Originally Posted by aquarius aspiring
DH is out of town this weekend.
So far I've watched Baby Mama
. Now I'm watching Knocked Up
. I've also got Birth of a Family
, Attending Birth
, and Birth Day
It's Saturday night with my biological clock. Is it sad that I want to see The Back-Up Plan
Haha, you sound just like me. 16 & Pregnant
, Knocked Up
, Baby Mama
, Away We Go
; I don't care how poorly written the dialogue or cheesy the plot lines. If someone is giving birth, I'll watch it. I'm downloading The Back Up Plan
as we speak.
Originally Posted by oiseau
Here's a question: Have any of you given any thought to what time of year you'd like your babies to be born? I think I'd really like spring babies because that way I'd avoid being hugely pregnant in the summer (I already hate the summer and being hot already...add in an extra human being inside me and I think I might not survive!). Also, lots of animal babies are born in spring, so it just feels natural. Plus, I'd skip having to take a teeny baby out in really cold weather.
That being said, I'd take a baby any time of year!
My birthday is in May and I've always appreciated the sights and sounds of spring happening at the same time as my birthday. It's the perfect time of year to go outside and enjoy nature! So I would love to have a baby sometime in spring.
Today I was going about my usual business, just catching up on my RSS feeds while the SO played a computer game, when he turned around and asked, "So, when are we going to have a kid?" And I guess we've decided we'll TTC starting July of 2011. So, put me on that list!
I signed up for a half-term Summer class in math. It will be my last college level math class ever!
And, I'm aging out of health insurance coverage from the 'rents at the end of this month, so I'm finally going to the doctor for a whole host of things that I just never got around too. I'm pretty sure I have hypothyroidism (my mother and sister both do, and as soon as my sister got on a pill for it, she lost all her excess weight.
). I went to the doctor today and now I have three referrals, one for a blood test for my thyroid, one for an ultrasound (I haven't had a period for three months, which I hadn't really been worried about, because this has happened my whole life. Should I worry?), and one for a pap smear because I haven't had one in 5 years (again, I don't think I need to worry about this because I'm only about to be 23 and have only had one partner my whole life, who has also only had one partner his whole life(me)). At $25 copay each + school books & fees for this semester, I'm hoping I can get a job soon or our vacation might be nixed. =(
I know I don't post much here, but I'm a hardcore lurker. So
to all of you.