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Thursday, April 03, 2008

you know how it is...


you know that feeling you get when your favorite restaurant closes down. if you live in philly, then you definitely know what i am talking about. well, it just stinks, doesn't it?? knowing you will never have that favorite dish again, or see those waiters/waitresses again, or just experience the smells, tastes, and atmosphere. I guess that is how i have been feeling these last few days. Chris had his procedure (you know...the one that ensures that there are no more babies.). It is a weird and sad feeling. I know how content we are with our three girls, but I also feel i need to grieve a little at the fact that i will never experience pregnancy and birth again. Also, I am, starting a new job in a couple of weeks as a labor and delivery nurse. i know i will have it in my face day after day and hopefully "get my fix." but it isn't the same as experiencing it yourself.

8 Comments:

At 4:01 PM, Blogger Dumuro said...

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At 11:56 AM, Anonymous Andrea said...

Here I am all worried about the pain of having a child (which is probably at least 3-5 years in the future for me), and now you're saying how wonderful an experience it is (which I've heard before, but never in the way you describe it). I know I (we - my fiance and I) probably want to adopt. Hmm... I may have to reconsider whether I might be willing to birth my own children or not. Thanks for this. :)

 
At 1:25 PM, Blogger MeesheMama said...

Is that Titi? I see her belly stickin' out.

~Kindred

 
At 3:28 AM, Blogger Kimberly said...

I felt the same way when Si had his surgery and I was pregnant. I just was complaining that morning about how uncomfortable I was thankful that it was the last, then sad that night that it was the last. Oh those motherly hormones:-)

 
At 12:00 PM, Blogger maria said...

OK, you scared me with that pic. Didn't if there was an important email I had missed??? Thanks for clearing up the confusion. And I'll keep you in prayer during this time of grieving and happy remembrance.

 
At 4:49 PM, Blogger Dumuro said...

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At 8:26 PM, OpenID bottomland said...

*Sigh* What a wistful post... Thanks for sharing!
-Caren

 

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