I am having crazy dreams. I always do during pg, but I'm usually caught off guard anyway. DH and I saw the new X-Men movie on Sunday, and then I dreamed that my 6 y/o was in the X-Men, and DH and I were building things for them (like they really needed our help, lol!).
This morning, I dreamed that there was a bright red dinosaur in my yard, trying to get into the house. I think it may have been an ankylosaurus (dinosaurs are a big deal at my house; my kids are obsessed), although at one point, I thought it was a dragon. I kept trying to call 911, but my phone wouldn't recognize the number. It kept calling random people from Facebook, instead. I finally asked Siri to call 911, and she said, "I don't recognize that number. Try dialing 4+5, the two least used numbers." I did that, but got some non-emergency line that wanted to spend twenty minutes "getting me registered." Then my 4 y/o kept opening the door, and the dinosaur was trying to come in. My kids thought opening the door was really funny. The dinosaur somehow got our security door open, and was trying to knock down the interior door. I looked over, and now the lady from the phone was standing in my family room, saying, "I thought you said your door was closed!" Then I woke up. So weird!
I'm also incredibly clumsy. I'm usually clumsy, but this is ridiculous. I was at he grocery store last night, and I knocked down a bottle of dish soap from the top shelf. It busted open on the floor and spilled everywhere. I was embarrassed, but the guy who came to clean it up was very gracious. About three minutes later, I was looking at ice cream, and one went flying out of my hand and onto the ground. It didn't break, thankfully, but an employee came out of an aisle and said, "Are you okay?" I wanted to say, "I swear I'm not drunk, just pregnant!"
When I was pg with one of my other kids, I remember an incident early on where I couldn't keep my keys in my hand. I was talking to someone, and in a matter of two minutes, I dropped my keys at least ten times. We were keeping the pg under wraps still, but I almost blurted out, "I'm so clumsy when I'm pregnant!"
Don't throw things at me, but I'm not stinky. In fact, I almost never have to wear deodorant during pregnancy. I am religious about cal/mag intake during pg, so I think that me part of it, since magnesium deficiency can cause body odor.
That said, a sign of labor for me is that I suddenly wreak. When I was in labor with my second, I couldn't get over how bad my pits smelled! It didn't seem to let up for weeks, maybe months. I found it kind of fascinating and annoying at the same time.
My nose is working on overtime, though. I smell everything!!!
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Crunchy wife to my high-school sweetheart, mama to DS (10/23/05) , DS (11/22/07) , DD (3/9/10) , and DS (5/26/12), and three babies in Heaven.