Just when it seems like we’ve run out of options for dating reality shows, something like this springs up and shows us that, no, we haven’t covered all the territory just yet. The new WE TV reality show “Pregnant and Dating” ups the ante just a little bit, offering us a glimpse into the lives of some single women looking for love… who also happen to be very pregnant. Claim Your 20 Free Pregnancy Tests – Click Here
The new reality show, which aired June 1 on WE TV, follows the lives of it’s very pregnant stars, Keisha, Shana, Melissa, Megan and Rachel as they try to navigate the world of dating along with their baby bumps. According to a press release: “Not even pregnancy will keep these women out of the game”.
“Traditionally, love is followed by marriage and then along comes motherhood, but in this fresh new original series, viewers join these fearless five as they experience the modern day dating game with a baby on board. The spotlight will be on all the drama, conflict and inherent comedy that ensues when these very spirited and single moms-to-be embark on their quest to find Mr. Right, or at least Mr. Right Now.”
Oh, my goodness. All of the women either got pregnant by their exes, who are now out of the picture, or during an “intimate moment” with a guy they didn’t know too well. One girl on the show is pregnant by her “good friend,” but he doesn’t know she’s carrying his baby. Shew, drama!
We can only imagine how much drama there will be when pregnant, emotional women are trying to date! Plus, imagine when they tell their potential suitors that they are in fact, pregnant. “Um, I’m pregnant!” Wow, this show sounds, interesting, to say the least!
While advocates of the show say that there is nothing wrong with these pregnant women seeking out companionship and finding Mr. Right while they wait on their babies to be born, the show definitely has its critics as well.
Most women argue that these women have a lot more to be worried about during their pregnancies than just finding a man. They say that pregnancy is a time to focus on your health and the health of your baby, and if you really want to find love, just wait a few months and tackle it when you’re not pregnant! Any thoughts?