Thursday, November 8, 2007

The heat is on

So far, I have hardly felt pregnant other than the extra weight, and a little nausea at the beginning, but yesterday, the baby turned on the heater. Thank goodness this didn't start a couple of weeks ago when it was still blazing hot outside. I am typically a cold natured person, so this is totally abnormal for me. I am just grateful that both of my pregnancies have ended in winter months. I could not imagine having these hot episodes in the middle of the summer; I think I would pass out.

I'm sad, I missed a day blogging, but I was so tired last night that I didn't make it to the computer. I had something that I was going to write about, too. Of course now I have completely forgotten what it was. I definitely get a little scattered brained during pregnancy (ok, so I'm a little scatter brained all of the time, and a lot scatter brained during pregnancy).

To stick with one of my themes, here's something that you might not know about me. I was on the yearbook staff in high school and won the journalism pin. I never had any desire to go into journalism, though. Since I was young, I wanted to be a teacher. I really loved my job, and leaving it to stay home with Kailey was one of the hardest things that I have ever done. I have never for a second regretted quitting, but I would like to go back one day, in the very distant future. At least, not until the babies are all in school, and probably not until they are all older.


  1. okay, so i went to VHS, too, and don't remember any pins. maybe i just helped make a crummy yearbook or something.
    and i've always wanted to be a teacher, too. great hours for a working woman.

  2. Maybe they just started the pin thing our senior year, b/c i don't remember getting any pins the years before.