Fertile Journeys

December 8, 2009

I never realized…

Filed under: Uncategorized — by lhoham @ 7:36 pm

***Disclaimer*** I’m a bit grouchy. It does not mean I’m not grateful for being pregnant or don’t want to be pregnant or any of that. I’m just tired and achy. That’s all.

I never realized that I would have to give new meaning to the term “thunder thighs.” I mean, geeze. I looked down today and holy cellulite! It’s unreal. Please tell me that I have some glimmer of hope that it might go away after I have this baby. I’ve always had a big heiney and big thighs. I think it’s because I was a figure skater and used those muscles so much that they just grew to gross proportions. But now they are even bigger. And what’s up with my thighs rubbing together? It’s not only gross, but uncomfortable. Ugh!

And I’m just tired today I guess. I was on my feet a lot yesterday and wore myself out. I felt better this morning, but now I’m just beat. Everything hurts. I’m achy and sore. My back hurts, my feet hurt, my ankles hurt, my uterus hurts…

In the last year and a half I’ve been pregnant for almost 15 months. It’s unreal. I have the gestational period of an elephant or something. And speaking of elephants, my thighs are about as big as one!

And my skin is so sensitive. I have little rashes all over. Another fun thing for sure.

That’s my rant…I’m done now. Like I said, I just am grouchy.

Is it March yet???????


  1. Join the club!

    Comment by Karen — December 9, 2009 @ 3:06 pm |Reply

  2. No, welcome to the club!!!

    Comment by Karen — December 9, 2009 @ 3:07 pm |Reply

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