I started this morning off by reading a very angering article. Please take a moment to read it :
I don't even know what to say...no actually I do... I'm sure glad I don't live anywhere near these idiots. I can't imagine if I had to carry Ty for 4 more weeks until I went into natural labour....I'm so thankful we delivered him when we did because he had not, I don't know how to say it, he was still all together, perfect form and if we had waited we would have not had pictures because of what the waiting would have done to him, not only that it is dangerous for the mother. I think politicians should have absolutely no say in what a woman decides to do with her body. Bills like this just make people look for other medical options like back street abortion clinics where you have people getting sick and dying from unsafe practices. Does anyone else notice that it's mostly men trying to pass these insane bills? I don't think they have a right to voice their opinion when they have no idea how it is to be a woman carrying a child in that situation. Men need to get off their high horses and shut up. If anything like that passed here I would sue for emotional damage and consequences of my health from having to do such things.
And lastly, maybe if men learned to keep it in their damn pants there wouldn't be so many unwanted pregnancies...sorry but these men are giving most men a rap of being egotistical idiots.
Secondly as I laid awake at 12am last night trying to fall asleep I thought, (totally changing the subject here) if landlords want to go as far as refusing smokers and pets due to allergies than they need to be refusing a lot more. They can start by refusing that people wear perfume, cologne, use cleaning products and if it's shared laundry than most laundry detergents because I'm allergic to all that stuff...just saying, why stop at pets when there are so many more things people are allergic too.
Lastly, I'll end on a good note. We had a great group meeting tonight and look forward to the next 6 weeks with our new family. As sad as it is how we meet I promise your life will be much more enriched because of it.