🖤 Three is the magic number 🖤
The pressures society puts on everyone can really play on the minds of some. We were together 9 years before we had JP. In that time we were asked many, many times “are you going to have children?” The response from someone with something to hide is always “oh no, not yet! We are way too selfish for kids” this is just not to embarrass the person that’s asked, I never turned around and said, “I’d love kids but I’m not sure if it’s a possibility for us and even if it is, it comes with a huge risk to me”
Now we have Jude, I’m asked constantly “are you having any more?” “Two is a nice number” “J needs to be a big brother” “Time for another one!” - well my response should be it’s more important for Jude to have a mummy! But again I pass this off with “oh, Jude’s more than enough to handle at the moment”
Do I want more? Of course! I’d love Jude to have a sibling to play with, did I spent last weekend crying to Chris that I feel guilty that we can’t extend our family at the moment, possibly ever - Yes
But in reality I’m so happy and so lucky that we have 1 son that I feel annoyed at myself that I have a tinge of pain when I think I might not be pregnant again.
If you’re happy, then that’s enough. And for us three is our lucky and our magic number 👪
🙈 whilst in Ubud, Bali. I visited the monkey forest sanctuary. Most of the monkey are within the sanctuary but they do not stay there. Walking around Ubud I constantly saw them walking, they literally owned the place. There were rules that you had to follow. All in all it was a nice place to see monkey wondering around freely, getting up to their monkey business.
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