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If it's none of his business you may want to reconsider what you post on a public forum. It's not a dig, just an observation.

Just because i want to tell the world im pregnant doesnt mean it gives people the right to stick their noses in things that doesnt concern them.
He only asked a question. With the amount of detail you post about your life on here I don't think this was out of order. If you don't want to answer, then just don't. Hopefully it's just your hormones.
I didnt say it was out of order at all. I'm just surprised at all the 'too soon' comments. I dont think its too soon, and so what if it was a little too soon? It was a complete surprise and theyre acting as though this was an expected thing. And just because it was 'unplanned this soon' doesnt mean we shouldnt go for it does it?
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It was 'sort of' planned earlier. Make up your mindAnd no-one is saying you shouldn't go for it. I was just confirming my suspicious it was an accident.

If you actually read and my post the first time round, you'd see that this WAS planned, it just happened a few months earlier than we expected. It wasnt an accident at all, otherwise the outcome would be bad, and its not bad at all its a good thing, therefore it was just a surprise not an accident. And why does it matter to you anyway?
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I think 8 months is FAR too soon to be planning a child with someone. I just don't think it's possible to know someone in that time. It's hardly new though. In the old days, couples would meet, be married within months, have kids within a year and half and then be married for 50 years. Madness!I couldn't do it. I lived with my missus for 3 years before we married and even then it could have gone either way. We have a love-hate relationship. I love her, she hates me. It's hard to know someone until you live with them. Even after 7 years, I still find out little things about my wife and new things irritate me. The same applies vice versa too. After 8 months, we were all loved up, every moment was romantic, we had sex at every single possible opportunity, no matter where it was. You need to get past that honeymoon, experience the daily grind and if you can still stand to look at the other bastard person, then perhaps you are ready.Then you have a baby and they change completely. Fuck.

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Also, you cannot have a planned surprise. You're just covering now because you forgot to take your pill.

What the hell gives you the right to say that? I dont really care how you think it happened but i can tell you now cretin, that this didnt happen because i 'forgot to take my pill' Just because you think your better than me doesnt give you the right to make immature assumptions like that, your digging from the depths of your little hole to try and have a stab at dissing me.Why dont you crawl back into it yeah? You've made nothing but arrogant and condescending posts in this thread so why dont you just grow up, and find something else to take your sad way of thinking out on?
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I think alot of what is being said in this thread, doesn't really need to be said. Have your thoughts and negative opinions, but MAT is happy, and no one should be lowering the tone.I probably feel more strongly about this right now than I usually would, and the reason is this:Today, I went to the cremation of my cousins newborn baby. Little Charlotte was born two weeks ago, and today my family had to say goodbye to her, without ever having known her. She was brought to the crematorium in a white glass coach led by white horses, in a tiny pink coffin with a Tiara on top, surrounded by flowers in shapes of teddy bears, hearts, and butterflies.Everyone was absolutely devastated and in tears, including me. My cousin and his girlfriend had written a beautiful speech that was read out, which was especially emotional. They will never get to show their baby off, take her to the park when she gets a little older, never get to be woken in the night by her crying which they so crave for right now. They have spent months preparing for her arrival, changing their lives to adapt to their surprise situation, and all they have left now are some photos and some baby clothes they put on her before she was taken away. Two people and their families have been left crushed, broken hearted, and inconsolable. If anyone deserved the chance to show how great they would have been as parents, it's them. They are an extremely mature, solid couple, with morals and good hearts. Now would it change your opinion if I said they were only 16?I think some people need to gain a bit of perspective, and be happy for MAT. She is sharing some extremely joyful news, and quite frankly the negativity is pretty disgusting.

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I think this topic, as well as the:

- "should I sunbathe topless?" topic which evolved into "is Richard right for me?",

- the "do any of you strangers want to hang out with me?" topic,

- and the "what sort of wedding should I have?" topic

 

... may have given some UKFFers the impression that MAT does indeed care about their/our thoughts on her personal life. But only if they compliment her.

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