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27 December 2007 @ 10:54 am
And so I wait  
Still nothing. This baby is content to stay where he is and get bigger. I swear I feel like I've gotten bigger this past week. All movement has become a chore and when I lounge on the couch, I feel like Jabba the Hutt. Bring me Solo and the Wookie. Hooh hooh hooh. I have a doctor's appointment in a little while. Hopefully, something will be going on in there. I've still not had any Braxton-Hicks yet. Is that normal? le sigh...

And just for a little post-x-mas fun, check out this hilarious article about the least surprising toy recalls of all time.

EDIT-  (with possible TMI) Back from the doc's.  My cervix is locked up tighter than Fort Knox.  Absolutely nothing going on there.   Argh!  It might take an exorcism to get this child out of me.  I need a young priest and an old priest.

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Jukeboxjukebox_csi on December 27th, 2007 05:23 pm (UTC)
I don't think I had Braxton-Hicks contractions at all, even up to the point of the day that I got the C-section. It'll be fine. Just enjoy lounging 'cause soon it will alllll change bwahahahahahaha. *coughs*

:D Hope you had a great Christmas. *hugs*
evilkat_meowevilkat_meow on December 27th, 2007 09:57 pm (UTC)
I'm willing to deal with all the changes and lack of sleep (not like I'm getting much of that now anyway.) I just want to be comfortable again.

My doc says its normal if I haven't had any contractions yet. It happens. I just want him out already.

Christmas was good. Hubbie and I stayed in and celebrated together. I hope yours was as well^^
Franfranwi on December 27th, 2007 06:01 pm (UTC)
Like a Trojan horse for the Heimlich maneuver LOL, I love that line. But I my favorite writeup was the Skydancers. It's wrong, but the thought of kids bending over to see the wonders of this flying pixie, only to get bitchslapped about the head makes for a pretty hilarious image.

Here's hoping you'll stick with big toy blocks and harmless sock puppets so you won't have to deal with crappy toy recalls.

Also hoping things will go smoothly for you in the next weeks!
evilkat_meowevilkat_meow on December 27th, 2007 10:02 pm (UTC)
Yeah, no, I am strongly against toys that play for the child. It should be the other way around- the kids plays with the toy. That is why I'm limiting the amount of light-up, moving, sound-making, or otherwise robotic toys my kid gets. Studies have shown that kids whose parents gave them those Baby Einstein toys have lower IQ's on average then kids who didn't. My kid is getting stuffed animals and Lincoln Logs.