This post is full of nothing but complaints. Please do not read if you are not in the mood to listen to me gripe. This is simply for my own recollection someday when I forget how terrible I felt during the first half of my pregnancy. Proceed with caution.
I was up all night puking and with diarrhea. Fun times...
I think Daniel was pretty traumatized.
I'm pretty sure it's the flu considering I had a fever, and chills.
My lower back hurts so incredibly bad. I cant do anything that helps to ease the pain.
I'm pretty miserable.
I currently am experiencing this awful pain on the left side of my neck, chest, and upper arm. It feels like a gassy pain. Like when I had surgery and the anesthesia was wearing off. It's incredibly painful as well.
I still have this cough.
I'm convinced that half of my puking is caused from the severe coughing.
It has been one month.
I am SO crampy this time around. I don't remember ever having cramps when I was pregnant with the kids. In turn, I am forever worrying about the baby and my body. I know it's "normal" but it has never happened to me. I hate it.
I hate Heidi.
And her obsession with peeing in our bathroom causing me to have to clean it up--
in turn causing me to gag, and sometimes resulting in more vomit.
The house is ridiculously messy. Christmas was great, but now I don't have the energy to clean up the toys and sweep the floors and pull down ALL the decorations. I want to clean it all. I just cant.
I get to see the baby tomorrow. I am officially 10 weeks.
I can't believe it, and it still doesnt feel real. I told Daniel that this must just be another confirmation that this will, indeed, be our last child (hopefully)--because I am not a puker. I would not have had more children if my first pregnancy was spent barfing. Well, I probably would have...but my gosh, it's miserable.
Props to all of you who get really sick. I am blessed for sure, because other than feeling nasty, I have only puked these few times, and again, I believe it is more flu than anything.
Hopefully I'll feel back to myself in a few weeks.
Hoping. Hoping. Hoping.