This is kinda a vent but I feel like you ladies can relate to this now that the whole world knows we are pregnant and starting to show.
We had our company holiday party last night and all anyone would talk to me about was my pregnancy. I would try to change to subject but it kept coming back to it. I was asked over 30 times when I was due, what I was having and if this is our last.LOL. I don't mind talking about it but when it's all night and I am answering it over and over its somewhat annoying. I think everyone loves a new baby and cant help themselves to get involved!
Anyone have any stories where people ask you crazy things about your pregnancy? I think the worst for me is " is this your last" as if I have to many.
What the heck is up with all the personal questions when you're pregnant!?!
I can't say that I've had a million questions.. but I usually don't until I'm around 30+ weeks.. then it's a SLEW of "God! You're the size of a house! You have to be due any day!" and "Are you upset it's not a ___ ?" questions..
With trying to change the topic so many times, I'd probably have just smiles at them and asked THEM a question to change the topic. They'd have gotten it.
I know as soon as we announce the gender people will start asking questions "Is this your last?" "Did you want (opposite sex here)?" Etc.. ridiculous! What people don't realize is all this stuff is personal. If we choose to have more or not, that's our personal choice.. our personal life. Who is to say what is wrong and what is right when it comes to someone else's life? So I don't let it bother me too much.. I pretty much tell it like it is! If they don't like it, too bad
It drives me nuts to go around DH's family when I'm pregnant. They're all nice about it, but if I hear "how are you feeling?" one more time, I might scream.
I dread announcing the gender of this baby, especially if it's a boy. I would be perfectly in love with another boy... I adore the two that I already have, but everyone else on the planet wants it to be a girl. It REALLY pissed me off with DS2 when someone at work asked what I was having and responded "that sucks" when I said he was a boy. "That sucks." It's my CHILD. YOU SUCK. Little did she know that I had just been through a m/c and nearly a month of heavy bleeding during DS2's pregnancy, so I was just overjoyed that a baby was actually growing in there. I just throw it out there now when people act like I should want a girl. "I just want a BABY. I lost one, thought I was losing another one... Gender is irrelevant. I just want a BABY."
Sean Thomas - 6/30/09 @ 7:17pm 8lb 8oz, 19", 40w5d
Calvin Michael - 2/28/11 @ 7:39pm 6lb 8oz, 18", 37w5d
Nolan Matthew - 5/1/13 @ 11:54pm 6lb 4oz, 19", 38w4d
May 26, 2010 - 7w1d
Mary, you're so right.. this is our miracle baby.. our board name fits so well. After a miscarriage and close to a year of trying why would the gender disappoint us? We just want a healthy baby to complete our family Sometimes people can be so rude but sometimes I guess they just really are curious.. still though.. some people word things in a bad way. If I want to let you know something, I will.. if not, oh well.. just be happy for my family and I!
I'll never forget a women that walked into the OB's office and saw a bunch of us pregnant girls and said she wished she had more because she only had one child. I would not like to have any regrets and you never regret the children you already have.
I get SOOOOO tired of hearing the "Boy, you've got your hands full!" crap or "glad it's you and not me!" REALLY people REALLY???? Or "are they all yours?" ugh... gets old.....reaaaallllll old. OH one more " haven't you figured out yet what causes this?!" my last reply to that one to a lady at church at that was "yep and we're really good at it and really enjoy it " her mouth hit the floor bwhahahahaha