I have already compiled a list of names for the baby:
For a girl, I have narrowed it down to 3 possible choices: Fallon, DeLaney, and Marley. Or as back up: Adalee – Bailey – Brennan – Cadence – Dakota – Ellory – Josslyn – Laney – Lizbeth – Melody – Opal – Paisley – Piper – Remi – Scarlett – Skyler – Teagan
For a boy, my top 3 choices are: Parker, Harper, and Luca. And fine, I will reveal my back up boys names: Avery – Carter – Charlie – Conner – Deacon – Demetri – Derek – Drake – Efron – Felix – Isaac – Jack – Jaden – Mason – Orion – Spencer – Tate – Tripp – Tucker – Wyatt
I have also made some parenting choices for the newborn. I would like to, at least for the first year or two, practice co-sleeping, breast feed the child, and make sure he or she meets their great-grandpa before he passes away so we can have a four-generation picture/memory to last forever.
When I first started seriously thinking about how I would walk down this chosen path, in all honesty I tried brushing away the negatives. Economically speaking, its unrealistic to think there is ever going to be a perfect time to have a child. That was my favorite to give if I ever discussed this deep desire with a coworker. I also know my family would support me. My sister would be a wonderful aunt, I would make sure the child and I start our new life together eating healthy foods and taking daily strolls/runs down the paths that run around our neighborhoods, and I just had this vision of peace and at ease feeling.
I guess, if I really wanted to come up with a negative, I could come up with some like…well my point is, I knew that what I was going through was irrational and had to come up with some quick lines that seemed rational at least on the surface.
Then, I started recieving care packages in the mail.