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Knocked Up Again. Oh Hi There… I'm Molly

By Molly Thornberg |

Hi My Name is Molly

HELLO there. I thought i’d kick off my time here at Babble with an intro.  A getting to know you before you judge me and leave nasty comments.. I’m kidding, I know you are TOO nice to do that. So here it is, the who, what, when…

The Who:

Hi. My name is Molly.

**Hi Molly**

I’m 32 and knocked up for the 2nd year in a row with my 4th child. I specialize in stupid photos and silly faces (or a hand, depending on mood) when a camera is placed in front of me.

Example A.

Knocked Up

I warned you.

To me, it’s all about family . These are my other WHO’s. It all starts with baby #1.

My husband and I have been married since I was 19, he was 21. Fortunately he had a good job, we quickly bought a house and were ready to start this baby thing.

Infertility Strikes

After trying 4 years to have a baby the old fashion way, we decided to see an infertility specialist. After 2 rounds of Clomid, we conceived our 1st child.

Z is now 7 and is our princess. AKA the only girl in the house, minus a girl dog.

Z, she also makes cheesy faces like her MOM!

My girl Z, who also specializes in silly faces

I Got Pregnant While On Birth Control

We were over the moon with this cute little thing. She was spoiled rotten. I was on birth control. Aunt flow didn’t show up. Confused, I peed on a pregnancy test and found out I was pregnant – again. We still laugh because there is no messing up (we thought) using the ring fort birth control – but God had plans for us and our boy E who is now 5.

The Middle Kid, E

E, the sweetest boy - heart him!

4 Years of Trying for Baby #3

After having E, who was the absolute dream baby (he slept thru the night at 3 weeks people!) – we decided to have a third. Well we should know better then to try to decide anything. After 4 years of trying, we conceived our 3rd, baby I. He’s now 11 months.

Our 11 month old baby.... for now

Worth the wait!

I'm Knocked Up Again

So #4 – we wanted a large family, 4 kids sounded perfect. I mean, my husband was raised Mormon. I was raised Catholic. While we are both non-denom Christians, we should honor that religious heritage with a big, huge family – RIGHT?  So here’s the plan. We would wait for the baby to get out of diapers, make sure all our ducks were in a row – then we’d have a fourth child. HA! Again, there goes with us TRYING.

BAM. In early January, I was in the doctor’s office laying on the ultrasound table. Just days earlier a pregnancy test showed 2 lines, which typically means PREGNANT. But I had just had a kid that we had tried 4 years to have that kid. There was NO way I could of magically gotten pregnant, not this time!

The tech does his thing with the ultrasound device – and on the screen we see a baby. Not a bean or what appears to be a clump of cells like we usually see in the first ultrasound – this kid looked REAL. We are talking hands, moving legs and all!  I was 10 weeks pregnant. CRAP, I’M PREGNANT. AGAIN. (and by CRAP I mean, yay!) And wait, how am I 10 weeks pregnant and just finding this out. *sigh*

baby number 4


The Baby Daddy

Besides being a mom to my lovies, I’m the wife to Sean – who is my rock and baby daddy. When anyone asks me how I do it, I tell them it’s all because of him.

Well IT IS (part) his fault that I am knocked up (for 4th time, did I mention that?) – but I mean seriously he is the glue that binds the family together. We’ve been married for 13 years this year. He is the yin to my yang – the left brain to my right brain. You get the point.

baby daddy sean

The man who is responsible for all of the above.

When not being mom or a wife, I work full-time as Director of Digital Media facilitating the web, social media and e-marketing of a live events company. And when I’m not doing that, I blog at and being the digital mom that I am – I tweet regularly @digitalmolly. Smell a theme here? If you guessed DIGITAL, you win!

The What:

I’m stoked to be sharing this adventure with you, as well as all kinds of fun “being pregnant” deets.

The When:

This baby is 18 weeks – we’re delivering late July. 4th kid, yes I’m inducing – don’t make me explain on my first post!

Okay. I’m done.

Now your turn. Tell me about YOU. GO!

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About Molly Thornberg


Molly Thornberg

Molly Thornberg is a wife and mother of four. She worked in web design and social media marketing before quitting to pursue blogging full time. On Digital Mom Blog, Molly shares "geeky" DIY projects, discusses the latest technology news, and talks about her life as a parent. Read bio and latest posts → Read Molly's latest posts →

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10 thoughts on “Knocked Up Again. Oh Hi There… I'm Molly

  1. Katie (you know the one) says:

    You’re little lovelies make me wanna have some AND I need to get one of those handsome devils!

    1. digitalmom says:

      :) your time will be here soon enough

  2. Heather Mae j says:

    Just now reading this. What a baby rollercoaster, Molly. Very happy for you guys!

    1. digitalmom says:

      :) thanks Heather – looking forward to meeting Tabitha! (and Karch!)

  3. Elle says:

    Congrats! I’m 18 weeks as well, except this is my first, so I have no idea what I’m doing. Can’t wait to read and follow along!

    1. digitalmom says:

      Thanks Elle! Congrats to you. Is this your first?

  4. Helen Palmer says:

    I’m expecting baby no 2 also in late July – a miraculous surprise after years of trying, 3 ops and IVF for our little lad no.2 (born Aug 2009)!

    Congrats to all of you – lovely post :-)

  5. Betsy says:

    Congrats, Congrats!

  6. Wendy Nelson says:

    I am a mom of 6 -yes, 6. I have decided I will make myself a t-shirt which primarily says, “yes, they are ALL mine, no, i didn’t start at 13, YES – I KNOW what causes it, and no, I am not Catholic though I used to be…..” I LOVE my children & can’t imagine life without a single one of them. They are 22, 19, 16, 13, 12, and 21 months – yea, yea, I know, I started OVER at 41 but none-the-less, she is an amazing blessing who makes my day and her siblings love, love, love her. I think a big family is beautiful and I am TOTALLY sick of people who tell me it’s time to stop now or ask if I am done yet, I may be mentally done at times but my body is still able – maybe God isn’t done giving them to me. Obviously I must be doing something right in his eyes, huh??!! LOL Have a very blessed day, Molly! Best wishes to you and your family!

  7. Tanzi Quinn says:

    Hello Molly! I have just turned 33 and am having my 5th child! I am on my 7th pregnancy though. I had my 12 year old daughter and then we decided to try again and I ended up miscarrying. Then after a few months of waiting, we were ready to jump back on that horse. I then had my son who is now 9. I thought I was done having children, especially after I divorced. I was on birth control and along came my now 5 year old son! I was so blessed to have him. He has taught me the most about life out of all of my children! Then again while on birth control, no period came, and I now have my beautiful son who will be 2 in May! So my fiance and I decided that we wanted to have a big family, we were not really trying, but were not trying to NOT get pregnant either and when my youngest was 6 months old we found out that I was pregnant again! Unfortunately, that pregnancy also ended in a miscarriage. So we tried and tried and tried and finally 8 months later I got pregnant again! I am now 32 weeks pregnant and I am with Wendy here, I am sick of people asking if I am going to stop, because I am the one raising them, so why does someone else care how many children I have? I’m not giving them to someone else to raise. I actually have a maternity t-shirt that says “Yes, I’m pregnant again and yes, I know what causes it!” Good luck to you and your family, you have beautiful

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