Missed Chapter 2? Read it here.
December 16th, 2008
I was shaking. I had no idea what to expect. I barely even knew what a c-section entailed. All I could think about was dying during my surgery. 😉
Missed Chapter 1? Read it here.
After my high school graduation, I had to re-think everything I had planned for my future. Would I still go to college? Would I continue working or try to find a better job? Would I be living with my parents forever? One thing I knew for certain is that I was going to be a teen mom of twins.
I’m so excited about these upcoming blog posts! Sadly, I started blogging after all my major milestones in life. I don’t have those special days truly documented anywhere. So, I thought I would create a new blog series called Throwback.
In this first chapter, I wanted to talk about something that many people don’t know about me.
When I was in high school, I almost had an abortion.
This last week has honestly been one of my worst in awhile. Today marks exactly seven days since my wisdom teeth were removed. Actually let me be more specific. Today marks seven days since I laid wide awake while someone was basically on top of me, using my body to brace himself, as he pulled at ONE of my teeth for an hour. I was waiting for my jaw to snap right off honestly. After two hours of that cruel sick shit, he told me that I should have probably been put to sleep because my roots were so jammed in there. He also didn’t even do my last tooth. COOL. I’m sorry but hell no. I would rather have 20 more c-sections then live through that again. Hello, little last wisdom tooth but me and you are bffs for life. Ride or die baby.
If you are a twin mama then you already know they are huge attention-getters just about anywhere you go. You would not believe how many people will stop you when they see those two car seats. It’s like we are a circus pulling up and everyone wants to see the shit show coming through. Cody and I always laugh after someone stops to chat because most likely we just answered all the same questions in the last aisle. I really try not to be rude because I know people are just curious, especially if they aren’t around twins a lot. Man oh man though, sometimes I just want to pin a poster board to the stroller with all the answers already on it. Here are my most commonly asked questions…