Wednesday, July 23, 2008

Nothing

I've been meaning to write something for a few weeks now, but I haven't been able to think of a subject. I still can't think of one but I figured if I started typing something would happen.
So here's what I've thought about since I started writing:
Two months from Friday I will have a baby. That's when I've scheduled my C-section. I really hope I don't go into labor before that time. I don't ever want to experience full on labor and I don't want my water to break anywhere that I (or some one I know)would have to clean it up. Gross. Do they break your water if you have a C-Section? Hmmm...
Well, crap. I'm stumped for something else to write about right now. At least you got that much out of me. Till next time!

7 comments:

Mama Nae said...

They break your water during the surgery, not before. So you won't have to feel a thing....

And you should write more often, even if it's boring.

lucylucia said...

Yes, you should write more often!! Hey, next weekend is Lauren's wedding! I am really looking forward to seeing you guys and taking some good group shots (not to be posted to the blog however).

Emily said...

Gross. I really hope that if your water does break at the bank, Sean has to clean it up.*fingers crossed*

Mama Nae said...

One day - just pour some water on the floor and your chair and yell for Sean to come help you! Wait till Emily is there so she can have fun too. You girls need more work to do!

gabe-o said...

During my clincal hours, I "got" to be in the OR and watch a few C-sections. Some of my thoughts during that time (I am not making this up):

'No wonder they put a curtain up so the mother can't see the surgery.'

'Well, better coming out a big hole than that much smaller one.'

'Oh--that's what a uterus looks like. I'm sure they'll be able to get it back in, no problem.'

Well, at least you get some powerful painkillers for afters.

Anonymous said...

I think the best place for your water to break would be in a water ballon fight. No one would know!
-Aaron

hellocayce said...

Yeah, I'm glad I don't have to witness the C-Section. Scott on the other hand was fascinated with the first one and I'm sure will be with this one too.