Blob is now looking less Tadpole, more Cashew Nut by Dali. Congratulations, kiddo.
Also, did you know that “‘fetus” means “little one” in Latin? Forshizz. This is the first week that Blob gets to be called a fetus officially, and stops becoming an embryo. Sneef. They grow up so fast.
Today was also the first day I felt green pretty much the whole time I was at work. It came and went, but there goes my theory about nausea starting from mid-afternoon. I’m hoping it’s just a one-off. It’s one thing to feel uncomfortable during the remaining 3 hours of the work day. Quite another when you’re reviewing work and want to barf. Just sending completely the wrong signals here.
Met up with Fertility Friend last night for coffee, and spilled the beans. FF is a treasure trove of baby trivia, and has the gift of condensing complex biological processes in 10 dot points or less. Already, I’m given names of competent obstetricians and websites and tips on reading up about baby routines and the importance of progesterone during gestation and how there’s this other bunch of pregnancy supplement pills that completely kick Elevit’s shiny beige butt.
Best of all, she was completely delighted for us. And knew that Mama Wear now has a 40% discount because they’re relocating.
On a completely different note… my colleague recently bought a new pad with his partner, and just learnt that their new neighbour is a Ralph model. Which is such a great reality check for me because until this revelation, I figured they’d always lived on magazine covers.
The things you realise you don’t think about, until you do.
Links from FF:
- http://www.bookdepository.co.uk – A book I liked from there about routines etc for bubs was The New Contented Little Baby book by Gina Ford