ok, let me try and decipher this…it’s a little jumbled for me.
you’re saying i’m an alcoholic, and that even having a child won’t change that. also, you’re interested in seeing what happens after i give birth…is that it? or are you saying YOU had a child and are still deep in the booze? sorry, i’m just a little confused with your message.
if it’s the former, i’m glad you’re concerned with my health and my well-being. i appreciate it, and i’m glad you’re keeping tabs on me and my (pre-pregnancy) drinking habits (hard not to, i’ve made it quite public, haha). i’m not going to deny it, i was drinking every weekend before i found out the amazing news, it’s true. luckily, i’ve had no issues with quitting, as soon as i found out about the baby inside me, my life changed (for the better). i’ve given up all vices i’ve had, including simple things, like soda and caffeine. i’m the healthiest i’ve ever been in my life and i feel wonderful. i don’t know why i feel the need to explain this all to you, but here i am.
i’m also interested in what comes after the baby is here, no one can really know until it happens. i’m hoping that living nine months of a clean, healthy lifestyle becomes habit for me, and i can keep it up…not just for my health, but for my baby. i’m ready to give him the best life i can.
i know i’m doing all i can to be the best i can be for my child, i’m in a different place than i was before i found out about our little buddy, i’m genuinely happy and the healthiest i’ve been in my whole life. i can see the concern, not knowing much about me other than what i post online (i generally post about the copious amounts of beer i consumed on weekends)…but i’m good! things are great, and life is peachy.
again, thank you. if you have a serious concern about me, feel free to message me off anon and we can chat privately, or, shoot me over an email. i’m not an angry person, and would love to hear what you have to say (without hiding behing anonymity).