Wednesday, April 20, 2005

Makin' It

So hubby and I are trying to have a baby. We stopped preventative measures at the beginning of February and that's about all we have really done in trying to have a baby. Other than makin' it so to speak. Now I didn't go telling a lot of people that we were trying because, well, it's kind of personal, it kind of puts the pressure on and one other thing. It seems so strange that we talk to little publicly about having sex until you decide to have children. As soon as two people get married, people start asking, "So when are you going have a baby?", and the only response I can come up with is, "Soon." They come back with, "soon, huh?" which seems to warrant another answer, "We're working on it." It's like saying, "Yeah, we're having sex on a regular basis. Would you like to hear more about my sex life?"

Why, when you decide to have kids, does everyone decide, let's talk about our sex lives. Shall I announce to the world, "We were having sex before, but now we do it with purpose." "Would you like to know how many times a week we do it?" or "We tried to have a baby last night. When did you last try to have a baby?" Seriously now.

1 comment:

Rude Cactus said...

I've been there and I wish you guys much luck.