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Monday, May 01, 2006

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Yay! Baby pictures. :-)

So! Cute! :)

Glad you are feeling (a tad bit) better.

I always found writing difficult when I was pregnant. My theory is that all your creativity is otherwise occupied now. So. You get a free pass from me for the next...um...year or so (allowing time to adjust). After that, you'll start getting an irritated frown from me. But for now? All smiles over here.
I am a bit jealous though, because your 14 week belly is smaller than my nearly 5 year post-partum. Ahem. Pardon me while I go drop and do some crunches.

All of the pictures are adorable! I especially like the progressive bellly photo idea. A related idea, which I heard about when my son was small: take a picture of the baby as a newborn in an item of clothing of mom or dad's (like a college sweatshirt). Then, take a picture of the kid on every birthday in that same item of clothing.

Continued blessings to you and your growing belly. BTW, how is Rosie doing?

Aaaaah! Pictures! Bitty baby pictures! Excellent!

Ooohhh...I love pictures! S/He is adorable Arwen, a perfect little button nose! :)

It's hard to write while pregnant. I've found all my creativity and cleaverness to have flown out the door. I feel like my posts are so boring now a days. So don't feel like you owe an explanation, you are using all that energy gestating a lovely baby!

Aw, so cute! Did he/she dance around at all? The noses are definitely the last word in adorableness - I squeed over Daniel's nose at every ultrasound after 20 weeks.

For writing - I found that I could write pretty well while pregnant; about pregnancy, that is :). Anything else was likely to give me thoughts of "Oh, yeah, that's interesting, the implications could be ... oh look, a bird!" No attention span at. all. Don't feel bad in the slightest.

Whew. thanks for posting--we readers of infertility blogs can be the anxious types...

Squee! Cute nose!

I do have to chuckle at the belly pics, because in relation I'm looking about 22 weeks pregnant. And my youngest was born almost three years ago. Ah, the price we pay... ;)

Awwwwww! Beautiful!!!

Hey - getting to a point where you may or may not lose a meal *is* the point where it should start to go away! Progress!!!!

This may sound dumb, but I just couldn't wait to get maternity clothing! And any day now (5 years later) I should be done with it, ha! But seriously - I always thought materity clothing got more stylish and cool the minute I stopped needing it!

Too cute!

So adorable! That is such the cutest smallest baby
I hope you've not worn that outfit for two solid weeks!

I love ultrasound pictures, the baby in profile is so cool. And I loved seeing Noodle in there kick boxing and stretching and being cute. I totally understand the idea of buying an ultrasound (not that I would but it is so cool to watch). I am so happy for you. I hope you washed the outfit between the 2 week photos.
:)

Adorable nose! Not saying anything about that teeny little belly while I'm over here getting pregnant from head to toe. Oy.

Belly pics! Yay! You're lovely, your baby is precious. I'm so happy for you.

Wonderful! Thank you so much for sharing. I'm glad you're feeling at least a little better. Your baby is lovely. :)

What a beautiful baby! I'm so happy for you!

I'm hoping that the good days come around for you more often than the bad from here on out. The u/s pic is great...the baby looks like a baby instead of a blob! :-)

Baby pic!!! Yeah!! And yes, it's the cutest little nose. Ultrasounds always seem a bit surreal to me - there really is a baby in there!

And love the pics of you - are you going to wear the same outfit throughout the series of pics? Will the shirt stretch enough?

Think of it as a two steps forward, 1.5 steps back kind of progression forward. Hopefully in a few iterations of this, you'll be sickness-free and get to an enjoyable time.

Been reading for quite some time, but just had to leave my first comment and say what a precious little baby you have! I will never forget the first time we saw our baby on u/s. It was one of the most special times in our lives!

I hope you are feeling better soon. :)

Yay! I am so happy for you!

Great idea to start taking pictures now. I am sure the changes will be very dramatic.

THanks for the advice! Of course I'm not mad! I was told about the b6 today by my pharmacist he was sooooo helpful....I got a perscription for some anti nausea medicine today....I'll only take it last resort...I also picked up some dramamine he said along with the sea bands I got hopefully it will do the trick before haveing to use the prescription...Thanks for the advice :)

Beautiful pictures!

I loooove belly pictures!! I took a bunch when I was pregnant... I like your template too, BTW...

Mary, mom to many

Hi Arwen! I'm new here. I found you while reading comments on "a little pregnant" and was overcome by how little I know about my faith (which is why I read all those comment sections on controversial/Catholic issues, but I digress) in terms of the IVF question. Thanks for sharing your insite.
I just wanted to let you know that I'm about 9 weeks behind you with my first also and I'm praying that week 12 is the magic number for me. I will be reading more and catching up, but keep posting those belly pics and sonos!! Love 'em!
Holly

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