Thursday, July 09, 2009

Still Percolating

Ok so I've apparently lost all sense of time passing. I haven't blogged for nearly 3 months, I've considered it but haven't been moved enough to do it apparently. Everything is going well, my blood sugar issues have leveled off thankfully. The DMV let me keep my license, I just have to submit an update in the next two weeks and given that I haven't had any episodes since like early April, it should just be a matter of signoffs on the paperwork.

Things have definitely been changing in my world. Besides my fat belly becoming a round baby belly, I can happily say that after 7 1/2 years my father FINALLY has moved out of my house. And most of his funk has been removed from the house, though we need to rip up the carpet, paint and re-floor his former room. It is finally OUR HOUSE. I can't stop saying it to hubby. We're over the moon we're alone at last. The little things have been so pleasant. Having a room for a nursery is so so exciting.

While I have been enjoying the miracle of being pregnant, I think I have still been holding back my true comprehension that the odds are looking really good now that we will come home with a healthy baby girl. With my dad leaving, it has really finally been able to sink in somewhat that we're about to have our own little lovely family. And holy crap, in under 60 days I'M GOING TO BE A MOMMY. Crazy. I have so many medical appointments it's making me crazy. But they are all for the greater good so I can't complain. And it is reassuring to get constant checks that Weenuh is healthy and everything is progressing as it should.

I have boatloads of photos to upload and all that but it's way too early to do that now. Just thought I'd take a moment between trips to the bathroom to say everything is good, still pregnant, still able to work (after Friday I have just 4 weeks of work left in 2009!), enjoying my vacant house. About to celebrate 10 years of marriage to my hubby. (Yes, that's right. 75% of our marriage has been spent with my asshole father living in our house. Hubby is a saint.)

More will come later, perhaps even with pictures!


Pauline said...

what an exciting time!
I can't wait for the first Weenuh pictures to appear on this blog.

smariek said...

I am so happy for you! It's good to hear you are doing so well.

Please be careful while painting the nursery, try to have the room well ventilated. Don't want you to feel sick from the fumes. Maybe you can get your hubby to do it while you're out of the house.

Try to plot out the smoothest route to the hospital. I discovered that the bumps on the road (which I never thought of as bumpy before) felt a hundred times worse while I was on it during labor contractions.

lillamy said...

holy CRAP she blogged!!! you are an incredible trooper with your gazillion doctors appointments and poking & prodding that they all do, EVEN if it's for the best, i know it becomes tiring after awhile. too bad i can't help you painting your nursery, but if you have any other work you need me to do, let me know:)

hakucho said...

Just thinking of you and wondering how you are doing...hope well :)
You must be very excited! Lots of good luck :)