06 December 2006

pregnancy: an update

It's amusing to me on these Movies and TV shows how the ladies are told You're not sick! You're pregnant!. OH MY GOODNESS. IT is all about sick. I am so miserable. What a bittersweet experience! How happy I am that in a few months I will have a special little baby, and how horrible I feel every day, all the time. I have invested in those things called preggie pops that are intended to calm the nausea. I suck on candy canes, I take ginger pills. I do everything Im supposed to. To no Avail. OH please don't last forever............

That aside. Im am VERY thankful that I dont have to wake up and scramble to work at 7 and stay there for 9 hours a day any more!! God knew I would need rest.

6 comments:

LMLogan said...

oh that is such a blessing to be home during the dreaded morning sickness. I'm sure you have, but have you tried crackers before getting out of bed and laying there afterwards another 20 minutes...and snacking all day!! what about seabands? hope it passes soon! :)
are you guys going to find out what it is? I can't believe I'm asking you that!! :) :) this is so exciting raerae!!! I'm sure your parents are over the moon happy for you guys!! how did dear hubby take the news?
ok getting long - just need to call you!! :)

journeyer said...

I want to hear answers to Lindsay's questions. With all that time at home, you should have plenty of time to blog!

Rachel and Jacob said...

Yes, Do call.
Oh I try the eating crackers but I just get really bad indigestion!! Ive never heard of sebands...hmm.. I'll have to check it out. . .

Oh my hubby is excited and of course my parents are too!!

Kelli said...

Hope you feel better soon! It will be worth it all when you get to hold that sweet little baby in your arms...=)

LMLogan said...

seabands are these little wrist bands that help on when you're on a cruise - should help this too :)

Nicole said...

I know the feeling all too well. I had extreme morning sickness. I stayed in bed all day - I couldn't eat, drink, or go to the bathroom until Nathan came home to help me. And I had to go to the emergency room several times. But we did find the something that helped - Zofran. It is VERY expensive, but Medicaid paid for it.