Post by runningfromlions on Oct 26, 2011 16:40:42 GMT -4
Oh no it's nothing like that we both live in Belfast its cause he's from new York and we've been discussing mOving back cause ir would be better for him for work an cause I travel with work I can live anywhere but he wants the baby to be born in new York and then they'll be American but I want them to be born in Belfast cause if we're moving to the states then I want the baby to be born in British.
I know I love it!! They keep kicking and moving about it's amazing, I never had morning Sickness so I was really lucky, you'll never guess what day I'm due (2nd of march) haha jovi related baby much!?
Post by fivefivegenie on Oct 26, 2011 19:43:26 GMT -4
I only know this because I was looking up this very thing for a friend a week or so ago - not sure if you & your husband are aware, but in many cases babies born with a parent who is a US citizen in another country have dual citizenship. This site explains the details well: www.richw.org/dualcit/faq.html#borndual
Post by runningfromlions on Nov 14, 2011 15:01:31 GMT -4
Hey well it's been a while since I updated my lil pregnancy...thing haha. So much has been happening it's unreal! I am now the size of a house not even joking went up a dress size in 6 months almost cried when I couldn't fit into my size 8 jeans anymore . But on the plus side 16 days till maternity leave (not that I'm counting or anything haha) I can't wait no more flying! (planes really aren't that comfy for pregnant women they should think about us more haha). Bubba's doing great rolling about all over the place and kicking like you wouldn't believe! And there a David fan been listening to his album a lot and it calms them right down all the kicking stops . And we came to an agreement the baby is going to be born in Belfast but as soon as we're ready going to go apartment hunting in new York, Wilson wants to go home haha. Promise I'll try and update before the babies born cause it doesn't half feel like I never post anymore, but I am on everyday to check the daily motivation cause god knows I need it Haha
Post by runningfromlions on Nov 14, 2011 16:16:11 GMT -4
Yup 16!! Have a mini calendar made up with the days getting crossed off, I can't wait the thought of having to get on another plane makes me cry a little, I've got one for job before my leave, gotta go to Spain for a week but then I'm done
Post by alicefaye4jon on Nov 20, 2011 9:31:07 GMT -4
I have a Jovi sister who is a flight attendant who was preggers with twin boys (Cameron John and Andrew Michael). You think it's hard for pregnant women to sit on a flight in those small seats, try having to walk and serve drinks and food with twins in the belly.
Dual citizenship is right my aunt and uncle were stationed in Italy and Gary Junior had dual citizenship until he was 16 and then he had to decide which country he wanted to be a citizen of. Just remember what age your country's army goes by. At 16 Gary would have been enlisted in the Italian army.