-shrugs- DH and I have been together 4 years now. We moved in together after our second date. I had one kid he had 3 (and he had custody of them). He needed a baby sitter the next day I stayed so I could watch them at 2 am when he had to leave. Ended up never leaving. We have been married for 3 years and have a son together.
Our family is close and no one considers anyone "step or Half" anything.
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my son and I have something known as Nerofibromatosis. This illness causes tumors to grow within our bodies. I currently have brain tumors which affects my ability to function 100% normaly. My memory is poor as is my spelling and grammar abilities. It is a part of who my youngest is and a part of who I am. It is not all of ether of us.
My husbands best friends brother has a condition known as tuberous sclerosis. He was supposed to have died at a very young age. He is now close to 30 and still alive. He has had a few brain surgeries and has had to have his shunt replaced a few times. They run a program to help people with this condition. This ribbon will take you to their website where information on TS is located.
Dh with the Kiddos
Me with the kids
us on our wedding day
Us on a day where my illness realy caught up to me at his cousins wedding. I was their video person so I could not just miss it. Their first video person said they could not do it the day before.
Yes, there absolutely is. But it also really depends on the people in the couple. DH and I got hooked up on a blind date. Two and a half months later we're married. We've been married for 6 years now and I'm more in love with him today than when we said "I do."
My sister had been dating her boyfriend for almost a year before they got married. She got married because he was getting stationed in Guam and she didn't want to wait around 18 months for him to come back. They're divorced.
When my sister got married, everyone was telling her to wait. I can't tell you how many times she heard "If he's really the one, then he'll be the one in 18 months." When I got married, everyone was supportive (except my sister who didn't realize that we'd been talking marriage before I got pregnant; she just saw me getting married because I was pregnant).
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