Pregnant after 4 months dating

17-Sep-2017 18:24

R and B star Brandy who started dating rapper Sir The Baptist just four months ago is reportedly pregnant with his baby according to snitches who hinted gossip website Mediatakeout.

While the 38-year-old mother of one posted the above 'suspicious' photo on her Instagram yesterday, MTO's source revealed: I normally don’t spread rumors, especially about my girl Brandy, but as Wendy would say – the streets are talking.

Your object of desire is laden with fantasies and projections. That's why I always say to myself, to my friends, and to you, single people, check in after three months and tell me how great the new person you're dating is.

I think it takes about three months to strip away the layers and start to see this person for who they really are. " The more and less obvious discoveries about another are made in that three-month period. Do they want to hang out once a week or six times a week and does that mesh with what you want? If everything is still coming up roses, maybe I'll dance a jig with you.

I have to assume that either way my relationship with this girl is through. She had a marriage fail because she would have a tough time getting pregnant, and then BAM...gets preggerz by you. Only because Ive seen situations similar to this where it turns out that the woman secretly wanted to get pregnant.

And I wouldnt put it past some girl you barely know to do that...especially as she's getting older and closer to an age where kids will be even harder to have. And while logically its not best to start a relationship this way..might logically be one of her best chances at having a kid if she really does have trouble with that normally.

I can't even count the number of times that I or a friend started dating someone and days or even weeks later found out there was something seriously messed up about him. " "Oh, you just got out of a 10-year relationship last week? That's stuff you need to know before you move forward. But it might take me six months to a year before I'm buying this "my future husband" business.

While I understand the reality of the situation (and that you've only been together a month), why are you assuming your relationship is through? Or is it that this situation has brought to light where you see this relationship going?

Whatever the reason, one thing was clear: we were not going to be together.