My BIL's ex walked up to me when I was about 8 months pregnant with Julia and said, "Hey, tubby!"If I could have gotten off the couch to wallop her, I would have. I'll never forgive her for that.
Was this a stranger or someone you know who thought they were being funny? That's so mean. I hope your comeback was equally scathing.
Your photos are absolutely magical in their quality. I'll be back often!
Okay. I have to tell you this. Your blog is possibly my favorite blog of all time. It is what I imagine mine to look like when I have children. It is precious, and silly, and loving. I'm always impressed, and although I don't comment as often as I'd like, know that I appreciate this place you've got here.
Mamatulip, that a woman is at the end of that nasty little comment AMAZES me! Ug.And yes, Andrea, this is someone I know, and someone from a generation and position in hierarchy not inline with my own ...Yamagoo, thanks for stopping by and for your praise on the photographs. It makes me smile.And thank you for reading Lauren. Thank you for saying such nice things and for being inspired.
I remember after giving birth the nurse said "were you always this fat?" Yeah. If I could have gotten my leg out from underneath that heated blanket I would have kicked her in the teeth. But I was too cold.
I can't believe people. I really, really don't know how people feel comfortable saying such things.
People say the most outrageous things. Like they have no mouth filter at all.
Um. Yeah. ok. For starters you aren't that big at all. This was me at around 36 weeks:http://www.flickr.com/photos/37996591168@N01/186489753/My mother felt for my ribs like a vet does with a golden retriever. SHe also siad, "Jaysus, you've got a wide beam." Nice, huh? ??? :- )
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