A Texas girl who's found herself living a crazy and chaotic Carolina life.
Monday, November 1, 2010
People are bugging me lately......
It really chaws me when people ask me if we're having a boy or a girl, and I tell them a girl. 98% of the time, we get, "Oh, another girl huh?" And they say it with that certain tone in their voice that says I'm sorry it's another girl. And usually they will follow up with, "Were you hoping for a boy?" No, we weren't hoping for a boy, we were hoping for healthy. Look people, while a boy would have been nice because it would have been a new experience, a girl is just as awesome, because we know what that entails, and I get to dress her in lots of pink and get her a tutu, and this way we don't have to deal with the difficulty of potty training a little boy, and having him pee all over the place! Just a little piece of advice, if we tell you we're having a girl, just say congratulations. The end.
I'm a transplanted Texan, currently living outside of Charlotte, NC, with my husband, Chad, who was brave enough to take on me and my crazy brood. I am mom to 4 beautiful girls, Jordan, Kayla, Kacie, and Gracyn. We are also grandparents to our first grandchild, Tristian. We have 2 dogs, a boxer named Luke, and bullmastiff named Layla, and 3 cats, . I have had the privilage of bringing 3 additional children into the world through gestational surrogacy(their bun, my oven), and am working on journey #4. I am thrilled that I have been able to play a part in something so wonderful. I'm also a nurse in high risk OB Yes, I know it's chaos, but oh well, this is my life, and I wouldn't change it for the world!