Count the Bad Mommies

Monday, February 25, 2008

Sweets answers difficult questions!!

1. Do you remember a particular incident or moment from your own childhood that has influenced the way you raise your offspring?

when i think back on my childhood i really only have good memories, in that way i really really want my kids to have fond memories of their childhood, so i work hard building memories, making a huge thing of christmas, birthdays and such.

2. Have you started some kind of savings plan or investment thingy for when your kidlet(s) wants to go to college or varsity?

hell no... i should i know but there is so much to buy and so little money ;) i have a life policy on my ex, that has a savings portion, i'll probably use that when the time comes... otherwise i'll help them get student loans, i think that kids should be helped to be able to help themselves.

3. Do you think it’s possible to let go of “mommy guilt”, to forgive yourself and move on, to do better?

yes, but only if the kids forgive you. for example: last night i had a talk with kay, we had an issue and he still holds it against me... and i told him if he's not going to forgive me then things are never going to get better... everybody makes mistakes and even the kids have to learn how to forgive, so if you're forgiven it's way easier!

4. How long after giving birth did you want to have sex?

oh man... whahahahahahahaha... TMI coming up, be warned: i tore really badly giving birth so i walked like a duck for ages... i was so scared that having sex will tear everything open again... so my hubby got addicted to blow jobs ;)

7 comments:

Expensive Mistakes and Cheap Thrills said...

did you tear or were you cut?

i had a c-section, so natural birth still fascinates me in some kind of morbid way.

how long did it take to heal?

angel said...

very cool sweets, buidling memories is an awesome thing to work on.

and i still reckon i'm the blowjob queen!!!

amanzimtoti said...

I'm so glad I didn't have to have a c-section. I had an epidural and episiotomy. Healed in no time.

Kerryn said...

I tore too! I still shudder when I think about that!

sweets said...

thrills: i tore and then was cut even further... *cringing* it really did take about 6-8 weeks to heal. painful stuff! haha... gotta tell you this; one of my friends gave me excellent advice... unfortunately only after week 7... you take your hairdryer and blow down yonder... heals in no time mwhaaaaaahahahahahah...

angel: I AM you tart, you just have more time to practise now... unfair!!!! ;)

ama: it did?? lucky you...and i agree c section= personal nightmare... there is something about a woman's body taking over at birth that is simply unbelievable to experience.

kerryn: i think we should start a support group LOL, awful stuff! and those stitches... yikes

angel said...

oh SO fair sweets- specially since i had to wait more than 4 years before i could practice again!!!

sweets said...

ag ok... i won't say "enjoy" cause that would be just silly mwhahahahahahaha ;))