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I knew when I was posting my status on FB this morning that I shouldn't have said how tired I was. But yet, I did it anyhow. Truthfully, I have not been overly tired with this pregnancy, and I really do think it is because I only got 2 1/2 hours of sleep the other night because I procrastinated on a project. All totally my fault.
Of course, my best friend all through elementary, high school, and college says, "Maybe you're pregnant again. ".
What an idiot I am. I didn't really answer, but I just said, "Only you" and then proceeded with my story of my lack of sleep the other night. I'm pretty sure I'm not outed, but that's all my mom needs is THAT little thought seed planted in her head. I guess when I am thinking while I'm posting it that I might get a particular reaction, I just shouldn't post it.
Mommy to Jasmine (17), Kirsten (14), Ana (12), Katie (3), Xavier (1), and Gunnar (born 10-15-14)
I have had to stop my fingers a few times when I've wanted to whine about feeling 1) tired, 2) hungry, or 3) nauseous. I'd be afraid one of the few folks that knows replies something that connects the dots or I'll start tempting people to ask.
It's tough when I'm ravenous and just want to share the volume of food I've eaten and then complain about wanting more because I think it's funny- but then I have to stop myself.