Aiming for progress, not perfection.

"...being confident of this, that He who began a good work in you
will carry it on to completion until the day of Christ Jesus."
Philippians 1:6

Sunday, January 13, 2008

i should've known better.

yesterday, i said i believed the morning sickness has been letting up.

please, oh-god-of-super-hilarious-irony, forgive me.

it was just the calm before the storm.

i have been overwhelmingly nauseous for three straight days. like, all day. as in, sit-down-every-five-minutes-cause-if-you-don't-you-will-puke nauseous.

i didn't have anything like this with ellie. in my second trimester, i was super sensitive to smells, and that would sometimes make me feel sorta woozy. but not this.

and i'm not a fan.

so. make it stop. ahora.

1 comment:

kablot spot said...

I read one of your earlier posts where you asked if you should disclose your pregnancy to potential employers. As an employer, I would say 'yes'. Especially since this pregnancy is a pre-exixting condition and would not have to be covered on their insurance, if applicable. I would disclose it in the second interview, not the first. I think it will give you credibility with the employer. It would with me. And if it is God's plan for you to have that job... He's already worked it out. He will honor your honesty.