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Monday, June 29, 2015

Last week, we reported that Bristol Palin had announced that she is pregnant for the second time. Despite the fact that she called the pregnancy a “disappointment” to her family and friends, since she is unmarried and just called off her wedding to war veteran Dakota Meyer, Bristol has now come forward to say that the pregnancy “WAS planned.”

In her latest blog post, Bristol wrote that she always “wanted more kids” and “to have a bigger family.”

“Believing I was heading that way, I got ahead of myself,” wrote Bristol, who cancelled her wedding to the Medal of Honor recipient last month amidst rumors that he had been married before.

According to Daily Mail, her blog post appears to imply that Meyer is indeed the father of the baby, but Bristol hasn’t explicitly said so yet.

“Things didn’t go as planned, but life keeps going,” Bristol continued. “I do not regret this baby. This baby is not a disappointment and I cannot wait to be a mom times two.”

She hit back at her haters in the blog post, saying that she wanted to set the record straight “before you continue to mock me, judge me and talk about me.”

“None of us are perfect,” she wrote. “I made a mistake, but it’s not the mistake all these giddy a******* have loved to assume.”

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Bristol was pregnant back in 2008 when her mother ran unsuccessfully for Vice President, and later gave birth to son Tripp with her ex-boyfriend Levi Johnston at the age of 18. A year later, Bristol took an abstinence pledge, saying that she would not have sex again until marriage.

When asked by Oprah if this was a realistic goal, Bristol replied that it was a “realistic goal for myself.”

Guess that didn’t work out so well…

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