Baby...I have something to tell you...

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It’s Easter weekend for Christians, but did you ever wonder why this religious holiday also includes rabbits and eggs? Some believe that it was originally a pagan holiday, celebrating the fertility goddess Eostre (rabbits are often a symbol of fertility due to how quickly and copiously they reproduce, and eggs…well, that one’s a bit obvious too :P). Evidence for this was first described, ironically, by a Christian scholar, the Venerable Bede.

Whatever you believe (and please don’t start a lengthy theological debate about this, I’m just mentioning this as an interesting bit of trivia), I thought this time of year was the perfect occasion to do an audio about fertility and creating new life. Oh the feels! This is a sweet, loving, emotional audio about a special moment between a couple. I hope you enjoy 💋

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  • mouthlieseyesdont on 2019-05-12 14:12:30 (UTC) (edited)

    Hi Eve!:) first of all, thanks for the work you do ,is really something else. So, after drifting off to this audio, I had a dream, I could see a little pretty girl, im sure she was my daughter, well, I couldnt picture her face (I dont even have a girlfrirend) but , when I looked at her, she made me feel something ive never felt before, then I woke up and felt so happy for a brief moment... All of this inspired me to do a short clip, with a verse that describes that beautiful moment, I thought you would like to give it a listen, as your lovely words inspired this dream . Keep doing your thing, you are one of a kind! and as soon as i get PayPal, im supporting all your work!
    -mouth may lie, eyes dont.

    • A Eve on 2019-05-16 15:38:46 (UTC)

      Thank you so much!

  • Jordan on 2018-05-03 10:08:51 (UTC)

    Eve, before I get to my main comment, I’d like to tell you a little bit about myself.

    I’m a 27 (28 on June 9th) year old, BORN-IN-THE-USA! (Bruce Springsteen) man from western Oregon. I have a Bachelor’s in Chemistry from Oregon State, I have mild Asperger’s, I’m still single (never even had a girlfriend, but not for lack of trying), and I’m currently looking for work (due to events going back 2 years). Thus, I still live at home. The loneliness is very often CRUSHING.

    The thing I want&hope& pray for more than anything, is to find a woman who will love me despite my flaws, and for whom I’d do the same and treat her like the priceless gem she is.

    I tell you all this, not as a “poor me” story, but to give you perspective when I say that the intimacy, belonging, & love you portray in this audio truly&profoundly touches my heart&helps ease the loneliness (to a certain extent) &makes me feel like someone out there truly cares. I see the emotion you portray&think “I want THAT......”

    • Jordan on 2018-05-03 10:36:34 (UTC)

      (Part 2. Sorry this is so long...)

      The compassion, gentleness, kindness, &sheer love you convey truly is magnificent. Your words&mindset of “I love men. I adore the very best in men.” are seemingly so rare these days. Maybe it’s b/c the feminist progress (a very good thing!) by nature focuses so much on changing things for women, that men&stereotypes of men get left in the dust. Or maybe it’s just me&my loneliness being so sensitive that the kindness in your words melts my heart.

      I listen to this&similar audios&imagine that the words the woman is speaking are being said by my future wife to me. I want, so very badly, to find a woman&fall hopelessly in love with her@get married&have children with her. Not because I feel I have to because of “cultural norms”, but b/c I truly want children that are “bone of my bones&flesh of my flesh”, &having them with my soulmate would be emotionally fulfilling beyond words.

      Lastly, thank you, so very much, for the kindness of this audio. ❤️🌹

      • A Eve on 2018-05-08 20:34:40 (UTC)

        You're very welcome Jordan. I know how deeply people feel this kind of thing, I wanted to reproduce the experience, even if just a little. I think we all need to feel these things, even if our lives don't bring it into our reality as quickly as we want. Hang in there 😘

  • grave007 on 2018-04-03 21:53:37 (UTC)

    that was fantastic ,thank you Eve you have no idea how much you'r audios have helped me

    • A Eve on 2018-04-08 16:34:13 (UTC)

      Aww, that's so lovely to hear 😘

  • Quincy216 on 2018-04-03 16:28:52 (UTC)

    This was perfect. All the feels. Like all of them. Even the super sexy ones too. The way you described the night of conception, that special intimacy. Superb. I've always had a bit of an issue with the practice of having kids simply to have them. The world is full of kids (and former kids) that no one really wanted, loved, or had any real plan for. And I honesty believe the perpetuation of making babies as an obligatory function of getting older is part of the reason why things like compassion seem to be phasing out of our society. What you've offered here is a story of a child being conceived by love expressed thru physical passion. Two people who legitimately love each other and want to have a baby together. It's beautiful. It's also unfortunate that this particular narrative isn't as common as it should be. I agree. Some kind of part 2 would be nice. Either way, I feel good about this kid's chances of growing up in a good home. Thank you Ms Eve. This was wonderful.

    • A Eve on 2018-04-03 19:55:13 (UTC)

      Aww, thank you Q! I completely agree with you, I hate how so many people are on auto-pilot when it comes to having kids. I never felt that way (which is a big part of why I don't have kids) and I always thought that if I decided I really wanted to raise children, I'd adopt a toddler or older child, someone who is already here and needs a home. But I also thought the romantic moment between two people who conceive a child in love could be really wonderful - I'm glad you enjoyed it 😘

    • CharlieRomeoLima on 2018-04-03 19:23:55 (UTC)

      "...making babies as an obligatory function of getting older..."
      That the social pressure (on women especially) to have children persists is puzzling to me in a time when things like marriage and parenthood no longer seem to be priority #1 for many in the West, as evidenced by broad trends of decline and delay due to personal financial realities among other things. Maybe society's obsession with celeb babies feeds into it? :P

      I'm with you 100% that children should be a physical embodiment of the love two people have for one another, and never reduced to merely another line item to cross off. I too feel good about this kid's chances. He or she is most definitely not going to turn out like Ben Solo.

      • A Eve on 2018-04-03 19:58:07 (UTC)

        haha yeah, that was such a gut wrenching part of that movie, seeing what their kid turned into!

        I agree, I would say celebrity babies don't help - it glamourizes having kids without showing all the other realities, including what it's like to not have three nannies and millions of dollars but to have to do everything yourself while working 9-5. A lot of my peers have expressed the idea of 'it's just what you do' when I asked why they wanted kids, which is even worse. Autopilot, like I said.

        But I'm glad you liked this!

  • CharlieRomeoLima on 2018-04-01 14:50:54 (UTC)

    Oh, the feels is so right - I'm not a parent but this special audio has granted me a measure of vicarious emotional insight into what it's like to discover for the first time you've just helped to create a new life. And were I in the thick of sleepless nights, smelly diapers, and stress-inducing bouts of non-stop crying, I'd need only to think back to a moment like this to remind myself why it is all worth it.

    Thank you for this, I did enjoy it and like the other commenters, it did wring a tear from my eye, like this memorable clip on parenthood from The Simpsons never fails to.

    • A Eve on 2018-04-02 12:31:40 (UTC)

      I love that clip, that is one of the sweetest things I've ever seen, even if from an unlikely source. And yes, while I'm sure baby-rearing is exhausting and difficult and very unsexy, I think couples must feel that magical moment when they realize what they've created together. I've never experienced it and likely never will, but I can still appreciate the feeling.

  • billymacorbuddy on 2018-04-01 14:50:28 (UTC)

    Although becoming a paterfamilias isn't really something I see in my future, I thought this audio was very sweet. Tying it together with the themes of Easter (Eostre) was quite appropriate. I just came in from outside and all the plants have new buds on them, ready to spring to life! Thanks for the audio Eve. I applaud you for trying something different and for what it's worth, I think you'd make a great mother. :)

    • A Eve on 2018-04-02 12:30:23 (UTC)

      That is so sweet of you to say, Billy. 😘 I don't think motherhood is in my future, but I definitely get gooey over babies sometimes.

  • Yonder on 2018-04-01 02:36:08 (UTC)

    I legit cried. It's always been my dream to have a daughter.

    • A Eve on 2018-04-02 12:29:27 (UTC)

      aww 😘

  • MountbattenWindsor on 2018-03-31 07:30:40 (UTC)

    Aawwwww that was beautiful. Please make a part 2

    • A Eve on 2018-04-02 12:29:02 (UTC)

      Hmm, interesting mean as the pregnancy progresses?

      • MountbattenWindsor on 2018-04-02 22:07:18 (UTC)

        Yeah something like that.

  • SamuelXD on 2018-03-30 22:42:13 (UTC)

    Sooooo......many.......feeeelllllllssssss 😭😭😭

    • A Eve on 2018-04-02 12:28:40 (UTC)

      I know...😘

  • joetinla on 2018-03-30 15:30:25 (UTC) (edited)

    Wow Miss Eve this was beautiful, for me this audio will hold a special place in my heart because around this time 9 years ago I found out I was going to be a father and untill the day my daughters were born that was arguably the best day of my life, oh yeah and then there was the day when I found out I was going to be a father of twins which I have to be honest scared the crap out of me. One more thing this is going to sound terrible but I think I can count on one hand the number of times I've called them my daughters I don't know if that's a good thing or a bad thing but I've always referred to them as my little monkeys. And yes you did bring a tear to my eye.

    • A Eve on 2018-04-02 12:28:19 (UTC)

      Thank you so much Joe, I admit I thought of your t-monkeys as soon as the words "twins" came out of my mouth! haha