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15-09-2014 07:13 #361
15-09-2014 17:02 #362
Still no baby
Baking peanut butter choc chip cookies did not start labor.
Eating nearly ALL the cookies did not start labor.
100% sure the pain in my belly is cookie induced and not baby induced.
15-09-2014 18:06 #363
15-09-2014 18:14 #364
15-09-2014 18:18 #365
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15-09-2014 18:22 #366
Yes - there is nothing else to do. I feel too gross to leave the house so that only leaves cooking since I don't like cleaning. I'm going to cook my way into labor!
Lemon slice sounds good! I've never made it. Madeira cake - i'm not sure i'm a fan. Is it a bit dense?
15-09-2014 18:29 #367
So I was just at the local pool and there was a couple in the next lane engaging in some undesirable activities (at least in a public pool where other people are swimming around). I'm sure the lifeguards knew what was happening as they kept walking past them, but no one said anything to them. Neither my friend or I were game enough to say anything as they were both quite big and a bit rough looking. Surely they realised we could see what they were doing?
15-09-2014 18:35 #368
15-09-2014 18:48 #369
The Not So Serious Vent Thread #3
@firsttimemum34 here is my foolproof plan. Wait until you're exhausted. I know you are already. Even more exhausted.
Gather yourself together to haul your ar$e down the stairs to assemble a delectable tasting plate of plump green glistening grapes, firm cubes of cheddar cheese, smooth and enticing quince paste, and dark chocolate.
Have a long, luxuriant shower. Wash your hair. Settle yourself in bed, wet hair and all, in a big, soft bath sheet with tasting plate and chick show of choice on DVD.
Wait for waters to break. This should take roughly 30 seconds.
Hang in there. When your bub is in your arms this agonizing wait will be a distant memory.
15-09-2014 19:10 #370
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