In Which Bella Gets into a Tight Place

In Which Bella Gets into a Tight Place


I was putting away Sophia’s clean clothes when Bella started whining and then crying, “I’m stuck! I’m stuck!” I turned around to find that she had stuffed Pooh, Eeyore, and Kanga into her trash bin and then somehow managed to wedge herself in on top of them. Of course I sent my sister to get the camera before we pulled her out, much to poor hysterical Bella’s dismay. But it was too funny not to get a picture.


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  • I’m on the other end—i have a 5 week old- but I understand how you feel. I was just saying to my husband today that its hard to write cards, wrap presents, bake, and get ready for out of town family when I’m spending part of each hour nursing a baby.I keep feeling like saying that I’m getting nothing done, but than I realize this is what I’m meant to be doing right now. And I was rewarded today at her 1 month checkup with an almost 3lb weight gain. So, take comfort in the fact that you are doing just what you are meant to be. And believe me, obsessing about sleep is perfectly normal. You are in my prayers.
    P.S.-I just realized i had an old email so I changed it to the right one.

  • Cheer up, Melanie – certainly there’s no need for you to apologize! I guess 95% of your readers have gone through the same – early pregnancy can be though (and sometimes it stays so for the whole 9-month package!): it makes you feel sick, weak, moody, fragile… But as you said, it’s not forever! And don’t forget that, at the center of all this craziness, there’s your baby, whom I hope you’ll soon be able to see in the first sonogram. I am so excited for you!
    As far as your readers are concerned, we’reading you to get the whole picture, so we’ll take the steam as happily as we take the sweetness and the deep thoughts wink