then sends a kick in the pants to remind me that He is in charge of my life, not me.
So husband and I are expecting a baby. In March. I had thought I was done adding more members to the family. After Pixie's unexpected arrival, I thought I had moved on. In fact, I gave away a lot of maternity clothes, a high chair, an exersaucer, and countless other baby accessories.
That will teach me!
on the morning of surgery, they ran a pregnancy test as is normal procedure. It was positive. You could have knocked me over with a feather.
The world tilted.
I was able to have my surgery, but I was only able to get a nerve block for it- no sedation. Not something I would recommend.
The past couple of weeks have been spent getting used to the idea, I am still having a hard time with it, as well as dealing with butt kicking nausea and vomiting.
In short: men (or women plan) G-d thinks it is pretty darn hysterical and throws you for a loop.