This and That

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2013-03-20

Who does Joshua look like? I’ve been saying Libbie. But now I think they’re either all carbon copies, or all babies just look the same.

It’s been brought to my attention by my mother that I have the easiest birth recovery ever, it seems. I wish I had some secret formula to market it, but here we go: I feel great. I don’t feel let-down. I don’t leak. I have very little trouble nursing (Joshua’s actually been the hardest one, and it took him about a day and a half to get it). I lose all the pregnancy weight immediately. And with my other two, I hardly even bled after I got home.

Apparently that’s all abnormal.

If I just liked being pregnant, having babies would be easy!

Why is there real TV programming on at 3 a.m. but not 6 a.m.? Doesn’t 6 seem like a more reasonable time to be awake than 3?

I’ve watched a lot of Food Network.

Miss 4-year-old may never recover from all this excitement. Her decibel level has been raised 300%, mean-ness to David 400%, desire to obey is at -500%.

But all in all? Things are good.

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This dude is seriously cute and sweet.

I’ll be running some guest posts over the next weeks, so stay tuned!

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2 thoughts on “This and That

  1. You seriously do have the easiest recovery I’ve ever heard of! I was still leaking with Darah 4 1/2 months post partum! Good times!!!!

    But hey, we all get it a little hard in some ways, and a little easy in others. You are sicker than most for 9 months. Which is no fun. As I’m sure you are aware!

  2. See, I’m kind of the opposite. Pregnancy doesn’t get me down too bad, but I do bleed forever and ever, and with my first I leaked like crazy. Unfortunately, my two greatest talents in life are taking standardized tests and having pretty easy pregnancies/childbirths. Unfortunately, I cannot figure out a way to licitly capitalize on my talents for either one.

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