Friday, July 13, 2007

Sleepy And Weepy..

Now, I just know that you cruised on over to the blog to hear even more about my little ol' hormones, and are just absolutely riveted to hear a play-by-play of all of my cranky, weepy, pregnant moments.

So, not to dissapoint...

I watched Charlotte's Web last night with K-bug and let's just say that I was swallowing many lumps and wiping away tears for quite a few...okay....all...of the heartwarming scenes in the movie. It's just that that pig IS SO DOGGONE CUTE and the friendship between Wilbur and Charlotte is just SO BEAUTIFUL...and...well...

I am just really pregnant. The Hormone Express has definitely arrived.

Warm and fuzzy cereal commercials have me grabbing for a Kleenex.

Now, I am normally what you might call a passionate and emotional person, but add a bucket of hormones, and I am like a Water Wiggle looking for a place to land. My dear hubby is very supportive. He hands me a few pieces of chocolate and pats my back, and works-out often to support his own sanity! :)

HA! Seriously, although I am what you might call a "tad" bit more emotional than normal,overall I have been feeling just fine. My tired body has blessedly been able to induldge in daily naps...

Do you hear that?

That was my bed...telling me that it's time...

Better go nap now.

One last note, my dear hubby told me last night. "Girls are strange sometimes, and pregnant women are even stranger..." Guys, if you agree with this, don't tell me or any other pregnant woman. It might start us to crying(for the record, I didn't cry when he said this...I laughed) and well, a pregnant woman's emotions are indeed a "strange" thing..

1 comment:

Crock Pot Mom said...

Congratulations on the new baby! Hormones become stronger the older we get (at least that was my experience). ;-) What a blessing to know God is working miracles through your body! Bless you!

Sorry we are taking the Heine's away (in His plan). I pray you find an equally loving and wonderful friend in the near future to fill the gap...I am sure it will be hard.

Flowers, sunrises, and quiet days in creation (versus the concrete jungle, hear hear!) move me to great places of peace and joy...