Quoting ρiηkie ρie:" I do think about it occasionally, but I try not to dwell on it. That being said, I can't die. SO is completely ... [snip!] ... 9 kids, which would mean MIL would probably have a hand in helping raise them and I'll be damned if I let that happen. Haha! "
Quoting bearcavefactory:" Yea, Erik refusing to change diapers. So i don't know how'd he do it without me. And I don't want my ... [snip!] ... more... Ugh. It's just sad to see that happen on tv. I know its not real, but it doesn't make it break your heart any less. "Trust me, he'll change diapers. SO said the same thing before we had kids, once DD was born though he knew it had to be done and he sucked it up. Now he's a pro and doesn't even think about it. Lol. Once you have kids though you kind of become numb to all of that stuff. At this point, I see something "gross" and go "Whatever, I have kids." Haha.
Quoting bearcavefactory:" I'm used to gross stuff. Lol. Especially since my 6 month old puppy has yet to master not walking threw ... [snip!] ... ride. I mean, I already would be. But a dog and a baby, teaming up against me in the name of poop. It's gonna stink. Literally."I was unaware of just how gross kids could be. I've since seen first hand and although not much bothers me, I'm still completely amazed sometimes. Lol. I find myself asking my oldest daughter, "Why?! Just... why?!" A lot. For all the gross though, it's worth it and I wouldn't change a thing. Well, maybe have DD play in her poop less, that'd be nice.
Quoting Racheyy the babyy:" I was watching this show and the mother died during childbirth and it just got me thinking... Has ... [snip!] ... what would happen if you died during childbirth?? I know this is a depressing story. It just made me worry about if I died..."
Quoting Ariel Kubica:" The only relief I have about knowing if I did die during childbirth, my SO is an amazing man and our child WILL be raised right, even if I'm gone. I'm terrified about this happening, actually. :/"
Quoting Racheyy the babyy:" I'm just glad it's something really normal to think about."