Friday, July 23, 2010

If you feel a sneeze coming,

and you're 21 weeks pregnant with your seventh child, make sure you're not sitting cross-legged on the floor. If you forget to quickly hop up and take a defensive-stance, well, don't forget the next time. And if by chance, the next one sneaks up on you, well, be grateful you have a denim skirt that soaked up any incidental leakage.

My eyes have been itching since Saturday evening.  I woke up sneezing and sneezing.  I've been congested all week with these itchy eyes and constant sneezing. 
I love our new home.  But the trees here (a whole mile away from our moldy old home) are driving my allergies bonkers. 


Melodie said...

Hehehehe..I have sooo been there!Thanks for the laugh (sorry that it was at your expense)lol

Big Momma said...

Ah, I remember those pregnant days... maybe I'll do it again if I can convince the husband! I have to say though, I admire you for your bravery in having seven children. My grandmother also had seven children and while their house was a circus, everyone had so much fun. I'm pretty sure I wouldn't be able to handle that though! :)


RebaMc said...

Hi there! I've just found your blog through Multiples and More. I find that pulling down on the roof of your mouth with your tongue helps to suppress a sneeze (I hope that makes sense!). Good luck with the pregnancy :)

JoMamma said...

I recently invested in some panty liners to help with this same problem (Oh the joys of pregnancy and motherhood). Koen had the nerve to ask me if mommy needed diapers. I did not want to explain that yes when I sneeze I need one.

Kellie said...

I have to say this is possibly my least favorite thing about being pregnant (and unfortunately, the after being pregnant part, too). I once had a particularly frustrating day after giving birth to my third. I went out to kick a soccer ball around, an attempt to let off some steam. Yeah. Don't do that a couple weeks after giving birth. It's worse than sneezing.


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