lets face it, after the babies are born, I'm sure plenty of us just don't feel prettty anymore. wellll , ive finally reached that stage ! I'd just like to go out and spend money on myself, since the last time I did was to buy a few shirts when my tummy got a lil bigger. which was months ago! I'd abs loooove to go get my hair done, mani / pedi, and deffinately a shoppping spree ! lol thing is, I feel guilty spending money on myself :/ don't get me wrong me & bd have more than enough saved up for our son, but idk. as much as I'd love to, I just can't go out and spend $$ to pamper myself.
ahah thats motherhood for you,well you deserve some treats , dont think about it just 'do it' you will be glad you did ...you need some 'spoiling' dont you .get togged up and a nice night out with the new Dad .
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