Wednesday, November 28, 2012

Signs of Waiting

On a different note- the winner of the inappropriate maternity comment goes to the man who said to me, "You're hanging low, baby." Creepy man, please don't call me baby. I wish he were referring to the child in my womb, but the way he said it, I know he was not.
My six year old wrapped this pretty little advent wreath that he made in school today
 and gave it to me. So sweet.


Jamie Jo said...

When I was pregnant with our first, I did have to tell my father in law, as politely as I could, Please don't touch my belly. People, for some reason, when they see pregnant women, forget their manners and personal space boundaries.

Creepy guy--hope it was a stranger and you do not need to see him like every week at Mass...

Thinking and praying for you Sarah!! Your tummy is so perfectly round and beautiful.

Alice x said...

Wow you look very pregnant. Not that you can be more or less pregnant! But that is a very big bump :)
I don't even think i put my hands on my Aunties belly when she was pregnant until it was demanded of me!
Why on earth do people do that when they don't know you?

Katie Rose said...

yes! thank you for the belly shot! i can't believe that guy said that to you, people are really rude sometimes, but whatev, you are about to have another sweet baby girl in your arms!

Anonymous said...

Lighten up!

Allison said...

When I was pregnant for the third time, for some reason I carried big. I had not gained all that much weight but every ounce was in my stomach. People were constantly asking me if I was having twins. Nope. Are you sure? Yup. (these were people I did no know. The rudest comment was from a woman at work who I did not know at all. I walked in one day and she said "Are you having triplets?" Our Lucas was a big baby; 9 pounds 12 ounces. But just one of him!