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6:46 am - 12/21/2011


Kago Ai has announced her sudden marriage on her official blog and also revealed that she is currently pregnant.

Kago wrote on her official blog:

“To everyone who has always been cheering for me and supporting me:

I, Kago Ai, would like to announce that I have registered my marriage this month with a person I have known for some time now. Also, recently… I learned that I have a new life growing inside of me.

I feel such happiness from the bottom of my heart, and also feel a sense of responsibility. From now on, I would like for us to build an ordinary, quiet, and warm home life as the two of us work together and become closer to one another.

Although up until now I’ve caused so much worry, as Kago Ai, in my own way, as a 23 year old woman, a wife, and a mother, for the time being I want to fully embrace and treasure this happiness.

I would be truly happy if you continued to watch over me warmly from now on as well.“

In a postscript she noted that she does not plan on holding a press conference about the news, and asked that press inquiries be directed to Diamond Blog.


Edit: Wow at the comments.. Some of the stuff said in this post really make me disgusted and sad. Sad because I can't believe there are people who think such things. :/ I love Ai and though this news came as a huge shock to me (hence the post title) as well as to everyone else, reading some of the views expressed in here hurts.
mintceres 20th-Dec-2011 06:46 pm (UTC)
nonono, I think you misunderstood me. I don't hink any of those 2 things are in any way 'better' as the other.

I was trying to say that IF (only if) a mother 'needs' (need in '' because smoking is an addiction and drinking well, can be too, so the 'need' aspect should be taken with a grain of salt) to consume ANY of those, then she should rather smoke once in a blue moon than drink. One cig in a week wont make the placenta porous, a pack a day will do it for sure.
One drink can harm the baby excessivly, more drinks even more.
I hope I got my point across

To me personally, it'd be the best if a mom did neither, too.
xxgardenxx 20th-Dec-2011 09:31 pm (UTC)
Ah, I did mostly understand your point, sorry if it sounded like a comment directed at you specifically. I've just known several people who smoked through their pregnancy, including one who lost the baby and another who had severe complications that left her unable to have any more kids. It just hit me a bit close to home, so apologies again ^^;

tl;dr, we do agree that in the best case a mother would do neither smoke nor drink for herself and the baby. I was just throwing the info out there for anybody who might now know about the risks involved.
mintceres 20th-Dec-2011 09:34 pm (UTC)
absolutely no problem :D
I am a smoker's child myself and I know a lot of people who had problems... I was a very small child at birth, due to smoking, a friends mother had to lie in bed because her placenta was too thin, starting in the 6th or 7th month. The doctors feared that she'd loose the kid.

Then again, I'm a branded child when it comes to alcohol during pregnancy. my former bf's family has two nice girls in custody which both have fetal alcohol syndrome. both are impaired physically and mentally.
faisdodo 20th-Dec-2011 10:10 pm (UTC)
"One drink can harm the baby excessivly"

OT, but that's not necessarily true...

Edited at 2011-12-20 10:22 pm (UTC)
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