I’m A Pregnant Mum-Of-Six Boys – I’m Sick Of People Always Asking The Same Thing

Parents who have a lot of kids often have to deal with strange questions. From a US couple, people have cooked their heads on social media by repeatedly asking the same question.

A pregnant mother of six boys says she can’t stand to see people asking if she’s sad because she still doesn’t have a girl. Arie and her husband, Michael, decided not to find out the gender of their new baby during their new pregnancy.

The mother, who is pregnant with her seventh baby, has vented on her social media about the most frequently asked questions she receives. Ariel and Michael, who live in Tennessee (USA), are looking forward to the arrival of their son or daughter, but reveal that they can’t deal with some comments anymore, such as people who think they are disappointed that they don’t have a girl.

Ariel, who previously worked as a university professor, had a difficult time in her first pregnancy as  she ʟᴏsᴛ her first child . “I was told that I would possibly ʟᴏsᴇ every baby I got pregnant with,” the mother explained. However, after ᴛʀᴇᴀᴛᴍᴇɴᴛ, she was able to get pregnant without any problems. During this period, the teacher adds that her support network was fundamental.

In their new pregnancy, the couple chose not to know the s.ᴇx of their baby, despite receiving many questions about it. “It doesn’t matter if you’re a girl or a boy, because, sadly, that also seems to determine your worth to many. You will have a special place in our family for your entire life,” the mother told her still-born baby.

Ariel explained that in addition to the questions about the s.ᴇx of her baby, she was always asked if she would be disappointed not to have a daughter. “A good answer for a mom who has all boys or all girls or even lots of children is, ‘Wow amazing!!! I love that you have all these boys and girls or kids! What a blessing!'” she exclaimed. The teacher had four of her children at home and intended for her new baby to be born that way too.

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