First it's "when are you getting engaged? ", then it's "when will you have a baby?", then it's "thinking about number two yet?"
I don't blame people, they are natural questions and often just conversation fillers but I can't help but get a tad frustrated.
Firstly there is the obvious issue, what if we were trying (we're not) and we were having problems. Secondly there is the reality of the situation. Harry is not yet nine months. I am still getting to gripes with him and the immense life change I've encountered.
Don't get me wrong, conversations are starting to be had between the hubs and I but surely that is where the discussion should start and end? It's nobody's business and I just can't deal with anyone else asking me!!
The other day I turned round in an angry tone and answered (not true) "we are stopping at one, just so happy as we are" I know it's childish it's just my coping mechanism.
In a previous blog post I ranted about my anger at people asking me "if my baby was ok?" due to the smallness of my bump... I talked about my friend who was asked throughout her pregnancy if she was having twins (obviously she wasn't)
Is it me, or do people need to mind there own business and stop overstepping the mark/putting pressure on us poor folk?!