Sunday, January 31, 2010

What A Tease

Hubby and I went out to dinner last week and since the restaurant was super busy we waiting at the end of the bad. Hubby was going to grab a beer while I got my club soda with two limes. Before the bartender had come over another bartender came up to me with a Cosmo in her hands saying is this yours. With tears in my eyes I had to say no I didn't order that.

Man, that shit hurt!

Loving This

Sessie and I have been rocking out to this song .. "Need You Now" by Lady Antebellum

Picture perfect memories scattered all around the floor
Reachin for the phone cause I can't fight it anymore
And I wonder if I ever crossed your mind
For me it happens all the time

It's a quarter after one, I'm all alone and I need you now
Said I wouldn't call but I lost all control and I need you now
And I don't know how I can do without
I just need you now

Another shot of whiskey can't stop looking at the door
Wishing you'd come sweeping in the way you did before
And I wonder if I ever cross your mind
For me it happens all the time

It's a quarter after one, I'm a little drunk and I need you now
Said I wouldn't call but I lost all control and I need you now
And I don't know how I can do without
I just need you now

Guess I'd rather hurt than feel nothin at all

It's a quarter after one I'm all alone and I need you now

And I said I wouldn't call but I'm a little drunk and I need you now

And I don't know how I can do without

I just need you now

I just need you now

Ooo, baby, I need you now

Monday, January 18, 2010

Kick Kick

Exciting News, hubby felt the baby move today! Woo Hoo!

The little one, nicknamed Sessie, has been growing like a weed but since my placenta is on top the doctors had told me hubby probably would need a few extra weeks before he would be able to feel the baby. He needed the babys kicks to get harder for it to penetrate the placenta. There is no danger with the placenta. Doctor said the placenta could be above, right or left. The only worry if the placenta is below.

Monday, January 11, 2010

Domestic Disturbances

We started working on our baby registry which is exciting and very overwhelming at the same time. We are very lucky that we have friends and family members that are letting us reuse some of the items they have out grown which is a huge help but still need a lot.

When I walk into Target or Babies R Us to work on the registry I feel like I am walking into battle. We started online with Target and grew rather frustrated since their website sucks. We put in Waterproof bibs and books came up. Mind you the books were not even baby related. Oye, so we decided to just go to the store. That is fine in theory but once we got there we realized that they do not have a large section of baby items in the store and that they have even less neutral colors. By the end of our trip there I was hungry, tired, thirsty and my feet hurt. It was at that point that I didn't care what the freak we registered for and didn't care what my hubby thought and I just sat on the floor. I didn't care if I looked homeless (something my friend Kim has said in past vacations) I sat on the floor. Hubby quickly realized that he better get his ticking time bomb of a wife out of the store and that's exactly what he did. Smart man.

A few weeks later I was feeling better and we started on our Babies R Us registry. When we first got there it was pretty busy which was to be expected and we had to wait for a scanner. No worries we had tons to look at. A few moments later I decide I will use the ladies room but remind hubby to listen for my name to be called so we can get the scanner. As I am leaving the ladies room I think I hear my name over the loud speaker so I ask hubby. He tells me nope they haven't called me. Okay, we keeping waiting. Then a moment later I hear my name very clearly over the speakers. I turn to hubby and say they called us and we need to go. His response was they did? I wanted to punch him but I controlled my hands and we went to get the scanner.

Now using the scanner is fun, just point and click. We are going through the make shift list that I made and hubby is carrying the Baby Bargains book so we can reference it when needed. I don't mind looking at the book for a moment or two but when we are in the store I don't want to suddenly research the difference between baby gates. Just put it down on the list and we will look at the book when we are home. Well, hubby's plan is to research while we are shopping which makes me want to slap him but again I control my hands and we keep going. We get to pacifiers and we are looking at the age limit on them. Out of no where hubby says, well babies should not be using pacifiers over the age of 6 months according to research. It is at this point where I turn to him and tell him he is annoying me, sounds like a first time dad and I am seriously considering walking out on his ass. I take a few deep breaths and turn to another aisle. At this point I don't care any more and just keep moving. He catches up with me after a few and we are able to finish the registry for the day.

I swear, I think baby registry places have more domestic disturbances than bars. Is there any research on this stuff? The moral of this story is that I think Babies R Us and other stores like them must have security guards posing as pregnant people, you need to.

*Side note: 1. Pregnancy has made me angry so look out. 2. Hubby really does try to help out and does take really good care of me. 3. I try to use my words and tell him when I am frustrated because he is not a mind reader. 4. My mood changes pretty quickly and soon hubby said something silly and I was laughing.

The something silly that made me laugh ....
Me: I need to get a sundae after this.
Hubby: But its Saturday not Sunday.

Sunday, January 10, 2010

Grocery Carts

Hubby: People annoy me. This woman walked almost all the way to the grocery cart rack only to stop short and push the cart into the vicinity rather into the dock.

Me: Well she got it close.

Hubby: Ya, but why go almost all the way and then stop. So I pushed her cart into the dock with my cart.

Me: Good for you.

Hubby: I just wish more people would put their carts away because then maybe grocery stores wouldn't need to pay people to return the carts and maybe it would be less cost involved which would mean lower prices.

Me: But then we would put poor high school kids out of a job. I feel bad about that.

Hubby: Not me.