February 24, 2018

I want to write a light post after all of the sadness we've been through. 

Here are some silly reasons why I've cried since becoming pregnant:

* I HATE the smell of our dishwasher pucks. 

* I HATE the smell of our laundry detergent.

* I HATE the smell of all cleaning products.

* A brand of rolls I used to love smell TERRIBLE now. 

* Josh Groban's beautiful voice singing "O Holy Night"

* Missing my husband's face.

* I love my dog so so much.

* My husband made me scrambled eggs after I requested them. I took one bite and made him remove them immediately. I felt terrible.

* I couldn't find a hotel to book and was really frustrated. 

* My coworker saying I have a lot going on and I should rest. 

* Not wanting a single thing to eat at lunch even with tons of choices. 

I cry a lot. Haha. I'm sure I'm forgetting some, but it's funny to look back. My husband is a true champ!!!
 

:)

Natalie

September 2, 2017

Warning: My story is sad

I was instructed to stay in bed for 3 days. I was so cozy and comfortable in our room. I watched a lot of TV and read a lot. On the 3rd day I felt INTENSE cramping. I was moaning and breathing heavily. I thought for sure I was about to get my period. It hurt so bad I had to get the heating pad. I labored through the cramping for a good hour, and then it stopped. I put a pad on and waited for my period to come. It never did. 

I went back to work on Monday and I felt different. Like super zen. Nothing was stressing me out like usual. I didn't care. I felt good. I felt light and tingly. Every day after work I would go home and I just HAD TO sleep. I would nap until my husband came home. I was also SUPER hungry. I needed to eat a snack every couple of hours. (I've been super hungry with all of my meds, but this was just different. More intense.)

I was so glad I was working at the time. I...

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