Fat lot of good that does me.You're still bitchy.By the way where is that inflatable mattress and extra set of sheets?
Isn't that suppose to be one of the reasons menopause is awesome too? I guess I will find out eventually.
I didn't know you didn't get your period while breastfeeding. Where have I been? I love when bloggers let it all hang out. I would like to as well but I am always afraid of offending people. By the way, your son is getting so big and is oh so cute. I figured I would comment here regarding the previous entry.
Maybe you're still pregnant...
Great, isn't it!!!
jq—It's not my period that makes me bitchy. It's you.lynda—I believe it is. So, technically, if you wait long enough to have a baby you could just sail right through with no more periods. Ever.naynay—We will all offend someone sometime. I wouldn't sweat it.tf—Bite your tongue.dutchy—An unexpected perk. How long do you think I can hold out?
Yeah, after I wrote that, I was like, that looks wrong. I just meant that...nevermind.
tf—I'm guessing you meant it as if I haven't had the baby yet. Not that I was stil fat or pregnant again. Either way, I don't want to see the words *pixie* pregnant used together in a present tense anytime soon.
jq—Yeah, fairs make me bitchy too. Damn carnies.
OH MY GOD! Not even after you had Gideon?? BTW, the blog statements makes it look like you've been pregnant since June of 2006. 14 months - would that be a horse or an elephant that gestates that long?
anony-ac(w)p—I don't really count that time right after giving birth. It wasn't really what I'd call a period, just a body adjustment. Elephants gestate for 24 months. Can you imagine?
funny you knew it was me - I forgot to sign.Love, ac(w)p
Lucky you. Since you don't have a period do you still get the PMS symptoms because those are what I don't like to deal with.
Post a Comment