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Sprout | -2 days past EDD

I'm still here.

We didn't have the baby yet.

I am at work and if I could just get my co-workers to stop coming by my desk and asking, "no baby yet?" that would be awesome.  But they won't.  It's annoying for me especially since I still have a baby in my belly, but from what I understand it's especially annoying for my husband since he doesn't have the physical appearance of a pregnancy with him daily.  His response is going to be, "I'm here and decided that it would be best to be start out as the absentee father..." They'll love it but maybe stop asking him about it if he starts there.

The comments and things surrounding him not arriving are much more annoying than the fact that I'm still pregnant.  I'm really okay with it.  Seriously.

I know that I'm just prolonging the inevitable, but we chose to be here and we are.  This week will answer some more questions for us and we'll see how things have changed.  I'm hoping that something has changed, but you just never know.

I see my dr. today at 4:10pm.

More updates to come as I have them...

Happy Monday!


the grumbles said…
ha! yes, this. why do people ASK?! if you're at work you clearly have not had a baby. yet another instance where I think people are just trying to say something to you without thinking about it and out comes something stupid.

one woman at my office had the gall to say she was so sad and upset that I hadn't had my baby yet. really lady? really? you say that to a hugely pregnant grouchy monster? I could have socked her. I guarantee I was sadder than she was.
Dre said…
That has to be the most annoying thing ever to endure those comments. I always got them before I was full term because I was so big. So nice. Good for you for going to work. I know lots of ladies who started their leave on their EDD, and then sat at home going crazy (and had less time to take off when the baby actually came). Going about your routine and keeping moving should help get things going. Sending good labor vibes your way...
Wendy said…
People make the stupidest comments! Hello? Baby belly! Still here!

I'm thinking about you! I can't wait to see his little face and to hear what his name will be!
Oh, hang in there. And ignore those comments.

My favorite one was always, "OMG [insert look of amazement] you are STILL pregnant."

Shut it. :)

(So excited for you!)
Leah said…
I think you have a great attitude Jill! Keep it up!

I'm hoping for a very encouraging appointment!
Sassytimes said…
Oh boy, I can only imagine the comments. My co-workers were horrible too, which is why I went on early maternity leave (days before my due date). I couldn't take it anymore - and they had already given all my work away to my 'fill-in', so I was bored to death on top of the annoying comments.

Hang in there!!!
Anonymous said…
You probably won't want to hear what I have to say...but I'll say it any way!

My sister-in-law went two weeks past her due date with her first child AND she had to be induced!

Hopefully this doesn't happen to you! I keep checking to see pics of little Edgar!

Hang in there!
molly said…
Girl, I can't imagine how annoying the comments must be.

I'm sure everyone is just anxious to meet the little bugger ;)

No one more than his mama, I'm sure!!!

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