When Drew and I were first married, people at his office were saying that we'd be pregnant whether we liked it or not before our first anniversary. I was pretty peeved with that assumption. But then I smiled an evil smile and asked Drew to have them up the anty... I'd love to cash in on October 8 when every single one of them is dead wrong.
But here's the cruel irony: everyone in the office that MADE that statement? Has found themselves with an un-planned pregnancy. A "surprise" they didn't know they wanted.
You know ... it's a damn shame that pharmaceutical companies haven't come up with a pill that a woman can take that all but eliminates the element of surprise ... the best part is, I pay $3 for a generic brand. Tell me you can't afford $3.
Or even $20.
At one point, I was paying $50/month for those bad boys because my medical insurance was crap. I figured $50/month was a LOT better than paying for diapers every month.
I guess I'm not so much peeved about all the un-planned pregnancies in the world ... but more that the people that pointed their finger and chuckled at me and insisted I'd be a mother before I turned 26? Are the ones that seem to habitually suffer from "oops".