“I was kind of hesitant at first, you know, considering the whole pregnant thing,” said the 30-year-old.
The women, including swimsuit model Shana Prevette in Charlotte, N.C., and 43-year-old Rachel Klein, a TV and film producer in Hollywood who was expecting twins, bring their own baggage to the show.
Klein breaks down when she visits a matchmaker and Prevette mourns the absence of her child’s father during a sonogram while also dealing with her changing body.
“Bikini model or not, for some people, a baby is a deal breaker,” Prevette declares on the show as she enjoys evenings out and turns in her granny panties for some maternity lingerie.
It’s enough to blow the minds of some real-life men. John Burr, a 39-year-old golf equipment salesman in Palm Desert, Calif., says he finds pregnant-specific dating sites “scary and creepy.”
But he’s not opposed to the idea of dating a pregnant woman. He’s in a steady, six-year relationship with the mother of his 2-year-old daughter and does feel for single women trying to be pregnant all alone.