Suzanne Shaw ‘Terrified Of Getting Pregnant’

‘It will take another couple of years before I decide to have another child,’ she admits. ‘I had such a difficult first pregnancy, I’m afraid of becoming pregnant again. I don’t ever want to give up my career – it keeps me the person I am. I couldn’t ever be a full time mum and I don’t want to be. I want my son to see that there’s ambition in our family.’

Source: Now! Magazine


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  • Cords

    What utter drivel!! She is talking nonsense all in the name of trying to cover up her selfish ambition.

    “I don’t ever want to give up my career – it keeps me the person I am. I couldn’t ever be a full time mum and I don’t want to be. I want my son to see that there’s ambition in our family.”

    If that’s the only way for him to see ambition…. then I feel very sorry for the child!

  • Nicole

    I don’t think there’s anything wrong with not wanting to give up your career when you have kids – some people are perfectly content being full time moms and some aren’t.

  • dea

    I agree with Nicole in this. At least she admits/acknowledges it unlike some people *cough J-lo* who declares being a full time mom/no nanny but still out and about without her kids.

  • Bluezy

    I may be a working mom, and not a “stay-at-home mom”…but I’m still a full-time mom. I don’t know of a mother who isn’t thinking of her children and their well being 24/7. I’m always “on-call” as a mother.

  • tif

    Personally, I think a coupla months of feeling horrible is worth it to have a child of your own forever.
    I cant believe this nit-wit implies that we have no ambition if we choose to stay at home.
    I dont ever want my career to define me, and I would loathe for my children to have that as an example. It could be the best job in the world, I wouldn’t choose it over my children.

  • Jen

    To each their own — Moms need to do what make them happy….

    Personally I used to have busy & fun career with lots of traveling, but staying home with mine has been the most ambitious thing I’ve ever done…