Some days I think that parenthood is the most wonderful thing that's ever happened to me.
This blog is about all the other days.
"dat is a lot" I dunno why but I LOST it there. >,< Ok...I suppose I've not grown out of the "potty humor" yet, even at 40. What can I say?
All I can say is thank god for that, otherwise I'd have no-one to share my immature sense of humor with!
Ohmigod this is hilarious, because its so true! I'm going to have my 2nd in 5 more weeks and people are asking me 'what my birthing plan is?' This post is my birthing plan. Lol! :)
Best of luck Anon - and feel free to report back with all the gnarly details!!
I feel this so hard both because I used to think birth plans were ridiculous but also because it turned out that I did have a secret birth plan in that it did not resemble how mine actually went down.
I had to laugh and laugh when I saw this, it's so TRUE! I had a birth plan but ended up having incredibly low fluid (dry labor) so had to be induced. My doctor had ordered an epidural for me, but things happened too quickly and I never got an epidural or any other kind of drug for that matter. So I can't say it was ever a party, it was just hellish the whole dang time. Induction is intense!
Holy Dinah, Anony... So you were one of the epidural-less 5% -- and you made it through.I hereby bow down to your hero goddessness.ps: "dry labor" may be the most disturbing phrase I've learned this year.
I just wanted to say thank you, for you wonderful mommy humour. I love these little videos and this one was the best! I did the "natural" birthing class as well, and in the end, had the epidural too! Thanks for the laughing break!
You're so welcome A. Nony Mous -- I'm really glad you enjoyed it. When my daughter saw it her comment was, "why do you sound like a moose, mommy?" -- so your feedback beats hers by a mile!
This is very funny! I love it! Congratulations on being chosen as one of the Voices of the Year!
Thanks so much Betty -- I am very excited to attend Blogher - my first time!