Saturday, July 30, 2005

I’ve been fantasying about having Dmitri’s baby. It is so tempting. It would be so easy, just go off the birth control. We would be home before I missed my next period. I need to resist this desire.



Anonymous Anonymous said...

Yes, please resist. A man once acted on a similar fantasy and slipped off the condom. I have a six yr old and i did not accept his proposal, as he would have liked! Give D the choice and he could love the idea with trust.

6:04 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Pros and cons to do "it" now. Had my first, only and last daughter at 42; a bit too long await.

Brother's four kids were gone when he was fifty, a bit too early?

You are young, I think, wait two years, that is not an enormous amount of time for such a life changing experience of having a family.

My first experience with young love (early twenties)turned up genetic kidney disease and schizophrenia in at least two generations. Wait awhile.

1:35 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I concur with the prior comments. If you want a child by him, you really should get hitched. If you think he's unsuitable for marriage, he'll probably not make a good 'baby's daddy' either.

It's a wonderful romantic impulse that's as old as humanity, and needs to be resisted just the same.

Take it slow girl!
Cheers & Good Luck Kin! 'VJ'

12:54 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Geez that should have been Good Luck Kim! I kinda doubt we're related. You would have been a welcome addition to a very stodgy family, no matter how you fell into it!

Cheers, 'VJ'

12:57 AM  
Anonymous J said...

If this is your way of saying that you feel deeply enough to explore a serious relationship, then continue. If this is just a "settling down" fantasy, let it go.

4:06 AM  
Blogger el Bow said...

"turned up genetic kidney disease and schizophrenia in at least two generations"

-because these are reasons to not be with or have a child with a person?

Speaking as a bloke, if a woman I was with got knocked up on purpose without my consent I don't think I could ever get past it but suit yourself.

12:53 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Dear Kim:
I agree wholeheartedly with the prior comment - being surprised by a baby-on-the-way is one of the ultimate horrors, especially when it was no accident. Talk it out first, make a commitment and agree on it, but no surprises and no manipulations, please.
And women wonder why some men hate paying child support....

5:27 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Good Lord - WHY? You're young, unattached and living life to the fullest. Babies are HARD. Your life will STOP the minute you have a child. No more clients, no more freedom, just late night feedings, round the clock care, cholic, teething and crying for no reason. And don't get me started about the diapers! Think of all the money you'll need for baby sitters, medicine, doctor's appointments, school, and then hobbies. Babies are not like pugs - they are a lifetime of commitment. There is nothing romantic about babies - sorry but that's the truth. You're young - go have fun and forget babies. And dont' be deceitful - haven't you lied to D enough?

6:42 PM  
Blogger Pete from Cal said...

I hope you are not planning to do it without telling him because that is not the Kim I know. You are a smart woman who is rational and think things through before you do it. Don't let a "fantasy" ruin how you want to live your life later. Take care!

9:04 PM  
Blogger An international escort's luxury travel blog. said...

Kim, You must try as hard as possible to resit this desire.... Imagine a baby! Would he be pleased once its there?? Think and re think....Stp by sometime, Kathleen

1:49 PM  

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