Also a preggo smoker

I recently saw the post of the preggo smoker. Well, it made me think of posting my own confession. I am also preggo (5 months) and have chosen to continue to smoke as much as a want (currently 2 packs a day). I also believe like the other posters that smoking during pregnacy isn't as bad as it's cracked up to be. And i agree whole heartedly with the earlier guy that posted that just because i am preggo doesn't mean i should suffer. I am going to continue to enjoy myself and smoke whenever I feel like it. I must admit that the first month or 2 I felt guilty about smoking, but not any more. I even smoke where people aren't allowed to smoke, and because I'm a preggo, no one says anything. It's really interesting. Yesterday, I went so far as to light up in a restaurant, and was able to finish half of my cig before the waiter came over an apoligetically told me to put it out. I mean, women have been preggo and smoked for many decades; what could possible be wrong with it? My older sister smoked with her boy, and he is now 8. She now even lets him light some of her cigs for her and take puffs from hers. She says if he decides to start smoking, she will let him. That sounds like something I would like to do with my kid too, when it is older.

Oct 3, 2014

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  • Thats awesome that you have decided to not stop smoking at 5 months pregnant. I love the fact you like to smoke in places its not allowed and the restaurant thing, Nice. I also think its great your sis smoked with her boy and will let him smoke when/if he chooses, maybe she should encourage him more.

  • Oh my goodness I have just read your confession and, unlike each of the angry posts you have received, I actually really relate to you and became a smoker when I was just 7 with my Aunty's encouragement and guidance. I absolutely loved every minute of it, and just loved how smoking made me feel and the sight of myself smoking made me feel aroused. I rapidly got addicted (I actually wanted to) and was a packet of 25s a day smoker whenever I was staying at my Aunty's, which fortunately for me, was often.

    After I had been smoking for about six months, my Aunty got pregnant, and I watched her smoke 30 plus cigarettes a day right throughout her pregnancy like it was the most natural thing in the world. Even though I was pre-pubescent, seeing my aunty smoking next to me (also smoking) nursing her big tummy, made me completely stiff.

    I love your honesty and bravery, and I know the do-gooders out there just don't go deep enough to appreciate that some people value the feeling of comfort and sensuality that smoking provides more than more than money and health fanaticism. I really do wonder what has happened since your confession and would like to know how things are going for you as a smoking mum. I really do think you should help your little one to get started and feel the pleasure of a cigarette. Just because a child is young, doesn't mean that they don't love smoking just as much as an adult. I have just helped my 5 yr granddaughter begin smoking and, six months down the track, she is happily smoking a packet a day whenever she is with me. She tells me she feels lucky, and like she's got something special in her life.

    You should just go for it and enjoy every minute of it.

  • Hi Smoking Young! I occasionally still check my old post along with others and was surprised to find a new comment! I love your account of how you started smoking and encourage others to smoke.
    I am very happy to report that my son was born healthy and has been so ever since. My husband and I have been cranking out kids since then and currently also have a 4 year old girl, another girl who is two and a half, and one on the way at 4 months preggo. I have continued to smoke 2 packs a day throughout and have had zero complications and all kids were born healthy and are healthy today. My oldest really started to get into play-smoking when he was 5 so we gradually let hm go from play-smoking to actually smoking, which he does today at almost a pack a day. My four year old girl is starting like him to really want to smoke, so I am just letting her have puffs off of mine, but I've caught her smoking whole cigarettes, probably compliments of her brother. My husband and I thus are talking about just letting her smoke.
    My Mom had 5 kids and smoked through all 5 pregnancies and everything turned out fine. My sis has had 2 kids, same result. My husband and I want 6 kids, and I of course will smoke through those pregnancies, too.
    Happy smoking!

  • Dont think about letting the 4yo old smoke do it! I bet what she is smoking she is enjoying it herself. I think its great her bro is helping her (if thats the case). Good on him for smoking almost a pack a day sounds like he does really enjoy it himself. When do u think you will start the 2 1/2 year old smoking? Your sis has 2 and smoke through pregnancies good for her but do her kids smoke yet? My daughters both smoked through pregnancies and between them have 4 kids all with no problem and all smokers and range in age from 3-13.

  • I'm the same as you and occasionally surf back thru my comments re the child and pregnant smoking issue...I was so glad to get your reply...I have read multitudes of posts from people just like you and me who either were themselves a child that was allowed to smoke and/or a parent, aunty etc who has supported their kids to start smoking...AND, I have never once heard anyone saying anything other than that it was a wonderful experience and brought the relationship between the adult and the child closer together...also I have many parents say that, just because their child smokes...doesn't mean they are bad - to the contrary, once a child begins smoking it makes them a much calmer and mature child...
    I think the decision you have made to help your beloved kids start smoking is great and it speaks volumes for you as a loving and sensual human being...I am to this day eternally grateful to my Aunty Clare for sensing in me a need for a way to comfort and sooth myself with a cigarette...lots of people would say I was corrupted if not abused...but that's total s*** as far as I'm concerned...becoming a smoker at age 7 meant a much happier childhood for me....and a better level of confidence and self belief in myself as a unique and special child....I have literally hundreds of wonderful memories of smoking situations as a child....even now when I look back at old photos of myself smoking, I have to say (as Aunty Clare so often said to me herself) that I looked so totally cute and adorable...
    Just wondering whether you have let your little ones smoke in front of other adults and kids...believe me for one who has been their both as a child and an adult supporting a feels quite electrifying to be a child smoking together with other mothers and adults...and, if you dare...out in public smoking as a little one with a loving adult by their side...
    I'd love to share emails if you are interested - my address is

  • Maybe your sister should tell her boy to light two and keep one for himself.

  • Ur an idiot f*** read a book

  • And obviously you're on the less intelligent human list.. along w your friend exposing an 8yo to smoking. It says "smoking kills" on the box but I'm not sure your ignorant government supported ass could read that. What I would bet though is you aren't sure who the father is from your whoring around.... typical low class welfare hoe. Poor child born into a life destined for the same, and the cycle continues.

  • Your such an idiot. Why did you even become pregnant. Stop ruining the potential life of your baby, why don't you just abort your killing it either way. And your sister she is dumb too, who would let their son at 8 smoke, your whole family must be a bunch of idiots.

  • Abort. You'll be doing the kid a favor. Partly because he/she won't be subject to the results of his mother smoking in utero, but mostly because he/she won't be subject to you. You're a disaster, you're an idiot, and you're totally irredeemable.

  • 2 packs a day?! Just because one person on an anonymous board says they've done it or even your sister smokes and everything seems to be fine with her child, doesn't make it okay. There is no doubt, quitting any habit is hard and difficult. But you would think that a really good reason to quit would be not only your health, but the health of your child. Guess the proven research conducted by both The American Heart Association and Lung Association on the dangers of smoking and second and (now) third hand smoke doing is just a bunch of b.s.? Since you seem to be a follower, why don't you do what other people do too (and shouldn't while pregnant), like drink alcohol, or shoot up and smoke crack cocaine. Because you know, like your argument from above that because one person does it, it should be okay for you too and well not every mother who did those things throughout their pregnancies thought it would be hard to quit or that it would affect their kid. Your child doesn't stand a chance.

  • That's disgusting!

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