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Woman Fakes Her Birth To See If Her Mother-In-Law Would Sabotage Her

Woman Fakes Her Birth To See If Her Mother-In-Law Would Sabotage Her

[ad_1] A mom-to-be revealed that her husband accused her of being just as bad as her mother-in-law and is now reconsidering the future of their relationship. Posting to the subreddit “r/AITAH,” the 25-year-old admitted that she’s currently pregnant and worried that her mother-in-law will try to steal the special moment of her baby’s birth by trying to take attention, so she decided to test that theory. She faked her birth to see if her mother-in-law would try and sabotage it with an ’emergency.’ In her Reddit post, she explained that her baby was due within a couple of days, and her husband promised that he would drive them to the hospital and be by her side while she gave birth. His boss has already given him the green light to miss work, but the issue isn’t his boss or work but rather his mother. Photo: Daniela Jovanovska-Hristovska / Canva Pro RELATED: Husband Kicks His Wife & Baby Out Of The House After She Punched His Mom In The Face She explained that her husband and mother-in-law have an …

Amid A Pandemic, I Became A First-Time Single Mom At Almost 50

Amid A Pandemic, I Became A First-Time Single Mom At Almost 50

[ad_1] I was never in a hurry to become a mother. I had been raised by a super-mom. She was a woman who had sacrificed everything to raise twelve children — independence, travel, money, health, and even old age. She had me, the youngest, at forty-seven years old. Instead, I did the opposite of my mother and focused on my education, my career, and myself. I always said if I met the right man to marry, then I would have children. Otherwise, I’d only consider having and raising a child as a single woman later in life if I had the means to focus less on my career. RELATED: Is Getting Married & Having Kids After 40 Still Possible? Here’s What You Need To Know Most of my female friends were also focused on their careers and had similar goals. Most of us waited until our late thirties or early forties to marry or not marry at all. However, many of my friends prudently froze their eggs in their twenties and thirties. When I first heard about …