A woman might have a lot of choices when it comes to the birth of her baby.
In this case, it might be a man.
The woman’s friend, who works in the sex industry, has just delivered her first child.
“It’s been a real roller coaster ride, and we are both very lucky,” she said.
She is currently in a relationship with the man she met through escort work.
His name is Scott, and they met through the escort community, she said, before deciding to go their separate ways.
He is a very strong, stable man, she says, and she has no doubt that he will be the father of their child.
“We are in a loving relationship.
We love each other,” she says.
It is important that we are comfortable with each other and are very good friends.
“Scott said he was excited to be the dad of his daughter, and was glad to be able to help her get through this tough time.
While Scott has no children, he does have three other adult children, all of whom are involved in escort work, she told News.co.au.
Scott said it was hard to tell if his first child was going to be a girl or boy, but he had confidence that she would have a healthy baby.”
I can tell you, I’m not concerned.
I’m confident she will be a beautiful baby girl, she’s so good,” he said.
Scott said Scott had been living with the mother of his child, who is now a nurse, since October, and he was devastated when he found out she was expecting her second child.
Scott said it felt like a huge burden for him.”
It was so hard, you know?
You’re so anxious, you’re so scared, you can’t sleep,” he says.”
So you’ve got a really strong man that’s not going to have kids, and you know, you just want to get on with your life.
You know, it’s just, you’ve just got to deal with it.
“Scott and his wife, Kelly, say they have a loving partner, and have no plans to change their lifestyle anytime soon.
They both said they would not change their ways.
Scott and Kelly said they were shocked and delighted to learn that their friend was pregnant.
Their friend has no intention of moving out of the house.”
You know what, I just don’t see any reason why I shouldn’t be the one to bear that child, I mean, she loves me very much,” Kelly says.
Kelly said she hoped her friend would carry on the good life, and would be able a healthy and happy future for her child.
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