Sunday, March 27, 2011 - I was due for my period on Saturday. Dipped my Ebay pee-sticks into my freshly collected urine and... NOTHING. Figures. I've been peeing on those damn things for 4 months already!!
Lighter Side of Pregnancy
Having gone through it once before, there are some things I want to share with and warn my friends about, certain aspects of the whole pregnancy and childbirth thing that come solely from the male point of view. After a few discussions with some of my other friends who are already fathers, there are a few things we all agreed new fathers should know.
Well, this here is my first ever blog, so please bare with me as pour my heart and soul out
I am in my late twenties, dawning on 30 now! I am the mother to two beautiful little ladies and another on the way! My husband and I have been together for 10 years now, married for nearly five and he is desprete for his boy! So far the netball team is all he has received!
It is a common misconception amongst many women that pregnancy means a few months of feeling fat and frumpy. This should not be the case. In fact, pregnant women should embrace their beautiful pregnant selves and have fun translating their signature look into their temporary new body shape.
Dr. Robert Bradley developed this method in the late 1940's. The Bradley method emphasizes an extremely natural approach, with few or no drugs and little medical help during labor and delivery. Stressing good diet and exercise during pregnancy, it teaches deep relaxation techniques to manage pain, and educates a woman's husband or partner so they can be an effective coach. Read more.
You are pregnant and glowing, basking in the idea of being a new parent. One disadvantage -- strangers suddenly feel the need to give you advice, tell you horror stories, and touch your growing belly. What is it about pregnancy that breaks down social barriers? And how can you fend off unwanted attention?
Working mothers are not all the same. Why then are 16 million working mothers treated as one undifferentiated group?
Okay so here I am again.Twenty-nine and expecting baby number three.My biggest hope: PLEASE LET ME HAVE A GIRL!!Whoever is up there watching my back,please not another boy!!!I don't mind boys,it's just that they kinda smell,they like to blow things up,and did I mention:THEY SMELL?!