Friday, November 14, 2008

Three Days and Counting!

Well I have gone three days now without feeling sick. Wahoo!!! It is funny how when you have felt sick for so long you forget how wonderful it is to not feel sick. I have felt so good the last couple of days. I forgot how nice it is to be able to eat and not dread it.

I am not sure I am completely done being sick. Sometimes I still get a sick day or two thrown in there at this stage. But I do think this is a turning point for me. I am getting excited for Thanksgiving food already! 

I am sure my little baby bump will now start rapid growth. I gain all my weight in the middle three months. Those are my good eating months. I will have to take a photo of the belly sometime soon to share with you all. 

Watch out belly! Here she comes!

16 comments:

Torrey said...
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Noorda Notebook said...

hey, not so fast torrey.....we're rooting for a little baby boy over here!

Tiffany said...

Yeah...gotta love feeling better! :) You are darling. Coby and I are in Aneheim right now and are headed back through Vegas later today. I was hoping if you don't have big plans we could drop in and see ya for a few. I have a little something for you and this new little critter! :) I'll call you later today. Loves!

The NELSON Family said...

YAY! Happy not-sick days!

Kelli said...

Woohoo!!! I'm so happy that you are feeling better. Those first few months are brutal. This is the teaser stage though, you start to feel better and when you least expect it, it sneaks back and attacks. Hopefully not much longer now until it's smooth sailing. Good luck :o)

Amanda said...

I'm so glad you're feeling better! It's so awful when you feel terrible all the time.

Rebecca Whitcomb North said...

Hooray, Stephanie! I'm glad you're feeling better! Being sick all the time isn't very fun at all, especially when there's other children to take care of. I'm glad you're starting to feel more normal. Best wishes!

Larsen said...

Jealous. But I guess I'll eventually get there to. It just seems to last forever. Glad you can eat. Maybe you should go eat at Olive Garden, Get the Chicken Alfredo and think of me while you are doing it. Maybe I'll find some satisfaction that way :) Happy to hear you feel better!!

Donna said...

Your point of how wonderful it is to not feel sick after you have felt sick for so long is how I related in my RS lesson "Stand Fast through the Storms of Life" how typically we feel so much more blessed once we pass through a trial. We appreciate the blessings of the Lord much more fully. Just as we often take for granted our health again, we also start to forget how blessed we are if we do not consciously make an effort.

There were many quotes from talks at General Conference that fit well into this lesson. I'm sure you have studied these words many times over for comfort during this storm in your life.

If you haven't had a chance to read chapter 19, since I believe you are in YW, take the time to do so. I'm sure it will offer you additional comfort and hope.

Congrats on the upcoming addition to your family and on feeling better!

The Tarin Family said...

Yay for non-sick days! They are the best! Congratulations on the new baby(I haven't told you that yet.) I'm really happy for you and your family! I predict a boy! Here's to more days of not feeling sick! **Sends Non-morningsickness Dust Your Way!**

Mimi's Toes said...

Looking forward to baby bump pics. Glad you are feeling more yourself lately. Goodbye morning sickness.

Heidi said...

LOL! What great news!

The White Clan said...

Congratulations!!!! I know just how you feel. There are those days that you have to weigh, is this a good throw up or a bad one? I am hoping that the worst is over for you! It is a good thing they are worth it, right?

Julie said...

Oh, happy happy joy joy. That is great you have had a couple of good days.

Looking forward to the baby belly pics! All this baby talk is giving me the itch!!!!! I'm getting antsy!!!!

Jenn said...

You do not know me, but I have been reading your blog for a couple of weeks. I have linked your blog to mine three times. Why you ask, because I lost my son when he was 9 months old to cancer. That was six years ago, but I have a friend wholost her son to SIDS in May, and I started a blog to help my friend grieve. You and my friend are at the same place, you still dream about your lost child. You both have similar feelings, and I have tried to help my friend through you. It has been six years for me,and the emotions and memories are not on the surface like they use to be, I have to search for them. And in searching, it has been hard for me. You can look at our blog (because she joined) and see if you would like to be a part of it. I think it might be a good idea for you, because hopefully you won't get judgemental comments about getting pregnant too soon. This is my philosophy on that one- NO ONE should ever judge a grieving mother, ever! Until someone knows what it is like to lose a child, they should keep their mouths shut.I have a blog for my family, and a blog for my son. I try and unfortunately seperate the two, because it makes people way to uncomfortable, which is sad. I still mention my son on our family's blog, but I don't get too personal. Just look at our blog, and see what you think. I don't want you to think I am creepy, because I am normal. I am just putting myself out there to a stranger, which make me feel and kinda look creepy. Okay enough rambling- My name is Jenn, and our blog is rememberourboys.blogspot.com

Just me! said...

Cute!