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Woohoo! The lengths I'll go to to get time off work. Cos what I'll be doing instead will be a breeze, right?
I'm going to get a hammock and sit in the garden with the baby monitor.
baby monitor and a Margarita?
I'm guessing it will be easy, though.
don't worry. You'll get loads of sleep.
For the first 48 hours or so.
Then, well, chaos.
2 years 3 months on I'm still lucky to get a full night's sleep. Don't know what possessed me to agree to number 2.
I made an error and can't get back on as 29 year old ht. Grrr. Will sort this evening.
Although, I have had a shave...
he said "number 2"!
After next wednesday I have about 4 and a half months off until uni starts again
Anyway, must be the day for it. There’ll be a lot of labour-related redundancy before this night is over
That's my Mona Lisa
(if bf is reading, ^this means I am merely jealous of your time off. But otherwise, just super-jealous). Have a lovely time. (not that I think labour will be.... oh I'll just shut up.)
I keep thinking that the baby will come out star shaped, like the Play-doh Fun Factory.
Painful I imagine, but amazing.
isn't painful? Right?
as opposed to unpainful I think...
then it probably wouldn't feel all that dissimilar to doing a poo.
due to lack of space in the body cavity, your young'un will not only be smashing through the front doors but also simultaneously squeezing down on your colon like it were a toothpaste tube with the cap off
fun for all the family
Childbirth: a convincing argument against intelligent design?
oh my days.
as it implies explosive velocity and a short-lived episode
they give you drugs I s'pose