When I was 18 (going on 19) I got pregnant.
It was hard.
It was really frigging hard.
I didn’t know what to do
I didn’t have who to confide in (certainly not my parents).
I couldn’t sleep. I couldn’t think.
I was only a confused teenager who let fun and life happen to her.
I was obsessed with my condition.
I didn’t know if I should abort or let the child grow.
I had no inkling on what to do.
All I had was the foetus in my head.
You read that right.
The foetus (or should I say the baby) in my head.
I was pregnant with an idea when I was 18 going on 19
An idea that led me to take different routes to arrive at a particular destination
And guess what.
One of such routes is this post you are reading.
Ria Kosher is the baby I conceived when I was 18.
It’s the idea that has led me to take different routes such as starting up a web fashion magazine, Svelte Magazine, an email list, and embarking on a 100-day consistency journey of doing fashion.
I decided to dare myself to do fashion on Twitter for 100 days.
All because of the baby I conceived when I was 18.
But there’s a bittersweet truth though…
I didn’t abort that foetus.
I kept her.
And she’s still a toddler who is yet to start walking.
I mean, she’s still crawling though I’m showing her how to stand.
I want you to join me in showing her how to stand, walk and in due time…run too.
I want you to join me in leading her,
the way I show you how to do fashion.
So, in due time, my baby not only walks and runs but also flies too.
You know they always say that it is a community that owns a child and not the parents alone.
You are my community.
Help me train and grow my baby, Ria Kosher.
You don’t have to do much.
All you have to do is to subscribe to my free weekly newsletter where I give detailed style tips to enhance your style.
Perhaps, when you need to add new clothes to your wardrobe,
You can as well shop from Ria Kosher.
But for now, just follow me and subscribe to my email list.
And don’t forget to share so your friends who need style guidance can find me too.
I think I offer value when it comes to fashion.
But if you think otherwise, there’s no problem.
Don’t follow me.
I’ll hold no grudges at all.
Because by getting to this point…
You’ve helped my baby grow.
The writer who knows how to do fashion,
Creative Director, Ria Kosher