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I Want To Be Happy With A Bun-In-The-Oven Even Though I’m 20-Years-Old

I've got a bad case of baby fever. And that's an understatement...

I Want To Be Happy With A Bun-In-The-Oven Even Though I’m 20-Years-Old

Anyone who knows me knows I love planning for the future, and I love babies. This basically means that I have the next 10 years of my life planned out on Pinterest with cute wedding ideas, maternity photo shoot ideas, baby names and even what my 10-year-old's room is going to look like in my carefully planned out four-bedroom house in suburban North Carolina. (Sorry to my future husband; you have no say at this point. You're too late.)

And with my love of babies comes massive baby fever! Like, if I just see a super cute baby my uterus explodes, my hormones go all over the place and I just combust from the inside out. I currently have seven baby names picked out for a kid who isn't even going to be conceived within the next five years. And to be honest with you, I've had the name Melody picked out since I was five and I saw that the Little Mermaid named her daughter that. (Obviously, I'm as amazing as Ariel so my daughter should be named something amazing, too, duh!) But anyway, back to the babies!

There truly is nothing in the world that would make me happier right now than to already be married and pregnant. (Close second is definitely financial security, but you get the point.) I just want what everyone talks about—that amazing pregnancy glow! And of course, an adorable baby to go with it in the end.

Now I know what you're thinking, "Sara, you're not even 21 yet!" "Don't you want to wait until your married!" "Why are you so eager!" And I get it. It's probably more reasonable to wait until I've graduated, been married, have had a stable income for at least a few years, etc. These are all true and valid points and I can't deny that. Still, my baby-loving brain does not care about logic at the moment. It wants a bun in the oven and it wants it there now. I've seen too many rom-com movies and read too many insanely romantic books at this point to turn back now. I've seen the light, and the light is showing me cute babies and adorable maternity clothes and loving spouses to go along with it.

I don't know if this love for pregnancy and babies is genetic or if it's because I spend a lot of time with babies or what, but it's not going away anytime soon. Everyone always tells me that my mother loved being pregnant A LOT! Probably the reason why she had five kids. I don't know if I get these feeling from her or not. I don't know if I'm going to be lucky enough to be pregnant five times or not. All I know is that I want it so badly, and I can't wait until it finally happens.

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