Pregnant after six months of dating

Do we ever truly and completely the people to whom we get hitched?

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I feel what I feel, and I’m not about to throw it away.

To quote James Joyce, “Love loves to love love.” I think, in the end, that’s all that should really matter.

(Olivier is also a composer and musician, so I’ve been getting that one a lot.) I’m not in a rush.

I’ve never been one of those women who’s had this gigantic desire to get married.

Ours was the shortest courtship that I had ever heard of.

Well, except for celebrities, but we all know how those turn out most of the time.

I have had longer relationships, and thus known other men “better,” but what I see as important and necessary to a healthy relationship, isn’t the same as when it was at 23, when I was in my last serious relationship. We’re both artists, liberals, feminists, atheists, and have strong connections to our family.

We want the same things for each other, for the people we love, and for the world around us.

As for fears that this is just about a green card — I don’t want to permanently live in Paris, nor does he want to permanently live in New York City. The rational side of me will always argue that love is a chemical reaction within human beings that forces us to, ultimately, keep the species going, but the romantic side of me, the one I’ve only recently discovered, has put rationale on the back burner.

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