A MOTHER OF EIGHT BOYS has disclosed she is expecting her ninth child, despite the fact that her youngest is only five months old.
Yalancia Rosario, 29, of Dallas, Texas, is the mother of eight sons: Jamel, 12, Michael Jr., 9, Angelo, 8, Armani, 6, Prince, 5, Sincere, 3, Armani, 1, and Gimani, 5 months.
Gimani, another boy, died during her first trimester.
And now she’s expecting her ninth child, expected next year. “I don’t know the sex yet,” she quipped, “but I always guess boy.”
“I’ve always wanted a big family of 10 because I grew up as the oldest of seven and wanted to have my own big family to create memories with,” the mega mother, who works from home operating a business and is married to the boys’ father Michael Rosario, 36, said.
“A few of my boys were conceived while on contraception, but we gladly welcomed them, and a few more were planned.”
“I no longer use contraception.” We live within our means and have an excellent budgeting system in place.”
With 250,000 followers on TikTok and Instagram pages depicting her family life, she is occasionally ridiculed and accused of being on benefits – but she doesn’t care.
“I’ve never been judged so harshly as on the internet,” she explained. “We always get top using our tax money,’ ‘have you heard of birth control,’ and ‘how many fathers do they have.”
“We also get’something is wrong with you,’ but the positives always outnumber the negatives.”
She claimed she was born to be a mother. “I do feel like I have a nurturing and patient soul,” she stated, noting that her colossal brood didn’t miss out on anything since there were so many of them.
“Holidays are a lot of fun, and each kid has a unique personality,” she said.
“I’m a big fan of meal planning and having everything ready for the week every Sunday.”
“I make certain that I have meals prepared ahead of time.” “Every child has a dress for every day of the week.” We all get up at 6 a.m., get ready for the day, eat breakfast together, have affirmation talks, and then send everyone off to school.
“In-between work, I wash loads of clothes, cook meals, and tend to my younger children at home, as well as clean, before the older boys arrive at 4 p.m., and then we begin our evening routines of eating homework, chores, and family dinner with designated family nights.”
“I enjoy being a megamother and have no regrets.”