That is one adorable belly!!! Sorry about Erin, I agree that it does seem to be the age-I know that certainly doesn't make it easier!!! Just know that we are all behind you!!
What a beautiful bump!!!
Sorry youre having a rough time lately. We are also having a tough time with G's behaviour (I think partly because his ears are constantly hurting him) but it does seem like it's the age for it! Big hugs!! This too shall pass and hopefully within the next couple of weeks you'll start getting some energy back and feeling a little better overall...
~~ Yaeli ~~
DH since 6/24/04
DS1 - 4/9/06
DS2 - 8/22/08
DD - 5/6/13
Great belly!! YOu are so cute! I with you on the behavior. Some days are great and others it is a struggle to get through with Tristan.
DH Clay 12/16/00
DS Tristan 3/30/06
DD Georgia 7/28/08
DS Dalton 9/03/10
You look beautiful hon! And I hear ya on the hitting and general two-ness
Ailbhe, May 2006
Rian, October 2008
Angela-You look great! I'm sorry you've been having a rough time. I can so relate to feeling terrible in the beginning. It doesn't help when you're dealing with toddler issues too. Just wanted to say, we've been going through a bumpy patch with Caleb too. At least we know we're not alone.
I hope things start to look up soon. Thinking of you!
You look great! I am so excited to see that little bump!
I think we are all going through that phase right now, plus I have the tantrum of a 15 month old too Hang in there!
Little Update: My NT scan is on Monday and then my follow-up is with the OBGYN on Wednesday. I'm anxious to see the little baby. This all seems so surreal to me. I've been really not feeling well at night- way worse than with Erin- but I still can't believe I have a baby in me. I'm trying to remember when things started to feel real with Erin. For some reason it seems like it was now, but I can't remember. I do know that I felt better with Erin at about 10 weeks. There are some similarities with this pregnancy, though- my skin is really oily. I'm getting pimples along my hair line. I'm really hairy- I had to wax my chin the other day, same with Erin. What is it they say about girls? They steal your beauty? I feel like that! It's worth it, though.
I'm 12 weeks on Friday. I promised myself I wouldn't buy anything for the baby until that point. Oh, and I have a "New Baby"Little Critter book that I want to start reading to Erin, but I've been holding off.
Tonight I was watching Deliver Me and Steven told me he was not cutting the cord. Fine. But then he said that he always thought men were supposed to be out in the delivery room pacing with the other fathers. What the hell? Does he exist in the 1960's? I just hope he realizes how much I am looking forward to having him with me for this birth since he wasn't for the first one. He's been kind of difficult the last few weeks and told me today that he was as sick of me being sick as I was. Then he realized how ridiculous he sounded and corrected himself.
I'm also really trying to research VBAC's. If anybody has any resources or opinions to offer, let me know.
Josh didn't think he wanted to cut the cord either but was very glad he did. Not like you can have that opportunity back, ya know? I'm glad he corrected himself. Should I draw him a map to this century??
Find your local chapter of ICAN and they'll be a wealth of VBAC info from women in your area who've BTDT or are planning it. www.ican-online.org
I can't believe it's 12 weeks! I'm glad you're feeling a bit better.
Angela, tell him if he can gut a deer he can certainly cut the cord. It's not like you or the baby can feel anything. He knows that, right? LOL on him thinking that men stand outside the room pacing. I can't even imagine the fathers missing out on such a life changing experience.
Adorable baby bump!!! You look great!
Hugs on the terrible 2's! Callie is doing similar things (although, it's kicking me...and major attitude. She actually told me "duh" the other day!)