gadian: Watubi: gadian:No birth control is 100%, ask my third childI doubt so much birth control failed all at once. I'll never understand the "oh you're back, BABIES NOW!" mentality of military families. Especially if you have one for each deployment.
Kiz: What's really sad is that it actually takes 10 months from conception to birth.
ace in your face: gadian: ace in your face: Fail. You might want to take a biology class.Anyway, I have a welcome home baby. I am pretty sure I got pregnant the very first night. I would never recommend it because it made readjusting to being a couple really difficult, especially since I was too ill to have any more sex after about a month. But it was nice having a BUNCH of people I know have babies the same time as me. I had lots of friends going through the same things which made being a new mother much easier.Wait, you've had a kid and don't know that the average pregnancy is 40 weeks? 40 weeks = 10 months. You guys really ARE too stupid to wrap it up.If you think that CONCEPTION until birth is 40 weeks then you are a farking Moran. From the last period ie WEEKS before conception to the due date is 40 weeks. This would mean you were already "pregnant" before you had even had sex. Which is why the term is incredibly stupid. You should look into that biology class too.
Tobin_Lam: CarrieWhite: buzzcut73: [static.squarespace.com image 400x384]/ObligKendra Kaplan, 5 months pregnant, watches as her husband SSG Joshua Kaplan and fellow U.S. Army soldiers arrive on August 18, 2009 in Fort Carson, Colorado. She had brought a sealed envelope with an ultrasound, so that they could learn the baby's gender together upon Joshua's arrival. The Kaplans will be having a baby boy, conceived during Joshua's mid-term leave in March. Approximately 575 soldiers from the 2nd Brigade Combat team from the 4th Infantry Division returned following a 12 month deployment to Iraq. At lower left is their son Ayden, 3.The guy got to come back in the middle of deployment? Does that happen often or was he back due to other emergency circumstances?
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knbwhite: jaylectricity: Just what we need...more kids living on taxpayer dollars.IIRC, there is no more pay, since a married soldier is getting the "with dependent" subsistence allowance. The extra expense to the gov is the he medical care, and perhaps larger quarters on base.As an E-5 with 3 kids we needed WIC to get by. Lived in a place where I didn't want to be and missed the birth of one of my kids due to Desert Storm. That's part of the deal though.
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