In these small instances, Kate and I were very much the same. We both wanted just one more, our husbands were happy with the family we already had. I had spent the past year going through horrible needles, Clomid and 4 unsuccessful IUI's that almost broke us. I was blessed to have wonderful insurance that covered one shot (chance) at a successful pregnancy. One In-Vitro Fertilization. Your ideally supposed to retrieve 15-20 good eggs to choose from to implant. I only had 5. And although I was only implanted with two eggs, I was made aware that there was a chance we could end up with triplets. I don't know how it happens in other States, but here in New York they pride themselves in creating the best chance of pregnancy with the lowest risk of multiple births. And after my scare when I lost baby B at 8 weeks, baby A (Ava) was a 12lb. 11oz. (yes, you read right) cutie patoodie that has blessed my life ever since. We spent last night laughing and wondering what it would have been like with triplets. I don't think we would be alive right now to talk about it (lol).
Jon Finally Makes A Statement to End The Rumors
Thank you so much Nina for putting out such great news! As per his rep you can see on RADAR:
"It is certainly hurtful for people to spread rumors and lies about us. It certainly makes me reluctant to live my life like the average person would. This has made it very clear that the simplest innocent gesture -- such as taking a picture with a fan, can be taken out of context."
"As you can see on the show, I am not perfect, but I am a part of a loving family and couple."The Gosselins Say Goodbye To The Old House
I felt bad that tonight my TV heart was all over the place. I do not and have never watched The Bachelor, however with all the juicy gossip going on I HAD to see what this guy was going to do when he picks one girl in the finale and then changes his mind. Men. There's something to be grateful about when you look at your husband and thankfully say "Glad that's not me". I say this because just like the Gosslins, people are attracted to controversy, attracted to gossip. It ruined what would have otherwise been my Gosselin Night. I mean, they played the "Trip to Disney" tonight which is one of my favorite episodes! But alas, I couldn't get into tonight's episode....
If tonight's Moving episode was the last 2 minutes of the show, it would have been great. It literally brought an actual tear to my eye seeing those kids running around the house in montages. But it was more about finding junk you never knew you had which is pretty much every day at my house! I loved seeing the kids enjoying the crayons on the floor, and the feeling of sadness myself seeing the lights coming down. It did feel kinda like the end. Which is why I don't understand why they didn't save it for the March 23rd season finale. It would have felt great to know that even though the season was ending, next season would be here soon! Aaden, Joel, and Leah fought over burping the teddy bear was absolutely precious. And when Jon talked about not wanting to let go of any of his dad's stuff, I thought I was going to cry. But on a positive note, I thought Kate was great tonight, and I didn't realize how emotional even I would be seeing them leave that house...Who do you think will buy it? How crazy will it be to be living in that house? Do you think it will be a fan of the show?
I was reading somewhere that the whole family was at the Harlem Globetrotters this week for a show and of course a fuss was made that they were there. And instead of going, wow, they must have had a blast, that must have been fun, I was only thinking, what will people say about ANOTHER perk of being the Gosselins.....