If It Walks Like A Duck, It Must Be A Duck
How can I not be this impatient when:
* I can’t easily get myself to roll off the bed or couch anymore. Can you picture my 3 year old trying to get a grip of my hand helping me up? Sad.
* I can’t even hold the pee cup at my weekly doctor visits anymore. Last week I managed to drop the whole cup of pee into the toilet because it got too hard for me to reach over and catch more. Urrgh.
* I’ve kept up the house spic and span so many times to get ready for the baby but it only take my 2 boys less than 15 minutes to dishevel a room, and I am exhausted trying to keep up with them so it doesn’t go back to the “disaster state” it was initially in.
* Even falling asleep is hard at nighttime and when I do fall asleep, I have to be back up at least every 45 minutes to pee.
Ok, I can go on forever about complaining…but I am stopping here. No need to depress myself even more. I have only 2 weeks 6 days left that feels like an eternity. My last baby thankfully gave me a relief 4 weeks earlier than his due date. I guess this baby now is way too comfortable inside to even bother. For now I am concentrating on sending out those orders. And for those who have not emailed me their addresses for their well deserved vibes…pls. do. And again, thank you for those that participated in posting my sale, and most especially to those that purchased some goodies.
You'll be holding her in your arms soon and it will all be worth it!
Jenn - I will definitely post a pic of Katie when I can finally take her home from the hospital.
Mama of 2 Oh thanks hon...I love all of you Mommy readers, because you an relate from all these bitchings.
Sending you positive, comfortable, baby vibes!!!!
Have you cheered up yet? ;-)
I know what you mean, I felt that too with my last 2 babies. You do miss all the movements inside of you once you deliver.
Glad to have you on here...
thanks...I'm trying hard to hang on. :-)
Adding you to my blogroll, by the way, so I can keep up.
Sending smiles and energy:)