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Category Archives: Pregnancy
With all the rigamarole that I have had to deal with this pregnancy, I have overall been very blessed. Yes I have had 50+ doctor’s appointments. Yes I go to the bathroom 4 times every night. Yes my legs resemble a leopard … Continue reading
Yes, yes. I’m still here. And muy pregnant! I woke up this morning and my feet hurt like I had been walking all night. And my back has been hurting since yesterday. I am seriously considering working half days the … Continue reading
Okay, I’m feeling much better today, folks. I set up camp in the living room last night. I slept a little better- only getting up about 3 or 4 times. Unfortunately I had a small bout of insomnia. Still, I … Continue reading
Tim is just so sure that tomorrow is Foxy’s arrival date that he’s posting it on Facebook. Me? I’m not so sure. I don’t feel any “stirrings in my loins” as my mother so eloquently put it. Still, I can … Continue reading
Have you ever been out with a group of women and been in the presence of a couple seated next to you or walking by? Perhaps that couple was holding hands or laughing like they enjoyed each other’s company. Then … Continue reading
Full Term. Thank you, Lord, for allowing us to get to this milestone. Now get this baby out of me!!! I jest, I jest. (sorta) I am feeling pretty good about being 37 weeks. I have noticed a decrease in … Continue reading
Today is Friday, May 7th. I am 35 weeks and 4 days pregnant. Please let this notice serve as your official notice to vacate the premises. You have 30 days. It’s not that I don’t love you. I do. It’s … Continue reading
This Sunday is Mother’s Day. A day I have longed to celebrate. And while Tim and I will be spending most of the day with his family, I believe the day will totally be about his mother and his sister, … Continue reading
Yes, I am irritable. I can’t even fake it. I am constantly giving folks the side-eye and it is usually for no good reason. You see, I have this little girl in my tummy that stays up in my bladder. I … Continue reading