At our housewarming my mom had trouble operating our stereo and ever since the party our CD player has played CD’s on a timer.  It just started now.  James Taylor. 

I’m working from home today.  You have to take advantage of that stuff when your boss it out of town.  I’ve been rather productive, but I always want to do chores when I’m here.  Maybe I should convince myself that I’m working from home tomorrow so that I can clean the tub and toilet without having to motivate myself that it’s the right thing to do and that it needs to be done.

I just got off the phone with my mom.  We talked alot about baby stuff.  And last night? We went to a work party for Bub and so many people were congratulating us and it felt great.  And I feel like I’m going to miss these moments if I don’t allow myself to feel this moment instead of looking ahead so much.  I’m excited for baby but I need to enjoy this time of carrying this life first.

I’m hungry and don’t know what to have for lunch. 

We have lots of housework ahead of us this weekend.  Bub’s friend’s mother passed away so I only have him here tonight and Saturday. 

I’m tired of the cold.  I was crying as I walked from the train to the party last night.  Not because I was sad, but because I was so damn cold.

I can’t wait to feel baby kick.

Happy 15 weeeks, little bug.

itsy bitsy mama


6 thoughts on “random

  1. 15 weeks! so exciting. it is freezing here today…the bright sunshine gives it the appearance of warmth, but upon stepping outside, we are reminded that, no, it’s actually only 9 degress outside. brilliant.

  2. I’ve done the cold crying, too. It’s the WORST. And I can’t wait for little baby kick, either! It makes me so giddy! Yay! Have a great weekend!

  3. Our CD timer was on for awhile. It started in the middle of the night and it was always the first song on the Keane CD. My roommate and I would wake up at 2 in the morning to “Ohhhh simple thing, where have you gone?” We finally just unplugged it.

  4. It’s kind of exciting to read a blog about something totally different from the usual. I mean, I’ve heard my friends talk about their pregnancies before, but you have such a romantic edge to your words.
    I actually just read an article about Paula Radcliffe today, and how she trained through the majority of her pregnancy with her girl. It’s interesting that everyone has their own way of going about it.

  5. I love reading about your pregnancy too! It’s so exciting for you…I can’t even imagine.

    But yes, enjoy it. I’m sure you’ve got that glow by now.

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