Thursday, August 2, 2012

on giving birth...

both of my deliveries were a bit traumatic...
like, i don't want to do it again.
so that is why every time i have to turn something out i get a little nervous...
flashbacks.

how in the world will this come out of that little hole...
but it does
and sometimes the thread rips and i want to pass out.

xx
nicke

28 comments:

  1. oh my goodness, if i didn't feel so bad that your deliveries were that terrible, i would be rolling on the floor laughing right now. (okay, i'm probably laughing a little.)

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  2. haha...oh you WERE traumatized weren't you? Poor babe! I do understand though....

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  3. You're so silly :) Show us more! Show us more! I want to see the rest of this cute bag.

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  4. Yowsa! I apologize for laughing. I had a c-section, so no such comparisons...

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  5. Oh my goodness! Too funny. You'd think I would learn after a couple, but no.......we had six!!

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  6. Omg!! I relate to this on so many levels!!

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  7. I think about that every day lately! Maybe it's because I am about to push someone out of me... And it freaks me out. I have already done it once but it never gets easier!

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  8. Hilarious! Now I know I was right not to have kids!

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  9. You try doing twins the natural way!!!!

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  10. omg. this is both sad and hilarious!

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  11. Lmao! So sorry you have to relive that through your sewing!

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  12. The babymaker is NEVER going to work if you post things like this. Just sayin'. Hilarious.

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  13. omg - i needed a good laugh this morning...good luck, friend!

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  14. that just made me giggle, but also remember...ouch! and it's been nearly 30 years since my last delivery.

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  15. I actually snorted reading that - I am so not lady like. I had a sun roof delivery so I thankfully don't get flashbacks ;-)

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  16. ROFLMAO, bless! They gave my mum sleeping pills when she came in in labour with me and told her rather patronisingly that it'd be hours yet. And that's how my mother blissfully slept through my birth, being woken to push only to fall straight back to sleep again. She always said she'd never have another one in case she remembered next time round!

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  17. oh my god, your poor orange, DS uterus!

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  18. lshmsfoafotf! that's funny... been there..... did that.... 4 times...... silly me didnt learn the first time...... never again.......

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  19. luckycharm... i totally get it!

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  20. So wrong, so funny. How is your mom doing?

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  21. This totally makes me laugh!! I have often felt, as I am pulling a bag through the hole in it's lining, that I am "birthing" it! I always thought I was strange for thinking of it, but now I know I'm in good company :)

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  22. hahahah!! I'm just going through your blog here and came across this post! I've always called this the birthing of the bag!! great minds think alike!

    did the lasagne recipe come?

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