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First off let me say how happy I am that you donít have a penis! Now, I understand that you may want to differentiate yourself from your brothers and thatís ok. I am fine with you not being as active as they were, although I love to feel kicks, I can always use the dopler to know you are fine. I am even fine with all the weird things you are doing with my skin (breakouts, bumps, etc). The issue I am not ok with is your eating disorder. I donít appreciate dry heaving every time I walk into the kitchen and I would REALLY like to be able to eat at least one full meal a day rather than a big meal every 4 days! I know weight can be a touchy subject for women and I donít mind losing the weight but you are far too young to be worried about your waist line! You are supposed to have a little belly when you come. I would really love it if you would let mommy eat and stop making mommy dry heave all the time, especially when talking to peopleÖ it makes mommy and those mommy is talking to, very uncomfortable. Thanks in advance. Love, Mommy!
I feel ya, Kim! Bailey is definitely letting me know she is different from her brothers in every way already. I start dry-heaving in Bible Study yesterday....yeah, perfect timing...let's hope our girls settle down and let us eat somewhat normally soon!!!
*~*~ Katie; Mommy to 3 fun-loving boys, one sweet little baby girl, and #5 on the way! *~*~
Maybe that is a sign that this one is a girl...I've been starting to have nausea again too. Luckily no throwing up in awhile, but yesterday I did run to the bathroom a couple times "just incase". Hope it settles down for you ladies soon!
OMG, I know you didn't mean for people to laugh, but I can't help it. The idea of someone dry heaving while in conversation with another person is cracking me up!
Ohhhh, I hope she lets you eat comfortably very soon. I can't imagine how awful that is for you!!!! The letter is priceless though, and I agree, you should save it.