Bristol Palin, the daughter of Sarah Palin who once was paid over $250,000 to be an “Abstinence Ambassador” is about to become an unwed mother for the second time. Bristol had previously called off her wedding after it was discovered that her fiancé had been married before and had not yet gotten a divorce. A few possible names for her 2nd child include: Tinder, Christian Mingle, e-Harmony and if it’s a girl, Sarah The Second.
Here’s what twitter has to say about it:
@CAlvarezAranyos: Bristol Palin should name her second child ‘hypocrisy.’
@Puddinstrip: I hope one day Bristol Palin can balance her busy schedule of being an abstinence advocate and telling dudes she meets on Tinder to pull out
“I wanted you to be the first to know that I am pregnant,” she wrote on her blog. “Honestly, I’ve been trying my hardest to keep my chin up on this one.”
“At the end of the day there’s nothing I can’t do with God by my side, and I know I am fully capable of handling anything that is put in front of me with dignity and grace,” she wrote, admitting, “I know this has been, and will be, a huge disappointment to my family, to my close friends, and to many of you.”
According to Radar Online, rumors about her pregnancy have been running wild in Wasilla for weeks.
“Bristol has been telling pals she’s preggers,” a Wasilla insider toled Radar. “Three months along.”
That’s possibly why Bristol wrote at the top of her ‘don’t pick on me’ post, “I’m announcing this news a lot sooner than I ever expected due to the constant trolls who have nothing better to talk about!!!” (Republican exclamation marks, hers)
Update: Bristol Palin is fighting back, and now claims her out of wedlock prenancy was “planned.” She also calls her critics “giddy a$$holes.” At least she got the “giddy ” part right.
Bristol says: “I made a mistake, but it’s not the mistake all these giddy a$$holes have loved to assume. This pregnancy was actually planned.Everyone knows I wanted more kids, to have a bigger family. Believing I was heading that way, I got ahead of myself. Things didn’t go as planned, but life keeps going. Life moves on.” And she added, “I have never been paid as an ‘abstinence spokesperson.’ I was employed by the great people at The Candies Foundation…. In other words, they are a teen pregnancy prevention non-profit and I worked for them when I was 18 and 19 — when I could share first hand the challenges of being a teen mother. Here’s what I have spoken out about. Life.”