Hi fellow ICLWers! I’m hopping on to welcome you to my blog. I took this week off to unpack and organize our new apartment, so I don’t really have the time to write something super awesome. (Actually, I could, but Hubby wouldn’t be too pleased.) When I signed up to participate this month I didn’t know… Read More ICLW: August 2012
I could never get into soap operas. I always felt like I could do a better acting job than what I saw during those shows and that turned me off to them. I guess now the concept of soap operas is being replaced with cooking shows and reality TV. I have memories of my mom, who… Read More She Didn’t Die Alone
Two more weeks One week and six days until my due date. I’m not as anxious as I would be during the two week wait to find out I’m pregnant. Or the wait to see when I’m ovulating. Although, I’m doing as much peeing as I did during those times. This is a different kind… Read More Another Kind of Two Week Wait
When I started this blog, my original intention was to blog about my experiences about being pregnant and mommyhood. I wanted it to be something for my children and their significant others to look back on, maybe even use it as a reference on pregnancy symptoms and what to expect since there is still so much… Read More Going public and IComLeavWe
Despite what people say about first time moms not being able to feel their baby move until about 20 weeks, I’ve been feeling the baby move since about 12 weeks. I think if you’re in tune to your body and have a general idea of what the first movements can feel like then it’s totally possible to feel it move… Read More Poke!
So maybe I’m being weird (that really wouldn’t be anything new). The second trimester is usually when people announce their pregnancies. Now that I’m in my second trimester close friends and immediate family want to know when I will announce my pregnancy to larger groups of people (that is, The World). Or, they want to know… Read More Second Trimester Rant – Why Shouldn’t I Be the One Telling People I’m Pregnant?