I'm going to be an aunt! (by blood this time and not by marriage) During the worst of my step-mom's stay in the hospital, my 20 year old sister found out she's pregnant. When she told me, I couldn't say anything. I just stood there and stared at her with my mouth hanging open, waiting on her to say April fools. I still can't believe it and I still want to remove a body part on the baby daddy but I'm starting to get that giggly "I'm going to be an aunt" feeling. It's done and over with and it means a new life so no sense moaning and groaning over it, right? However.......she managed to hook up with her very own toad/monkey boy. The guy is THIRTY TWO and has two other kids by two other women. One he's never seen as he signed off on rights. (Mom was a one night stand). The last I heard, my sis (A) had talked to him and was informed of: 1. he will be going to Miami to work and will be there until after this baby is born. (How convenient) and 2. He supposedly intends on marrying the mother of his 6 year old. AAAARRRRGGGHHHHHH. I can't understand why she got involved with this guy. She called him a "good friend". Um yeah, I'd say. AND she told me that she thought the only time you could get pregnant was right before your period because THAT'S when you ovulate. SIIIIIIIIIIIGH. This is the same girl who has been to the gyno for cysts and should know how her cycle works. PLUS she's taken two years of nursing (or pre-nursing) classes in college! Huh? Oh yeah....new life. Yeah. Sweet little baby in the family. So....that's the latest. I guess A's mom (my step-mom) knows. I haven't talked to her yet so I don't know her feelings yet. I'm guessing she'll be disappointed but the same as me. New baby and all. Oh, and step-mom had a defibrilator put in on Friday and is going home tomorrow. For having died twice, she is doing amazing! (Must have been all that nekkidness......scared her heart back into gear! LOL) Thank you again for all of the thoughts and prayers. Now I think she will need them for the strength to keep her from strangling my Dad for being a bit overprotective.