Saturday, October 29, 2005

From Here to Maternity

Well, I've hemmed and I've hawed and I've wondered whether it would be really stupid to 'fess up to being knocked up on the blawg. Me and the old man just decided, what the foo?! Most of our closest friends already know and I don't mind our not-as-close friends knowing now and I guess it really doesn't matter if some strangers know. So there. This is why I've been feeling sick---when they say "nauseous" and "morning sickness", they really mean it. Months of it! I had also temporarily lost interest in several of my favorite things: coffee, good tea, and knitting, though I'm starting to feel better and thankfully my knitting muse seems to be back! My posting may be sporadic---especially around late March, if all goes well...

By the way, is that barefoot and pregnant doll not the scariest?!

6 comments:

sari gordon said...

BABY! BABY! BABY! BABY! BABY! BABY! BABY! BABY! BABY! BABY! BABY! BABY! BABY! BABY! BABY! BABY! BABY! BABY! BABY! BABY! BABY! BABY! BABY! BABY! BABY! BABY! BABY! BABY! BABY! BABY! BABY! BABY! BABY! BABY! BABY! BABY! BABY! BABY! BABY!

oh boy!

bootchie said...

Oh, Sharbles---you so funny! ...and clearly supportive of the impending BABY!

mark said...

maybe you should stop all the high minded man writing, and get back in the kitchen with your bare feet where you belong.

P.S. BABY!

Colonel Nikolai said...

Wunerful, wunerful. A composite you and hubby might just be the most anticipated reproductive event of the century, at least in my book. It will be cuter, it will be sassier, it will be funnier and have more musical talent you can shake a sky-scraper at! Maybe it'll even knit us a new suspension bridge over the St. Croix? Good for you.

Miss Knotty said...

How exciting and wonderful!!!! Congratulations on your family-member-in-the-making!

Psalm 139:13
"For You created my inmost being; You knit me together in my mother's womb."

(P.S. I just love reading your blog!)

bootchie said...

Thanks, y'all!