"Besides the continued growth and development of your baby, the third trimester ultimately serves one purpose: To make you so uncomfortable, so over it, so tired, so achy, so bitchy, so itchy, and so freakishly huge, that you will do anything to get the baby out of you, including pushing it out of a place where a tampon once felt gigantic. This is mother Nature's way of inspiring you at the end of your pregnancy, even though we spend the previous eight months thinking, "Okay, how is this going to happen again?"
THIS IS SO HOW I FEEL PEOPLE!
SO OVER IT:
Yes, I know that I am huge. Even for my size. No, I am not having twins... and yes, IT IS rude to ask that question!!! Oh, and by the way: I am due in April - not tomorrow or next week. Please try to conceal your shock.
Yesterday I spent all day in my pajamas. I could either be found in my bed, on the couch down stairs, or the couch upstairs. I slept in. Slept while Audrey watched her cartoons... and while she napped. This morning was the first time I brushed my teeth - since Wednesday!
I love my chiropractor. There is nothing more to say.
As you may have guessed, I am just a little touchy about my ever growing size. I know that people mean well, and that they just want to strike up a conversation with you, but I am hear to tell you that unless you are going to tell me that I am glowing or look perfect for my size, I DON"T WANT TO HEAR IT. Please think people before you speak to a pregnant woman. Oh, and yes, my husband would agree that I am a bit on the bitchy side....
Thankfully this one has not become a problem. yet.
SO FREAKISHLY HUGE:
Today I had a conversation with a woman at my chiropractor's office. It went like this:
Her: "When's your due date? April?"
Her: "Wow... you still have a way's to go..."
Me: "Yes, I do"
Her: "Geez, I guess this is going to be a really big baby for you then..."
Need I say more?