“I can’t lie. I had a reallllly hard time during pregnancy watching my weight tick up and up and up nonstop…”
When you’re in a healthy, loving relationship with the man of your dreams and you get pregnant accidentally, you still have reproductive rights. I chose to exercise mine.
What if my kid never finds true love? What if they feel perpetually misunderstood? What if I’m the one who just can’t understand them?
Farting in bed (and during sex) is pretty much inevitable.
“What if my baby’s ugly? Seriously? I DON’T WANT AN UGLY BABY!!”
The ease with which you can guilt your significant other into on-demand massages.
My 35th birthday looms ahead, taunting me with the promise of missed opportunities and lifelong regrets if I don’t spread my legs and invite some sperm in stat.
Real women, real fears.
1. “Twilight.” The fact that Bella and Edward are the Romeo and Juliet of a generation actively destroys my will to live.
A 20-year-old woman has only a six per cent chance of remaining childless, while a 40-year-old’s chance of never having children is 64 per cent.