Let’s Try This Again…

Before you ask…

No. We didn’t “plan” it. Since the miscarriage, I have been a little desperate for it, though.

Yes. We do know what causes it. We like it. We are going to keep doing it.

We have five. This makes six. And it’s probably not the last. We like our kids.

I’m due in June. Probably the same week as the last two babies. We must really like September.

No, I didn’t change my mind about homebirth. And, yes, I want to go unassisted again. Thank you for your concern.

I am thrilled, of course! Marc is, too.

I feel terrible. Thanks for asking. Terrible. Horrible. I wanna crawl under a rock and die. But, I know this is how I do it, so I can get through it. Plus, my kids know the drill by now and have really stepped up around the house. And, hey! I got dressed today. Yay for me!

I really wanted to keep this one hush-hush. I don’t know if I am afraid of losing it or what. You know, I already announced a pregnancy this year and I don’t want to do it again. To go through the whole thing again, ugh. My darling Man, however, is so excited. And he can’t keep a secret (you should see him at Christmastime!).

So, there it is. The reason I have been hit and miss with everything, from blogging to knitting to getting up in the morning.

Yeehaw!

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15 thoughts on “Let’s Try This Again…

  1. Congratulations! My thoughts and prayers are with you for a healthy pregnancy. On the bright side, (if you can call it that) if you are feeling horrible chances are everything is going well.

  2. Yeah! That is awesome, wonderful news!

    The fact that you even thought about getting dressed, let alone did, is miraculous. I do it feeling terrible too, so I know how you feel. (And it’s great that you feel horrible! Um, ya know, as far as that goes.)

    I am super, super happy for you and your husband and your wonderful children. Siblings are the best toy you can give them. 😀

  3. Congratulations! *squeal*

    You know, I’m glad you told. I know you worry about the possibility of having to “unannounce” (which is natural) but don’t. Those who care for you want to walk with you down whatever road you’re on. I always tell right away because I don’t want to celebrate alone (nor grieve alone.)

    Prayers for peace and puking! 😉 Hurry up, June!!!

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