About Moi

madamexbyjohnsingersargent1.jpgTo you, I’m Mrs. X.  I like being anonymous because it allows me to overshare with perfect strangers on the Internet.  I can tell you that I am 36 37  38 years old, married to Mr. X since 2003, and working lawyer mom to Rex, born in 2010, and our naturally conceived victory baby, Little Miss born in 2012.  We also have two cats. We had a wonderful pooch, G, who died in 2013.  I miss him dearly (but not his fur on everything).

I started blogging in 2007 under the name “The Young and the Infertile” to talk about my journey to become a mom.  I finally became one in 2010 when Rex was born, but I still wanted to overshare blog so I changed names and just kept going.  This was a good thing because after the infertility and miscarriage drama, I got post-partum depression, which I swear I did not get just to have something new to blog about. These days, I’m ok and working on staying ok.

Other little funny things about me: I’m an only child. I suck at sharing. I curse alot.  I’m an introvert.  I’m an Atheist.  I’m a photographer. I do crossword puzzles in pen.  I quilt and make semi-useful things out of fabric.  I’m a writer.  I’m a reader.  I used to be a good speller.  I was salutatorian of my high school class.  I’ve been on the cover of Time.  I’m a reformed pessimist.

I’m a work in progress.

8 thoughts on “About Moi

  1. Hello, it’s lovely to meet you. I was going to comment on your Bloggy love post, but I inadvertently left one of those unattractive looking ping messages instead.
    “I love words, including knickers…” That’s one of my favourite words and one reason why I loved ‘Bad Jelly the Witch’ by Spike Milligan so much when I was little, ’cause Bad Jelly said it as a curse. And if I was lucky enough to have a cat I would definitely want to call him the Bad One for real.

  2. I am desperate to take up the piano too!

    Mrs. X: it’s a wonderful instrument – I played in college and really enjoyed it. The problem is that I’m a snob and I want a baby grand and I have no room for a baby grand.

  3. Hi, I’m looking forward to reading your blog. I just found it via The 2011 Photography Project. My Blue entry is posted, too. Sorry to burst your bubble about the chemtrails. It’s disturbing, right?

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