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this is totally disgusting! im renouncing having children, i think i would rather stay slim, titless and able to urinate when i choose to. jesus! i know people never regret their children, but how can one not regret this horrible experience and the ramifications which you must suffer for the rest of your life????


you should post your blog on yuwie... maybe you could get paid for it...

Sis B

Just wanted to let you know that I linked this list. I am trying to congratulate (scare) one of my newly pregnant friends. :)

the weirdgirl

I totally leave that comment from Lola here because it makes me laugh. (Damn those ramifications!)


Here's a good one. No one ever tells you that you may have to be induced. It can be one of the most painful and annoying things ever. Nothing like a bunch of nurses hands being shoved up your vag putting creams on it..well that doesn't take...trying a foley catheter...oh wait that doesn't work either...while being on Pitocin. Oh wait after almost 72 hours of labor let's just go ahead and do that c-section that I was screaming for after 24 and 48 hours!! Hey doctors some cervixes just don't want to dilate! Ever think of that?? Ok I feel better now.


Merry Christmas! I wish you a lot of gifts and luck in the new year.


Hi Merry Christmas and Happy New Year

quail hill irvine

I know my hormones are going crazy and everything but it makes food taste horrible and no amount of brushing or mouthwash helps! Can't wait for the second trimester!


Here's one for you. You know what they tell you in lamaze? That if your water breaks you may see some "pink" discharge. Really? What they don't tell you is that if your water breaks and you lose your mucus plug at the same time you go into full on panic mode because that shit is NOT pink - it's red. Nurses obviously have a different color scheme than the rest of the world. And that "plug"? You know how there can be little clots of blood during your period? That sucker is huge compared to that and by God you are damn sure that you have just had a miscarriage (three weeks prior to your due date and had been to the doctor the day before and heard the heartbeat and was assured everything is fine and you still had at least three weeks to go). My first child was born four hours later but there was much crying prior to our arrival at the hospital where I was told that I obviously didn't know the difference between pink and red. Sweet Jesus. I went on to have two more kids and the youngest is now on the way to college. The fear factor just never ends.

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