Actually ... it's none of your business.
On September 20, writer Emily Bingham posted a photo of a sonogram to her Facebook — but, as it turns out, it's wasn't actually hers. It was just a random ultrasound photo she found on Google. She just wanted to get people's attention.
Why on Earth would someone do such a thing, you ask?
Well, she had a pretty good reason: to get people to think twice before asking the all-too-invasive question: "When are you having kids?"
This post came on the heels of Chrissy Teigen's brilliant speech on Tyra Banks' new talk show FABLife about how sick she is of the media's obsession with what's going on in her womb. She said: "Anytime somebody asks me if I’m going to have kids, I’m like, 'One day, you’re going to ask that to the wrong girl who’s really struggling, and it’s going to be really hurtful to them.' And I hate that. So, I hate it. Stop asking me!"
But as Bingham proves, it's not just celebrities who fall victim to the barrage of fertility questions. The everyday, out-of-the-spotlight woman does, too, and she defends them in the photo's caption: