1.26.2012

I guess I should tell you...

Did you notice that my posts were a little lacking in October and November?  I guess I brought it on myself really, how you ask?  Well, over the last year I have noticed so many people have been having baby's and their blog seems to just drop off for a few months and then comes back after their first trimester.  The only two that completely pulled it off were Katy from No Big Dill and Dana from MADE.

So if you haven't figured it out yet I am pregnant and completely dropped off the planet during October and November.  I wasn't expecting to, but like I said I brought in on myself.  I would read the blogs of those who were expecting and apologizing for not having energy or the gumption to sit up and craft or sew or even type and I would think to myself--really people just get up and do something.  Silly me--why would I think that?  

I thought this pregnancy would be a little more like my last one--not much morning sickness just an overwhelming desire to eat.  Nope, no such luck this time.  Pretty much from the moment of conception my body was nauseous.  No cravings,  just complete aversion to food, no energy and lots to do.  So blogging kind of got pushed to the back burner, and I became a cliche.  

On Tuesday we found out what we are having.  We are so excited and are expecting our pink bundle of joy in June.  So to all of you with morning sickness and no energy to do much send me and email and I would love to do a guest post for you.

And here's a picture of me at 19 weeks...
It's hard to believe there is a baby in there sometimes, especially when I barely have a bump.  I guess having a really long torso has some perks.

2 comments:

Steph @ Crafting in the Rain said...

Congratulations!--and glad to hear you're feeling a little better!

Ines said...

Hey, congratulations from me too. I remember being sick for three mounth myself. It was my second pregnancy and we were expecting a girl too. She is now 2 1/2 years old and I#M glad that this all-day-long-sickniss is over!

Big hug to you and your baby, lots of energy for all your projects and I hope you let us read some reports about how you going on.

Greetings from Germany, ines

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