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  1. mrmrs

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    Kinda new here, have had my profile for a little bit & getting around to introducing myself.


    I don't know how these work, so I will just write. I am a young mother, I stay at home with my boys all day & raise them myself. I am engaged to their father & very happy with life.


    My fiance & I stumbled upon this site just looking for different sexual stories/forums to read & we've enjoyed this one the best so far. We are a very open couple in our sexual life.


    If anyone would like to send me a friend request, feel free. The more the merrier! Feel free to ask me anything, I am a very open & honest person.=D
     
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    Hello...and, have you ever killed someone..you said anything LOL
     
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    No I have not haha. I would like to kill anyone who ever attempts to hurt my babies though..but I think any parent would.:p
     
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    I hear ya there, mine are 14 and 12 and can take care of themselves now...they both play ice hockey and lacrosse. I haven't killed anyone...yet, dished out a few cuncussions though...gotta love hockey.
     
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    Mine will be 1 on 11/5 & 3 on 11/25, haha. So..I've got a ways to go, but I'm glad I've got them & had them young. But being a parent anyone would understand.
     
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    We had ours later, I was 32, wife 30 at the time. We had a lot of traveling and stuff we wanted to do before kids hampered some of it. For our lifestyle, I'm glad we waited, everyones different. Enjoy them now, when they hit the teenage years.....AHHHHHHHHH lol. My son starts high school this fall, all honors courses, passed his ACT/Sats at age 12 but we didn't want him starting college at 13, A level hockey goalie, top attacker on his lacrosse team, and keeps us running...my daughter is starting 7th grade but looks like she's in high school (thats real fun), is also an A level goalie on a all boys team, and top goalie on her all boys lacrosse team, plays cello in the school orchestra, runs track, and keeps us running even more LOL. They are unbelieveably expensive, but worth every penny.

    Have fun with the little ones, they can't talk back too much yet LOL.
     
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    IDK, my 2 year old has quite the vocabulary & likes to tell mumma how things go.! Lol.


    I had them young..my first was from a HORRIBLE relationship..he had messed with my b/c so I was taking the sugar pills all the time & that's how I got pregnant..left him as soon as I knew then met my fiance when I was 5 months pregnant..been together ever since & have an 8 month old together. He adopted my first & has ALWAYS treated him as his own..when my oldest was 3 months old my fiance said 'So, what is he going to call me.?' I said 'That is strictly between you 2.' He then looked at me with a smile & said 'Ok, I'm daddy'...that's when I knew I found the one. Haha..cheesy story..& may make me whorish, whatever..my life is where it should be right now & I love it.

    I am hoping my boys are athletic. We will teach them to hunt, fish & whatnot, but since I played semi-pro football I'm hoping they will play football as well..or any other sport. but football's my favorite. Lol. We will see. Parenting is rough & I was 18 when I had my first, I am 22 now...VERY young, but a hell of a lot more mature than most mothers I know. Even the older ones.=P
     
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    Fucking with the BC is uncalled for, glad you found a good guy, not too many of those running around. I met my wife when I was 18.5 and she just turned 17. We dated through my college, she finished HS and went to work as a pharmacy tech. My friends called her wifey after the first year. I was 25 when we married, did a lot of traveling, especially by motorcycle, ski trips, running around the Lake of the Ozarks, partying at Party Cove, doing mud runs and car shows.... we started to tire of that so we thought we were ready for the riggors of kids. She stayed home 12 yrs with them. They both started playing ice hockey at age 5, actual travel games. We are hockey fanatics so we were thrilled when they started to play. They are so used to the violence of hockey (and yes even at young ages there are fights) my son had no interest in football, but lacrosse is very violent and catching on quick. They are both very athletic, but academics come first.

    There are too many people having kids because they think its the thing to do or they make a nice accessory and don't really take care of them like they need it.
     
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    So very true..I wasn't ready for kids..but man oh man...I am a damn good parent compared to most I know. I used to smoke, have since I was 13...VERY gross. But as soon as I knew I was pregnant I only had 1 more[which I regret for the life of me] & quit cold turkey. I used to smoke pot before I got pregnant too & drink..quit all while pregnant & only kept drinking on a very rare instance after I had him given the circumstances were right. The smell of cigarettes makes me wanna puke nowadays. I've given up a lot for my boys, but I've learned a lot.


    Kids are amazing, but it takes a real person to raise them. I know a lot of people that do it for the tax write off which is pathetic. I didn't plan either child, but they were the best things to happen to me & I treat them that way. & I would LOVE for them to play hockey..I actually enjoy watching it.=P
     
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    I've never smoked, watched my grandfather die from it. Wife rarely did before I met her, I've never seen her smoke, I've never seen her even buzzed on alcohol. My kids have had the pleasure of watching my mother in law battle lung cancer from smoking and they are ingrained with no smoking now. Only in the past year and a half do I even have a beer in front of the kids, and thats A beer. I've yet to find another sport better than hockey, I played some football in HS, rugby in college, hockey has always been the end all be all of sports. My kids started playing lacrosse last year and it's pretty damn exciting...and with wearing basicly no pads, lots of bruising and beating the hell out of eachother with sticks. The biggest problem with hockey is the expense. Mine are on travel teams so we hit tournaments as far as 700 miles away, several times a year I'm in one state with one kid and my wife is in another (neither our home state). So with equipment (both are goalies), travel expenses, hotels, fees, it's $5k to $7K a year depending on which tournaments we go to. Then my son is on a tournament lacrosse team so more travel with that and those damn lacrosse sticks run $200. My daughter wants her own cello, we are making her use the school supplied one till she hits her junior year, and then there goes another $3K. Then you have the cell phones, ipods, PS3s, and with mine being active, snowboards, skis, surf board, boogie boards, we cycle as a family so good bikes, it goes on forever. But you only have one chance to raise them right. Even if they do turn out to not be athletic, be sure to keep them moving. If they learn the lifestyle young, it's more likely they'll keep moving as adults.
     
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    I sure hope so. We are going to raise them to work for what they want..obviously not starting a full time job at 4 or anything..but if they want an ice cream, they have to keep their room clean..then as they get older help with household stuff..my aunt lets her kids just play video games all day with no structure in their lives..my 2 year old is sooo much mature than her 8 year old..kinda sad. But I am VERY grateful for how they act, they are both very well behaved..my 2 year old is SOOOO polite..he says please, thank you, your welcome, sorry, excuse me...it's just soo cute. I don't mind whatever sports they want to do, but I will require they try atleast 1 sport & give it their all. My mom did with us & well..I have to say my favorites to play are tennis & golf, lol. Weird, but nowadays I'd LOVE to be able to swing a racket or club for a little bit. & I did smoke, but I quit & I am very happy for that. I regret ever smoking to begin with, but I am very grateful for quitting, most don't..most would resume. Not me. Thankfully. Too many health risks & with the family medical background...well, I need to be healthy. I just need to start trying to lose the weight I gained from my pregnancies. That's a stupid genetic trait..our metabolism sucks...we've all been super skinny...till we had kids then losing the weight was like brain surgery..weren't happenin for us.


    That's cool though..my oldest already likes lacrosse, maybe that's a good sign.! I would love to see him show a great interest in any sport really..looking at most kids nowadays, I wouldn't care what it is..since most kids depend on their technology & whatnot.
     
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    Damn I forgot the golf. We all play, son started when he was 5, daughter didn't show much interest till she was 10, she now outdrives my wife and comes close to my son. They both plan on playing on the high school team. Spent a week in VA last month, played almost everyday.

    You sound like my wife, all the women in her family, especially after the second require their own area code. My mother in laws arms are as big as my legs. She gained after our two. Not HUGE, but more than a few extra pounds, she wasn't happy with herself, she was a size 4 before kids, went to a tight 12. Her health started to be effected and she saw all the problems her family had due to the weight, she vowed by the time she hit 40 she'd be her prekid size. She completely changed her eating habits, nothing fried, only low fat natural foods, and exercises an hour every morning and does yoga. She's now a size 1, hard body. You'd never guess she still goes 124lbs, but at 14% bodyfat, she's got that tight, toned, killer bikini bod most teenagers would kill for. Don't worry, you can do it. She did at age 40, actually hit her prekid at 39. Being a contractor, I get a lot of exercise at work, but we still cycle, play tennis, walk the golf course, ski, hike, skate a lot..... If you want to know exactly how she did it I can tell you. You quit smoking, you can do this.
     
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    I know it..I was a size 11 before kids which is a great size compared to the women in my family....now a size 18....eeeek.! I don't eat fried foods much because well....it don't sit well with me. I eat very good & get a lot of exercise as well throughout the day as well as walking for an hour around my neighborhood which is all hills & I also do yoga daily. I just can't shake the weight. Idk what it is..but I am going to talk to my dr to see what he would suggest given what I am doing & the fact it's not working. I eat every food group, don't binge..but my weight doesn't binge either apparently, lol. I'm the biggest I've ever been, but I'm thinking it's time for a hardcore change..I've been looking into what I could do..being only off 1 income, I am rather limited on what I could spend.

    I must say though, I am slightly jealous. Lol. A size 4.! I could never pull that off..I have big hips. I was always told I have perfect birthing hips...& well, I can see why..NO complications during delivery which I am overly pleased with. I am not HORRIBLE looking, but I've looked better & I'd like to be there again..I look at it as it could be better...but it sure as hell could always be worse, lol. We will see..I've been trying & trying for years with no huge change & doing all I could..so I am guessing start mixing & matching different ways to do it & see what works best.


    & I love golf..it's relaxing..& well, a good sport if the course is next to a freeway..get to practice on moving targets, haha. Not that I would..but it would be funny..like Happy Gilmore & the people in the window.
     
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    We play kill the ball guy at the driving range, really helps the kids with club choice and aiming....and my son and I do on occasion do the Happy Gilmore tee off.

    My wife is now a weight loss specialist at a doctor supervised program at a medical facility. I've got to head to a Lacrosse board meeting, but I can give you a few tips if you'd like later.
     
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    Sure..PM them to me.! Anything is better than nothing..I've only been trying for years..haha. So the more tips & pointers I have the better. & enjoy the meeting.!
     
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    Welcome to the forums mrmrs :)

    Always nice to meet new people!
     
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    Welcome and thanks for the pics. They took my breath away.
     
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    Welcome to :sf :)

    Just a friendly reminder that the posts in the member intro section don't count towards your actual post count, so if youd like to start a discussion that isnt sexually related, go ahead and put it in the Beanery or via PM :)
     
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    Welcome to SF!