Scatter brained

Last updated: 14/03/2012 23:22 by parnellie to parnellie's Blog
Filed under: Pregnancy
I have 107 days left at 24 weeks pregnant. Every week something about me and my body changes and baby grows a little more. I can feel her little kicks getting stronger everyday and so can daddy! She even has a little pattern now so I look forward to the end of my day when we can bond with her together.

There are so many questions I want to ask her but I probably shouldn't. Like, Why do you have to lean on my bladder foring me to get up 3-4 times a night bursting for the most pathetic tiny wee? Or Why have your deided to take over my brain? Not in a I can't stop thinking about you kind of way (that goes without saying) but in a horrible making me look simple kind of way. Brain farts as myself and daddy call them are becoming so embarrassing. I have turned up for work at the wrong time and on the wrong days 3 time in the last two weeks. Its becoming a running joke at work, which gets me down.

And while we are on the subject of feeling down, why do you make my hormones take over? I don't feel like me anymore. I'm just this crazy pregnant woman who cries when her tea is too sweet or when shes feeling tired. I know you didn't ask to be created and so I love you so much for being perfect already and I hate that all I do is complain. I can't wait to meet you although I am afraid that this was the easy part.

Let me be me for a bit longer before I am mam forever
Déanta in Éirinn - Sheology
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