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05-25-2006, 12:23 AM
Errr I'm soooo tired of being pregnant!!
I pee when I sneeze.
I fart involuntarily (always when I'm talking to a customer at work).
I waddle even though I try hard not to.
My joints and pelvic bones HURT hurt hurt from being so loose.
I have NO sex drive.
My stomach is always dirty because it rubs against EVERYTHING.
I get tired far too easily and wish I could do a lot more than I can.
Okay, that's enough complaining for now.
I'm happy that I'll be having another baby, although a bit apprehensive that I'll have two kids only a year and a half apart. And I really don't like breastfeeding, but I'm gonna do it.
Oh pooh. I said I wouldn't complain anymore.
Someone make me laugh!!!! Oh wait...I'll probably pee my pants. :eek:
05-25-2006, 12:59 AM
Well, I have all of those symptoms too, but I'm not pregnant, I'm just old and fat. LOL
did that make you pee? I mean uh Laugh?
this too shall pass, one day soon, you will be no longer pregnant, and your tummy will be clean again, and you will be able to sneeze and cough and NOT pee, and you will desire sex big time, and and and
So, there you have it, Life will be grand again, it just takes a bit of patience, that is why WOMEN are the pregnant ones, not guys.
05-25-2006, 07:56 AM
I have two toddlers 12 months and 2 weeks apart, now age 2.5 and 3.5, My catholic coworker calls them Irish twins.
It's worse than having twins, because they are developementally far enough apart to drive me crazy, and with the new car seat laws I guess they wiil be in booster until they are 12 years old. They are an inch apart in height and weigh 3o and 31 lbs.
I love em wouldn't have it any other way but they are a handful. We are on our second double stroller, cause the twins tore up the foot rest on the first.
Yes we call them twins though they are not.
We also call them fric ad frac when they are causing havoc.
I'll have to figure out how to post a pic.
05-25-2006, 10:03 AM
Haha! Thanks, you both made me laugh! Thankfully I haven't had any water yet this morning...or enough to make me pee anyway. :p
05-25-2006, 12:46 PM
OK to make you laugh. . .
I was at MacDonalds playland yesterday with my two kids (we bring our own food). My son 20mo. loves to come up and hand people things and then he wants you to hand it right back.
So he is doing the bum shuffle down a bumpy sloap on the jungle gym and crawls back up the incline dashes back down and runs to me. He puts his hand out to give me something (with a big proud grin) and I automatically put my hands out to recieve his "gift".
I look down and there is a lump of poo in my hands and a beautiful beeming child looking up at me. I just grown - and smile back at the same time looking to see if anyone else has noticed. No one has :) .
I quickly look my son over and he is totally clean! So I then go and look at the bumpy sloap he was playing on. It has a beautiful smear from top to bottom with a hand print through it like a windshield wiper.
Luckily I just happened to have some of the clorox wiped with me and while pretending to play with my son I cleaned the entire mess up with no one the wiser.
This was followed by finding every nook and crany of the underside of his clothing covered, socks, tops pants ect! Then discovered I had left the changing stuff at home :eek: - no diapers, wipes or change of clothes. . . I washed him in the sink and carried him as the day he was born to Target (a lot of stareing as it was a rainy day) to restock!
I think I was amazed because this nas never happened before. Also, I just laughed through the whole thing! Boy those green smoothies are effective!!
I feel for you with the pregnancy, I was on bed rest due to overly loose pelvic joints that ground together just at the "peak" whenever I walked. I all went away very soon after the birth - so hang in there!
Also because of the severly loose joints the birth of my son is always referred to as the skidmark birth as is was so fast; the loose joints gave NO resistance and he literally just fell out with virtually no pain. It was so quick the midwives were still trying to get my pants off when he fell out!
All the best
PS; lifeAgift - I LOVE the Irish twins bit!!!!
05-25-2006, 01:04 PM
Some people are insulted by the "irish twins" thing. I think it's funny. I'm allowed. I'm irish and was baptized catholic. :D
05-25-2006, 04:25 PM
That's so funny e.p.p.p!
Almost a month ago my son got into giving people "gifts." He would come up to me and say, "Mum" and hand me anything from a lego to nothing. One day I was on this website and he had been repeatedly bringing me stuff. At one point he ripped off his diaper and brought it to me. I laughed and told him not to poo on the floor before I got a new diaper on him. He didn't. But 10 minutes later I hear, "Mum" and hold out my hand while reading a post. The smell hit me first. Yep. A turd. He had pulled off his diaper, pooped on the floor, and brought it to me, a very PROUD little boy!
I dropped the turd and yelled in surprise and it skidded over the kitchen floor. He fell on his dirty bum a couple times trying to make his escape and left nice little skid marks on the linoleum. I laughed so hard!
Your story just reminded me of that! :rolleyes:
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