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I have always wanted to skydive. I don’t really remember a time when I didn’t. It always looked fun and scary as hell all at once. It’s a tad funny now because once I had kids, I became instantly afraid of dying. But even with that, It’s something I plan on doing one day. Once I’m done having babies and they are older, I will be jumping out of a plane with a parachute.
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I think a lot of people wish this. They wish they had seen more or done more. My thing is that I won’t be able to see a lot of Europe until the kids are either older or out of the house. I would love to see Rome, Paris, London and maybe go to Ireland. But the expense for use and two-three kids is a lot. I just wish I could have seen it all before.
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Another “dare devil” activity I think would be a blast!
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Growing up, we moved, a lot. It was Illinois, Arizona, Illinois, Oregon, Illinois. We always came back here but besides my sister, I don’t care to live in this area. I love Chicago but being on the west coast, we were able to see a lot. We traveled to San Diego and San Francisco. We saw they awesome Red Wood Forest in Northern Cali. I’ve been all over Oregon and Washington.
I loved/love Washington. I’m a big city girl at heart. I love all that city’s have to offer. Tons of people, fantastic food and there is always something to do. This is why it was a huge deal for me to go to New York City. I crave city life. I married a man who loves Illinois. His family is here. He loves it completely. Chances of us moving are slim to none until I’m at least 30. I wish I had moved more before I had the monsters.
5:Gone to College
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This one is pretty easy. It would be nice to already have a degree. It would be great if I was already Allie Ferriera RN. It’ll happen I know but it will probably be a much more daunting task because I have to worry about my kids, homework, writing papers and clinicals. Again I know it can be done but it would be an easier task if I had done it before kids!
Do you wish you had done thinks before having your kids?
I realize that one or any of these could mean that I didn’t have my kids. If it was either do all this or have my kids and husband, then there is NO question in which I would pick.