Tuesday, May 4, 2010

Tired

Long time, no post. Things are going ok here. Just wanted to post an update.....

31 weeks and have officially moved into high risk - gestational diabetes.....not so excited about this news, but have it under control.....

Baby Boy is measuring ahead by 3 weeks as of a couple of weeks ago. I am so tired, that I cannot even summon the energy to really even talk to anyone. Still working the usual 12 hour days....

Someone asked me yesterday when "I was going on break" - manspeak for maternity leave. Another woman in the room jumped in and gave him the lowdown on maternity leave. It was amusing. Wonder why some men (and women for that matter) think of maternity leave as just time off from work?

15 comments:

Leah said...

So great to hear from you! I'm sorry that you are so tired and about the GD, but glad that everything is well otherwise.

:-)

Sue said...

Thanks for the updated - I hope the rest of your pregnancy passes quickly.

Kami said...

Hey, how are things going? I hope all is well!

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