Thursday, July 19, 2007

How do you feel?

I've been hearing this question a lot. In many different tones and with many different inflections. How do I feel? So much could be said.
Excited, nervous, anxious, lucky, scared, delighted, panicked, unsure, unprepared, ready, not ready. . And as for physically: tired, large, achey, spontaneous leg spasms, constant acid reflux, some Braxton Hicks, hot, either starving or totally without appetite, and surprisingly after saying all this I feel really well overall. I honestly feel that my pregnancy symptoms are so small compared to so many pregnancies that I know of that I cannot complain. I would not trade my pregnancy for anyone else's.
So usually when I hear the words, how do you feel? I sum it all up nicely with: Good.
It's pretty accurate.

10 comments:

Tori :) said...

I'm so glad you feel "good." I loved being pregnant because my symptoms were so "mild." Other than the ginormous butt, I was good.
Take care Robin... and watch your mailbox.

Lauren said...

no but seriously, How do you feel? haha, I crack myself up.

I am so excited for your baby to come!

Kayelyn said...

I am glad you feel good. I love to hear about pregnancies that don't try to kill ya.

I feel good, too, reading your blog and listening to the awesome song. One of my favs.

Stephanie said...

you look really great, too. even in this milion degree weather you look fabulous!

melmck said...

you looked great the other day, i'll tell you what! i'm so glad you aren't dealing with the crap i was. good work!

Nancy Face said...

You have such a great attitude! I'm glad you feel good, and I hope everything goes really well this week and when it comes time to deliver...oh, so exciting! :)

Melissa said...

You are so positive. I'm excited for you guys! Wow... any day now. Just a lot of loving and red raspberry tea does the trick! :)

Macey Kay said...

I am glad you feel good...Good Luck!

diana rose said...

you definitely wouldn't want to trade pregnancies with me unless you enjoy being involuntarily bulimic.

Mrs. Burns said...

I totally understand getting asked that ALL THE TIME. Btw, is hemroidy a word?