Get Caught Up

12
Sep
2012
catch-up

This may count as cheating in my #30for30 challenge (but I don't think so) but since this blog was playing baldheaded games for the last day and a half (until I snatched its wig and forced it to do right. Yes, I'm channeling my inner Luvvie today), I'm not putting up anything new today.


Go get caught up on yesterday and the day before (and the rest of #30for30) and I’ll see you tomorrow with something new. It’s a good one, I think.

I also have something in mind for Nasty Friday but I fear it’s too disgusting, even for me.  We’ll see.

 



2 Comments

  • Cafe7202 says:

    I so remember that feeling. Looking at other women whose bellies were bigger than mine and thinking that I couldn’t imagine mine would ever get that big. And then watching as I blew right past them and my belly grew HUGE. Wait til you’re looking at it and can feel AND see a body part pushing outward on your belly. It is the freakiest feeling. Or when a little foot feels like it’s lodged in your ribs.

    When I was around 8 months, my bf used to lean near my belly and bellow “helloooo” or something. The baby would literally FLIP and nearly bring me to my knees. We would sit and watch my belly roll like a wave from one side to the other for the longest time.

    Hopefully you won’t have one of your belly guests start kicking your bladder like it’s a soccer ball. You could well turn into the pregnant woman that talks to her belly….like “knock it off, you are KILLING ME” lol

    It’s a whole new world. And there is so much no one tells you. You wonder how you got this far in life without knowing all the weird sh*t that happens to your body while pregnant. Good luck…looking forward to hearing all about it. lol

    • max says:

      Hahaha thank you. If nothing else, I can say pregnancy has been an education so far. And I’m sure motherhood will be one too!


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