One of my friends/coworkers had a business lunch with a couple of women from another department. One of the women asked my friend if my pregnancy was an "oops" or was it planned.
Thank god she was the one asked that question because I'm sure I would have answered, "It could be considered an 'oopsy' if I had wandered into a darkened room, tired and needing a nap and fell into a valium-induced conscious sedation, spread-eagled and bottomless, on an exam table with my feet resting comfortably in some stirrups....and if four other people with masks wandered in and just figured every vagina looks alike via a ultrasound wand....and the embryologist accidentally slipped some fertilized embryos from a pipette into my uterus..."
Yep. That'd be one hell of an accident. I'm trying to cut her some slack because not EVERYONE knows, right?
I guess I'm irked since the woman who asked has absolutely no personal interest in me, or at least has never shown it much less acknowledged my existence. Purely juvenile snoopiness.
Maybe I should ask her to be the baby's Godmother since she's suddenly taken an interest in my gestational status?
A couple of you remembered I had my 24 week OB appointment yesterday. I didn't mention it because it was uneventful, if not downright dull. Weight OK. Blood pressure OK. Uterine growth OK. I did ask for an iron screen, which came back ever-so-slightly below my doc's preference so I've been given a script for an iron supplement.
I return April 30th at which time I will get another ultrasound to make sure Murdock is on target for growth and I go through the glucose screening. We even threw a couple of dates out there for the c-section (no VBAC for me and I have no desire to even try). He's thinking about 7 days from the due date, but that could be problematic since I went into labor with XBoy 10 days early.
Maybe I should worry about getting through April, May and June first, huh?
Things must be fairly tame around here since I haven't udpated my password protected blog. Of course, I'm sure I've just jinxed myself.
Remember how Mr. DD asked me to wait on buying any baby-related stuff? I just found out that my little impulse buying behavior is nothing compared to his: he bought a frickin scissor-lift from ebay a few weeks ago and I just found out. A scissor-lift! Yeah, like he's going to have any time this summer to be messing with shop projects. What a twit. It's a good thing I love him.