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Last Updated on June 27, 2019 by karissa ancell
Welcome to week 21’s post of the A is for Adelaide post challenge. This week’s challenge topic is our current age. I’ve talked about my age before but here it is again. I don’t mind ages and have not experienced feeling old yet.
I have been 30 for about 6 months now so I’m still just starting my journey into my 30’s. I actually was really excited about turning 30. I did everything so young in life. I got married at 19 and had my daughter at 22 and I think that made me feel older than I was. So turning 30 was like finally feeling my age. The only concern I have with my age is that I want more kids. I know that women can have kids into their 40’s but my stroke already put me into the higher risk category for pregnancy. So I know my doctors would be more comfortable with me being 35 or younger. We aren’t trying quite yet for a few reasons and it took me almost 2 years to get pregnant with Bella. So that is the only thing that makes me feel aware of getting older and my age. Other than that I love my 30’s. I’m married, I have an amazing daughter, I love being a blogger and am loving tuning that into a career. I hope my 30’s and then my 40’s just bring more joy and blessings and life get’s better with age.
At 24 I believe
Me at 21
Me at 23
Me at 30.
I think because my 20’s were a rough decade, I feel so happy and excited to now be in my 30’s. Even though having bella was great and I love her so much we went through a lot of financial struggle after she was born and had to move around a lot and live with family. That was hard on our marriage. Then I had my stroke at 25 so the last half of the decade was a lot of recovery and adjustment. I grew up a lot in my 20’s and overcame a lot of obstacles so I love being 30 now and have viewed it as a fresh start.