Sister Georgina’s pregnancy causes her other sisters to cry when it is announced, but mainly fear for Olcay. “Maybe that’s why I didn’t dare, mama. It’s the most beautiful thing ever, but also the scariest,” she writes. “What if I didn’t like it, it limited me and I couldn’t do it?
Being in the midst of a family of six, Olcay has always felt overly responsible for her sisters and brothers. So she is not happy, but she is worried about her pregnant sister. “In my head, Georgina just got out of diapers. And now she’s suddenly pregnant?”
Perhaps Georgina, Dolce, and Venus feel more like their children than sisters because of the significant age difference. ‘I’ve seen them all come into the world, comforting, bullying and harassing them,’ says Olcay, ‘but above all I love them unconditionally. They brought joy, something we can use in our broken family. Would it have been different if I had grown up in a normal family? Would I have become a mother and be less afraid of unconditionality? No idea, but it doesn’t really matter. I’ll be an aunt.
Now, a few months later, she’s feeling happy and happy for her sister – who is due to give birth at any moment. “The whole family is nervous and can’t wait,” Olcay shares with her readers.
By the way, the presenter is not completely childless. Her boyfriend Rod de Wilde has three children. ‘After years of doubting motherhood, I have now come to the conclusion that I am a wonderful and rewarding mother. They are always welcome, and it’s totally nice to come back again.
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