter and she was busy kicking my stomach and just being a kid who’s enjoying being bathed by mommy because that only happens twice a week since I’m working during the week and I was just thinking to myself how am I expecting a child while there’s a tiny toddler right in front of me? I know what you probably thinking, she’s crazy! At first I thought I must be crazy as well because who in their right mind has two kids under 3 and is not married? Turns out the answer to that is ME! Yes! You read right, I did again, lol well Daddy Q and I did it again, we are PREGNANT 😀
Now before you go crazy on me, NO this one was not planned at all. I really thought I’d be preparing to have my second child when baby Q was at least two years old because I don’t want a huge gap between my kids but never ever in my life did I imagine this and when I found out I thought, God must be really crazy because it’s honestly way too soon for this and I’m not prepared for it in anyway. How am I expected to raise a toddler and an infant all at once?
Not only was I left thinking about how I’m going to manage this, I was also left thinking, how am I going to deal with all the negative comments I am going to be getting, not that I care what people think that much because at the end of the day they will not assist in raising any of these children but I mean I am a pastor’s daughter so people are always left feeling entitled to say something about your life and how it should be going. As you may have read on my previous post people always find or think they are entitled to know about your life and be part of the decision making in a lot of things, which is one of the reasons I decided to keep my pregnancy quiet for so long. I wanted to enjoy every stage of the journey peacefully without any unnecessary input from people and I would have probably kept it quiet longer thanks to the current lockdown had it not been for some work requirements that will lead me to having to expose myself sooner than I had planned.
Now we all know though and I’ve been blabbing non stop, I’d just like to remind you that St the end of the day I am human and no matter how you may feel about my pregnancy, it is at the end of the day my pregnancy and responsibility and I would like that we respect that. I can’t wait to share the journey with you though.
Do you know of anyone who has Irish twins? Did they ever talk about how difficult it really is? I’d love to hear your opinion 😊.