Friday, February 24, 2006

Don't get caught!

I noticed last night that I can feel the top of my uterus now (12w6d today), right around where my panties sit. I'm so fascinated, I just can't stop feeling it. Just have to make sure no one sees me!

10 comments:

Kim said...

He he he he. You're so cute.

pixi said...

Hey, that's a nice bit of reassurance that the kid is still growing (since you were looking for some). I wonder if that means you'll start to "pop" pretty soon?

Leigh said...

It is so cool to get to follow you through these moments. I can only imagine how exciting it must be for you! Good vibes to you and the little Phred.

elle said...

OH, I love that. I used to do that too - because it's just so unbelievable that stuff is going on in there! But it is! And, I read pixi's comments and just wanted to warn you that you may never "pop". And that is OK too! I am seven months, and while folks can 'tell', they keep saying "oh, your tiny baby". Which is upsetting and annoying. The baby is normal, healthy size, I;m just not showing very much. It's all normal, so don't worry about your belly. Just enjoy it all!

Kath said...

OK, hands on the table where we can see them.

That is such a cute image I have of your right now...

Alexa said...

How exciting! It must be a relief to have something tangible to remind you that you are pregnant.

Stephanie said...

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i love following this little adventure!
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Ova Girl said...

Ha, that's very cute. And also...totally understandable. I can't keep my hands off myself. Which sounds creepy really.

Hoping said...

Hey Nico thanks for hoping over and giving me some "light" on the counting weeks. Everything seems to be going great with your pregnancy, Congrats!

Laurie said...

I totally did the same thing. I was CONSTANTLY poking and prodding at myself. When I could first feel the top of my uterus I kept making DH feel it to the point where I think I was getting annoying. :) ("Dad! Watch me! Watch me! Watch! Watch! Watch!" - that kind of annoying. :) )

Yay for your uterus!