Michell Duggar - pregnancy ment.

Michell Duggar - pregnancy ment.

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November 8th, 2011, 6:03 pm #1

Although I realize she is a very fertile women, she is 45 now. And expecting again.

Another natural pregnancy story of a mid-forties woman.
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Tracy
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November 8th, 2011, 6:36 pm #2

If she takes any supplements? She did say it took a bit longer to get pg. this time around compared to the earlier ones...but gosh, I still think it was less than 2 years. She is one fertile lady!

xoxo, Tracy


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November 9th, 2011, 1:51 am #3

Although I realize she is a very fertile women, she is 45 now. And expecting again.

Another natural pregnancy story of a mid-forties woman.
and we dont even have one. life is *********. i hate this....
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ALM
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November 9th, 2011, 4:08 am #4

Although I realize she is a very fertile women, she is 45 now. And expecting again.

Another natural pregnancy story of a mid-forties woman.
Yeah, I think that is the word I'm looking for: egotistical/egocentric. Like the rest of the planet wants 20 some-odd Duggars running around. It's just all so weird to me and they seem to just LOVE the attention. Whatever.

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November 9th, 2011, 4:44 pm #5

and we dont even have one. life is *********. i hate this....
it just may be harder to get.
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November 9th, 2011, 5:24 pm #6

Yeah, I think that is the word I'm looking for: egotistical/egocentric. Like the rest of the planet wants 20 some-odd Duggars running around. It's just all so weird to me and they seem to just LOVE the attention. Whatever.
the only thing that seems egotistical about it to me, is that they seem to court the media and want publicity for all this. Otherwise, I wouldn't have a problem with how they construct their family. Whether someone wants 20 kids, or no kids, fine. But when it seems to be done for gaining attention its not good.

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Need2Know
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November 12th, 2011, 3:37 pm #7

Yeah, I think that is the word I'm looking for: egotistical/egocentric. Like the rest of the planet wants 20 some-odd Duggars running around. It's just all so weird to me and they seem to just LOVE the attention. Whatever.
to dare to place yourself in the position of how many Duggars (or Jones, Smiths, etc.) is an acceptable number to be "running around." Ugh, I'm sorry but I think your bitterness is showing. Really, you should drop to your knees and thank God every DAY that wonderful, Christian people like the Duggars ARE the ones having 20 children because some day when you're old and childless they likely will be the only people on earth who really give a ****!
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November 17th, 2011, 4:12 pm #8

Yeah, I think that is the word I'm looking for: egotistical/egocentric. Like the rest of the planet wants 20 some-odd Duggars running around. It's just all so weird to me and they seem to just LOVE the attention. Whatever.
The Duggers already have way to many kids and 20 kids is alot to take care of. I'm sure they enjoy the attention from all of this, but it is ridiculous. Regardless of how many she had in earlier years, she has been able to have 2 or 3 in her forties now. She had 1 m/c in the earlier years, but how they always hit the good egg in the 40's now is very unfair to those of us with none or one baby struggling to conceive a healthy full term pregnancy. There are those in more of a need than her. Most of us in this situation should be able to understand that. I had a baby at 38, but have had 3 m/c's after that at 40,41, and 42. I'm 43 now. It is encouraging to show that it sure does happen for some at 45, but it is very upsetting for someone like her to be doing it.
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Cat
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November 20th, 2011, 4:57 am #9

I'm just sad that I spent so many years preventing pregnancy. I wish i got serious about dating the right people when I was young and then started a family! Ugh, instead I was parting with my friends.
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December 1st, 2011, 11:08 pm #10

The Duggers already have way to many kids and 20 kids is alot to take care of. I'm sure they enjoy the attention from all of this, but it is ridiculous. Regardless of how many she had in earlier years, she has been able to have 2 or 3 in her forties now. She had 1 m/c in the earlier years, but how they always hit the good egg in the 40's now is very unfair to those of us with none or one baby struggling to conceive a healthy full term pregnancy. There are those in more of a need than her. Most of us in this situation should be able to understand that. I had a baby at 38, but have had 3 m/c's after that at 40,41, and 42. I'm 43 now. It is encouraging to show that it sure does happen for some at 45, but it is very upsetting for someone like her to be doing it.
Ms Duggar recently had a miscarriage, and did seek fertility specialist help. I saw this on one of the indepth tv "news" shows.
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