Having a large family may be extremely satisfying for parents who have always desired a large family, but one mother is tired of getting asked the same questions about her family over and over again by strangers on the internet. Ariel Tyson, who goes by the handle @arielctyson on social media, broadᴄᴀsᴛs videos of her chaotic family life with her husband and six boys on Instagram and TikTok, and she has been posting pregnancy updates in recent months, as she is expecting her seventh child.
People will not stop asking whether she is having more children in the hopes of having a baby girl, according to the former college professor, since they believe she is “disappointed” with having six males. “No matter if you’re a girl or a boy, because regrettably, it also appears to define your value to many, you will have a special place in our family for the rest of your life,” Ariel said on Instagram of her upcoming delivery.
The mother also posted a TikTok video in which she answered some of her most commonly asked questions, such as whether she only has a large family because she wants a daughter. “No way!” she said. We’d always wished for a large family. “At first, I believed there would be four to five children,” Ariel said she is frequently asked if she wants a baby girl, as well as how she and her husband manage to keep up with the expenditures of having such a big family.
“We have a budget and save,” she stated in the same video. And we’re both employed!” “We have family time and individual time, and they flourish with siblings as best friends too!” she remarked in answer to a question about making sure her kids got adequate attention. Ariel is expecting her seventh kid, however, this is technically her eighth pregnancy due to the loss of one child during her first pregnancy. The mother had been informed she had a 90% chance of never carrying a child to term, but her luck changed owing to a “very exceptional doctor.”
“I was told after we lost our first that there was a 90% chance I’d lose every kid I became pregnant with,” she added, “but God made it possible via the gift of a very unique doctor who performed a procedure created only a few years before I had it done.” I’m not blind to miracles. I feel you if you’re sᴜffᴇʀɪɴɢ through ɪɴfᴇʀᴛɪʟɪᴛʏ or ʙᴇʀᴇᴀᴠᴇᴍᴇɴᴛ, and it’s okay to cry and surround yourself with those who care and listen, according to The Sun. “There were lots of people around me who wouldn’t, but I discovered a tribe of moms who had gone before me.”