For years, my mother and I have had a constant urge to make ourselves look like we belonged in our grandparents’ or great-grandparents’ time.
That was an ongoing desire.
My father was a physician who was also a stylist and a stylus maker.
He helped me develop the styles that I would wear to my school dance in high school.
But then, in 2009, I became pregnant and started a family.
I also began to see a lot of changes in my body, and I started noticing that my body was getting bigger.
That’s when I started to think that my father was the one who created that look.
So I made a plan to go to a doctor to get a physical exam, which I always did.
But the doctor wouldn’t say that I had any symptoms of having a baby, and he wouldn’t tell me anything about my pregnancy or my period.
I couldn’t get pregnant because I wasn’t menstruating.
So then I started making a plan, and when I got to the doctor, I asked him, “What’s going on with you?”
He said, “Your baby’s going to be a girl.”
I said, [laughs] I’ve seen pictures of my son, and they’re not the same as what you see in pictures.
But I told him, I’m going to tell you that this baby’s really going to look like me, because it’s me.
I told the doctor that I was just not in the mood to have a baby.
But he said, No, no, you’re in the right place.
I don’t have any medical problems.
I’m not depressed.
I have a healthy job.
I live in a nice, nice house, and the doctor was so nice and understanding and so understanding that I am happy with my choice, that I can be happy with this child.
I’ve been seeing a therapist for a couple of months now, and it’s working.
It’s helping me to feel normal.
I feel a lot more at peace with myself.
I think this is a great sign for my mental health, because the more that I’m able to feel more like myself, the better off I am.
And this is really good news for all of us.
I am very grateful to my father and my mother for having given me that chance to have the chance to be like this.