TaraLas wrote:For the love of God, please just have sex already. There's NO way I would be waiting until the 19th when there's an easy solution. Walk a mile or two, go home and have sex, and I'm almost positive you'll go into labor. The sex must really be awful.
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No kidding! Go for a long walk, get the kids to bed, and then lay back and let him do the deed. It doesn't even have to be enjoyable, if pregnancy is THAT awful at this stage and you are that ready, do something to move it along. Is pregnant sex that awful for her that it's worse than everything else she's complaining about? Eating salsa isn't going to do it for ya. Otherwise sit back down on the couch and accept that the baby isn't ready yet. Film a Target haul and make a few extra bucks off the pregnancy.
lizpuff2006 wrote:In some ways (despite her complaining) I feel like she is scared to have this baby. Like she knows her life is going to change and is not ready.
That's a good point. Maybe she's sort of playing the part of being "so so so ready" but maybe she's actually scared. It's easier to complain to her viewers than talk about those issues and fears and ruin the perfect YT mommy facade. If that's actually the case, that's really sad. I'd find a video like that so relatable! The fears and anxieties about adding to your family are real. She'll complain about so many things but her #reallife #momlife tends to be so superficial. I like seeing youtubers talk about real issues. When she's opened up about Nolan's diagnosis, I have cried and really felt for her and she seemed so much more normal and human. She's much more authentic in her older videos. Now everything is so picture perfect and it leads to her talking about her kids playing with toys being so crazy. Sometimes it's nice to see a messy house and hear someone talk candidly about their ACTUAL struggles.