...when you finally don't feel like hurling all of the time.
Good riddance first trimester. I am glad to see you go.
With Evaleigh I didn't have morning sickness too bad at all. This baby...is a completely different story.
I had to sleep with Saltines by my bed. I don't want to eat another Saltine for the rest of my life thank you very much. This morning sickness was more like all day sickness.
I don't know why I was stubborn and didn't take my husband's advice. I should've just gotten the darn Zofran. While I've heard that it works wonders for your nausea I've also heard it can stop up the other end for a month or so. No thanks.
I've been feeling pretty sleepy this time around too. I'm sure missing those naps I could take just about anytime when I was pregnant with Evaleigh.
A couple weeks ago I was feeling particularly exhausted so I closed my bedroom door as to barricade EJ and myself inside. I laid down on the bed to hopefully get a little shut eye while I let Evie destroy our night stands and book shelf in the room.
I was awakened by the noises of swishing and splashing water.
My pregnant brain forgot to remind me to close the bathroom door and EJ was having a blast in our toilet. One of my proudest mom moments...
There are only a few more weeks til we find out what we are having, can't wait!