Anyone want a big guffaw? (no, I have no affiliation with the website producing all these giggles for me today, just stumbled across it this afternoon)
I just found ScaryMommy.com and had a good laugh reading through these about horrible things people say to pregnant women: http://www.scarymommy.com/category/coping-with-the-general-public/ and this one regarding baby items you do NOT need to bother buying: http://www.scarymommy.com/10-things-you-really-dont-need-for-baby/ (since I've BTDT with several of the items and can relate)
Another one that is wise food for thought for those of you expecting your first and are not too entrenched in your mommying ways: http://www.scarymommy.com/when-mother-knows-best-its-the-worst/ --just describes that if you don't step back and let the father get in there and do things his way without you hovering over him and micromanaging, you might end up stuck with 99.9% of all the parenting chores forever because you basically set it up that way since birth. It's really true. I think I'll try this since my fiance is a newbie parent and still trainable. :)
Oh and this one just made me cackle with abandon describing women without children, which may be only funny if you are a mom already but kind of good to read if you are expecting your first so you can identify a few elements that are about to VANISH from your life: http://www.scarymommy.com/youre-probably-not-a-mother-if/
Hope some of you enjoy a good giggle.
Other than that, how is everyone? I'm 13 weeks, or 14 if you count the NT scan dating, which I don't. No more nausea, feeling relatively energetic, good libido, yay that first trimester is basically done! :)