Tuesday, October 23, 2007

like a beacon of light...

This morning, while getting ready for work, I was trying to figure out which pants best accompanies my ever growing bloat belly (or, at least the one that would appear by the end of the day).

Here's my tip: Wear a nice button up shirt. I have the problem of having wide shoulders and a narrow waist, so I always have to buy my shirts big enough to fit my shoulders (and boobs) then it's baggy at the belly. Well, these 'classic' pieces have come in handy during this past week, and I'd imagine the future few weeks.

Anyway, as I was flipping through the clothes that I'll have to move to the back of the closet this morning, there it was: the beacon of light shining down on my pair of yoga pants with a draw string. It was sitting on my shelf, towards the back of the closet(because who am I kidding, when was the last time I did yoga, or really worked out?). Thank God. It will take me 2 seconds flat to yank the pair of khaki's off that I'm wearing right now and pull up those glorious pants. But that, has to wait until at least 5 pm.

The best part? I totally love the part of the day where I secretly un-button my pants at work. Nothing like walking around, in a professional environment, not fully dressed.

And, I can only imagine, it will only get much, much worse, before it gets better (land of maternity oz).

5 weeks, 1 day (Pregnancy wheel = PW 4 weeks, 1 day)

3 comments:

Anonymous said...

I seriously live for your blog--I love it! I am so glad I came across it on the nest. I'm a TTC-er in hiding as well and am in my 2ww & very much living vicariously through you via your blog. I know nothing about blogs, but it seems you are really good at it! :) Keep it coming! And PS: go you for not telling anyone!

littlemonkey said...

Aw, thanks! I'm happy my little notes keep someone other than me entertained! I'll keep blogging away!

:)

pmarie33 said...

Hi, just thought I'd drop by and say hello. Cute pic of your hubby with the digital. It's hard to catch you on the gp lately, so I figured this might be easier.