oooh noooo, i have the sniffles...im just going to lay here and die......
....could you get me water?? pet my head? hand me the remote? call my mommy for me??
THIS! YES! Their mommies must really coddle them when they're young because my husband is EXACTLY like this, even with me being pregnant.. makes me fume, but if I am sick, I still have to do everything for myself.
Menelly, I can actually SEE you on this thread. Say hi! (and HI! how you holding?)
God yes. FOB is one of those. If he got a fever, oh my lord, end of the world he was going to die blahhhh. but he was one of those "just lay here and cuddle me" types so if he was ill, i'd have to pry myself out from under him to go eat or work or clean or get him meds or something. Not an easy task, as he's a foot taller than me and has a hundred pounds on me.
Who wants to know far too much information about my bathroom habits??
LOL!! I would have responded, but someone started screaming for foods, and I wandered off with the thread open.
How are you guys doing? We got home today, they decided NOT to make me wait for a therapeutic blood level, I just have to keep doing the injections until it is therapeutic. I can live with that.
Downside is Kesslie has decided she's not willing to sleep anywhere but on me so far. I can see this getting old fast.
And I think I can spend my whole life not thinking about different "looks" men can make with their balls. O.o That's a whole new level of disturbing!
Sorry, i'm sort of needy and clingy and a bit creepy =D
What is a therapeutic blood level??
I'm generally against babywearing (oh no! an opinion!) for myself, but maybe a sling would be a good idea for a while? I almost hope she continues this til I pop and then we can discuss it. See, needy.
You healing ok?
I used to make weird faces with my kneecap fat. o_O
LOL... I'm on blood thinners due to a history of clots. They WERE going to make me wait until my blood thinners were therapeutic to leave, but I talked them out of it. It was likely to be a few days, and I was not interested in being there that long!
I have a sling and a moby wrap, I'm just afraid of them on my incision right now. Will probably start using them in a week or two.
Who wants to know far too much information about my bathroom habits??
fortunately hubs doesn't bitch too much when ill...or he'll bitch but still push himself to work and such. not much of a whiney momma's boy but i think that's cause he was mostly raised by his dad *phew*!
what is it with the baby wearing thing? i guess i'm just confused as to why it raises so much controversy? then again i guess i feel that way about most things baby related...i'm like, oh, you want to go plant a tree on top of your placenta in your yard and pray to it after using it to make art by splattering it onto a canvas after being dipped in paint? cool. mine's going in the garbage, hopefully before i even have to look at it...
oh shit, this is going the way of the cats...better change the subject...
You know, I don't understand the controversy either. Why on earth does it concern me if someone wants to carry their baby or use a stroller? Not my baby. As long as they're not leaving them in the car, I really don't care.
But we did use the moby today to go to the hospital to get her biliruben checked again. Turns out it doesn't really bug my c-sec scar, and she loved it.
So, since getting all large and really pregnant, I have found that I gross myself out a whole lot more. i think i smell, I am greasy, its icky, blahblahblah. But i've also got some round ligament pain that makes it hard for me to bend back to, uh, wipe. I mean, I do it still, but it hurts like a bitch and its rather ineffective and I have to do it a lot. Plus, I cant see to shave down there and being hairy makes me feel gross.
So I pooed the other day, because I'm always pooing (i havent been cursed with constipation, rather the opposite) and realized I have baby wipes hanging around. everywhere. And i have adult wipes from my home health days!
So now i'm using wipes along with regular toilet paper.
IM A GENIUS!! A very clean genius! Not particularly eco-friendly, but more eco-friendly than showering 458871 times a day.
You make a face with your knee by straighting out your leg when your sitting and pinching the excess skin/fat on both sides of the cap with your fingers. creates big old lips, and then since you pulled the skin away, you can see the two dents on the bottom of your cap that I use as eyes.
I've spent too much time alone, I think.
Gah, yeah, I dont get the controversy. I am of the opinion that as long as your baby is taken care of, it doesn't freaking matter to me how the baby is taken care of. For real.
As for placentas, i view them the same way I view most medical waste. Get rid of it in a biohazard bag. But i'm not against it if someone wants to eat theirs. Hell, im not even against it if someone wants to eat mine. I just dont want to see it, i've birthed too many cows.
YAY! I'm glad she liked it and that it doesnt hurt you. You going to wear it and her around your house? Also, how are your levels?
ALLLSSSSOOO, who is your peds dr?
when i can straighten out my leg and reach the knee again, I am totally trying that! may have to make it talk too...'cause, well, it just seems like the natural next step.
the wipes are freaking awesome. granted i haven't used baby wipes, but hubs has picked up just normal flushable wipes (for all ages! woo!) in the T.P. isle before and they are SWEET. i also hear they are great for hemorrhoids pain...but mine don't really hurt so i wouldn't know if they are soothing or not. which begs the question -- do you guys have the lovely hemmies? i am hoping beyond hope they just go away after birth. mine are almost certainly induced by this heavy child in there. actually, menelly, did you have any before birth?
Also, Menelly--i saw the proud aspie signature, do you have aspergers or does a family member? I am almost 100% sure my dad has it and that my oldest brother has a mild form of it (he exhibits the physical symptoms of it)...
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