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Tuesday, March 15, 2011

Growing up, peter pan had the right idea

I don't wanna, and you can't make me!
Well, official word is On April 11th my mom is scheduled in for a c-section. One more month of my crazy interrupted life before I get back to my general life of no ties:D Life is good. Baby is healthy and mom is doing just fine, uh, besides losing her mind on bed rest. What these last months have taught me is I am spoiled rotten. I always figured I was such an important role in the family... I don't do shit. And truthfully, I am lazy enough to like it. But it has also taught me how much my freaking parents do... I am so never having kids.
Had a fight with the new man in my life, and had wonderful make up sex after. Almost worth the fight. Back to the grind. Come on April 11!

5 comments:

  1. I debate about whether or not I'm ever going to have kids. I can relate to some parts of this post though. I was quite spoiled for quite awhile (probably to my detriment, somewhat, but you seem a bit more adjusted than me). I agree with the title though. I always tell myself "time to outgrow - - -(insert things from my youth I won't let go of - punk rock shows, impulsive patterns, etc)". Then again, I don't have kids. I'm not married. I can do these things and the pain( or fun or both) is usually my own. It's cool that you're there for your mom though. I think family's important even as tedious as it can seem sometimes.

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  2. I have people who say to other straight people "your not going to have kids that is very selfish" WTF. I think it is nice that these days MOST people accept that it is not a GIVEN in life that we have to have kids as part of life. Then again, same people probably think gay people who have kids are selfish too.

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  3. Ah Jamie. I could say something brilliant. But I won't because you already know what I would say. xo

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  4. :D Kids are good, but some are evil, you never know what your going to get!

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