Friday, November 14, 2008

Slowly Coming Back to Life

Well, I haven't been dead. I don't mean to imply that. I've been pregnant. Being pregnant, for me, is hard. I get very sick. So, blogging about food and things that relate to my (usual) love of food just had to stop for awhile.

I am still not myself, but at least wanted you to know I haven't fallen off the face of the earth. Or abandoned this blog, like other blogs I come across whose last post was August... two years ago.

I am 11 weeks. Jamey and I have heard a heart beat. Sam and Sadie have been told (Sam cried, saying, "I am so happy. I always wanted a new baby!"). I've switched medications with some initial good results. Friends and family are taking good care of us through meals and childcare and housecleaning.

So, you may hear a little squeak out of me now and again until this passes (usually around 20 weeks). It's really the only thing on my Christmas list- to feel better in order to fully enjoy the new life within me.

Oh. Please do me a favor. If you are healthy, embrace it! Be thankful for it and enjoy this wonderful time of year full of family, friends and good food. Do a little extra enjoying for me, okay? Thanks:-). Pin It

6 comments:

  1. Aw, Sam cried! That is so heart-wrenchingly sweet.

    -JJ

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  2. Blessings on you as you nurture this new life in you... I too suffered with feeling queasy 24/7 for more than I expected....

    Someone told me when you are that sick, your baby is really firmly rooted in your womb with little chance of miscarriage. Having had so many miscarriages this was a comfort...

    Warm water with lemon to you!
    :)

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  3. Yay! (that goes to the baby part, not the sick part!) I hope you are able to enjoy the holidays at least somewhat. congrats!

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  4. I too was told sickness was a good thing during pregnancy! Each time I would want to complain about the awful feeling, a friend of mine would remind me that sickness is a good sign. Instead of complaining I started thanking God for it. :)

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  5. i cried when i heard that sam cried. and we too are so happy because we always wanted a new baby too! xoxoxoxoxo

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  6. Congratulations! I'm sorry to hear you are not feeling well. It is so interesting to learn how pregnancy affects each woman differently. I hope the new little one eases up on you soon.
    I'm happy to hear you'll be back when you are feeling better, I miss reading your blog :)

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