So you’re married..

Er mah gad. I’m nearly 30. Slash yes I have literally just turned 27 but hey. It’s got me thinking. What next?

I have never been one of those girls who has planned their wedding since they were younger. I literally had no idea what dress I would wear, who would be my bridesmaids or where I would get married. Although I definitely had the food on lock down. Priorities and all that.

All I knew was that I wanted to have the traditional family life. A house, a husband, a dog and plenty of children running round! I have been married for 6 and a half months now and it is absolute bliss. Nothing much has changed, apart from the fact, and it sounds ridiculous, but I love Seany a little bit more. I feel like I’m lucky to be able to say I have a husband. Now I know, not everyone wants that life but for me, I definitely do.

The next question everyone asks, once the flurry of your wedding is over, is ‘When are you having children?’ I used to say it to married people all the time but now I know the pressure it creates, I apologise to all of you!!

Now anyone who knows me, knows I have literally wanted children since forever. I have always said I want six, and the fact Sean was SO fine with that, made me know he was the one for me. I would love to start a family A$AP Rocky, but I am a strong believer of what will be, will be. I always look at the glass half full, but for some reason I feel that if I think of the worst then things can only get better… Does that make sense? You spot people falling pregnant at the drop of a hat and all I know is that whole scene in Mean Girls about getting pregnant is utter horse shit and falling pregnant that easily is actually a miracle.

In the mean time, I am thoroughly happy prepping our home for the next installment of Mr & Mrs Burke, whatever it brings.

Although I CANNOT wait to turn one of the spare rooms into a Nursery…. #wishfulthinking.

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