I've also heard from a certain source (Kristy, who I think got this from someone else) that most of life's problems can be addressed through adjusted expectations and good hydration. So I just had a gatorade and told myself while I was drinking it to quit being so impatient. Impatience is not attractive - much like cameras, it adds 10 pounds.
One of my projects is going to be cooking some things to freeze to eat after the baby comes. If you, gentle reader, have any suggestions for recipes that freeze well and aren't terribly heavy, please throw them out there. I have a feeling I'll be stocking up on aluminum baking pans and fat free cream of mushroom soup soon.
I've got to finish the nursery, find a cute diaper bag, pack for the hospital, write thank you notes, finish my playlists and completely clean and organize this entire house. Since this sounds like a list for the pregnant version of Wonder Woman, I may also invest in a red cape. When I'm wearing the red cape, get out of the way because things are being accomplished.
This is the only picture I could find of a pregnant superhero. Looks rather like Britney Spears, doesn't it? I wonder why there aren't more pregnant super heroes.
This is Most Fruitful Yuki, which is Juno's (the pregnant teen from the movie Juno) alter ego that fights injustice. Her mantra is 'Lead with the Belly, Follow with the Sword.' Such sage advice coming from a teenager. I found one youtube video where she is fighting Dick Cheney over pregnant lady parking at Babysrus. It's actually pretty disgusting or I'd post the link.
Ok, well I'd better hop to it. Have a gooooood daaaaay!!!!