Classic Men T-shirt
- 100% Cotton (fiber content may vary for different colors)
- Medium fabric (5.3 oz/yd² (180 g/m²))
- Classic fit
- Tear away label
- Runs true to size
Rabbit Skins 3321
So, I don’t know if I should say you “had a baby on your own,” because you weren’t necessarily on your own. You had so much love and support around you. Is “single mom by choice” the Women are incredible shirt so you should to go to store and get this best way to describe it? Yes. But, even “single mom”—I always felt like it was a crown that I wasn’t worthy of wearing because I had a ton of helping hands. I met Sam when Hazel was seven months old and I had tons of friends and family helping me along the way, but I still aligned myself with the tribe of single mothers. I’ll still meet a single mother and I’ll be like, “Me too,” and then I have to walk it back. Life had other plans for me and I’m not going to complain that I fell in love with a wonderful man and that my daughter now has a father. It’s all gorgeous, but it’s also a little bit heartbreaking that I was taken from my women so soon.
No, it wasn’t. I had our whole life planned out. We were just gonna travel and be Mommy and Hazy against the Women are incredible shirt so you should to go to store and get this world. I had a very romantic idea of what it was to be a single mom. Babies don’t do anything in the beginning. It was such a precious time when she was an infant. Now that she’s seven and my son is two, I don’t know how single moms do it. I worship them. I had a very luxurious taste of being a single mom. In writing about your decision to become a single mom, you got a lot of supportive comments, but also some insidious ones, like, “No one will want you now.” Did you actually worry that having a baby would block your chances of meeting someone? No, I never saw the world that way. I had already veered so far from the traditional path that choosing to become a mother actually put me in more of a traditional orbit. I’m shocked by how many women feel sad at the notion of having a baby without a husband. I’m probably pretty insensitive about it because I’m always like, “Really? Why do you need some guy, like, hanging around telling you what to do?” But the truth is, it’s a tough pill to swallow for a lot of women, closing that chapter and opening a new one. My friend was 40 and really wanted kids. I was pushing the single-mom-by-choice thing on her, and she was crying herself to sleep every night because she didn’t want to do it without a husband. And that’s okay. In my case, it was the best idea in the world. I remember at someone’s baby shower, she was having a baby on her own, and she was like, “It’s my plan B.” And I was just like, “Oh, stop it. It’s plan A.” We’re pregnant. We’re healthy. We have careers and families that allow us to do this. We are the fortunate ones.