Archive for December, 2007

Food, the traitor

Friday, December 14th, 2007

I always thought I was going to be one of those mothers that ate nothing but organic vegetables once she found out she was pregnant. Processed foods would become a much-spurned thing of the past. Ditto for most animal products. I’d turn up my nose at chocolate and cinnamon rolls and high-fat foods like pepperoni. […]

I told you so

Wednesday, December 12th, 2007

Ha! Read this article about a two-year-old fooling hoity toity art critics and tell me that my previous post wasn’t right on. Toddler fools the art world into buying his ketchup paintings  

6 weeks, 5 days

Thursday, December 6th, 2007

I’m giving birth to a peanut. Seriously though, it was really amazing to see this little blob appear on the big screen above us. Like, proof that I’m really pregnant (though it still seems like a lie). Then she zoomed and – get this – we got to watch its heart beat! It was going […]

“Morning” sickness is a wicked, wicked lie.

Saturday, December 1st, 2007

So when I had all these little fantasies about being pregnant and how wholesome I’d feel and how I’d love every minute… nuh-uh. I am SO SICK!!!! I haven’t actually “been sick” yet, but you know how you get that feeling when your palms start sweating and your mouth starts watering and you run to […]