15 October 2009

Yes, I had sex!

If pregnancy proves one thing, it’s that you are sexually active.


I was not a virgin when I got married.

This will come as a shock to absolutely no-one, not even my mother. But somehow, even getting married was less of a mind shift than when the sperm and the egg knocked together.

I remember feeling a bit sheepish phoning and telling my parents that, within two months of my wedding day, I was pregnant.

Because let’s face it, when you have a positive pregnancy test, chances are (failing divine intervention or a highly unusual fertility procedure), you've had sex. I might as well have phoned my doting, but rather conservative dad, and said: 'I’ve had sex, Dad!'

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