Doesn't that just sound yummy??? No? Then, unlike me, you are probably not pregnant.
So much for NFP. When I got pregnant with Isaac, it was easy to see that I had misread my signs. This time I am convinced that I did not. Depending on what due date the doctor determines, I will decide whether there was an exceptionally long lived sperm or if I ovulated a second time (both of these are scientifically documented but extremely rare phenomena). It is sort of frustrating to find that after all that abstaining we got pregnant anyway. Why bother with the NFP then??
But despite all of that I am delightedly happy. I figure God chose to bless us inspite of ourselves. God's timing is never wrong.
And since Abigail has been praying extra hard for a baby sister, I am willing to bet this baby is a girl (the way I feel is also a good indicator).
The best I can say for when the baby is due is sometime in December. Which could make for an interesting Christmas.
This afternoon I am sorting through clothes, no sense of having a closet full of stuff that doesn't fit now and won't fit anytime soon.
Besides that, something about being pregnant makes me want to clean and sort everything. Paul will come home and wonder what happened.
(By the way Dave and Monica if you are reading this, would you like our little coffee pot?)
I also find that eating healthier has been easier. Partly because I know what I eat is going to feed a little person. And partly because I keep craving vegetables.
On an unrelated note... I just found out we are getting a humongous tax return. PARTY TIME! Actually, although I have not yet discussed the matter with Paul I think that we will put ninety percent in savings and use the rest to buy new blinds for our living room (unless Paul thinks a new camera is more important).