I never thought that I wanted to be a parent.  I always told my mother I wasn’t planning on having kids.  So when I became pregnant at 30, I denied at first, telling others that there’s no way I could be.  But by the time I took the store-bought pregnancy test and had my first doctor’s exam, it suddenly became a reality to me:  I was going to be someone’s mother.

I enjoyed my pregnancy a lot, and the main reason was no monthly menstrual cycle to deal with.  I didn’t have any kind of morning sickness; although I did get the flu while I was pregnant, and I haven’t really had the flu since.  I enjoyed being pregnant up until it was time to give birth.  But once they gave me the epidural, the birth wasn’t too bad.

What I didn’t like about being pregnant was everyone dictating to me what I could and couldn’t do.  I was a courtesy clerk for a grocery chain in Phoenix, Arizona, which meant that I had to push in shopping carts when it was my turn.  I had several people disapprove of me pushing in carts because they all believed it would hurt the baby.  I even spoke to my doctor about and he said that pushing in shopping carts was no problem as long as I didn’t overdo it.  But no amount of influencing convinced these people that it was okay to push in a few shopping carts.  In the end, I listened to the advice of my doctor.


Hello world!

Welcome to my blog! This is where I will post my fanfiction from Soap Operas and more. If you like Days of Our Lives, General Hospital, The Young and the Restless, The Bold and the Beautiful, plus prime time TV shows like Buffy the Vampire Slayer, Supernatural, 2 Broke Girls and more, and would like to see new twists that aren’t the current storylines but come from my creation of the shows characters, then tune in here to read and interact.