Wednesday, June 21, 2006

Eight Is Enough

Have just entered the eighth month which means we have approached the beginning of the end, the home straight, the bell lap or any other cliches which fit the bill.

The classes have left the world of the theoretical and embarked on hard-core Tachlis. Talking about contractions, breathing exercises, what to do when the water breaks and the like.

As I have said before once you find out that you are pregnant the excitement is replaced by the waiting game or when things get a bit testy; the blame game.

The eighth month tends to be overlooked in the haste to get it over and done with. After all, this is the last time for the rest of the lives that we know life as it is sans child.

We say goodbye to the old world and say hello to the new one. A brave new world which contains babysitters, breast-feeding, baby Mozart and nappies.

Can't wait!


Blogger Aliza said...

Awww, you sound all mushy! You're going to be a great dad.

10:31 PM  
Blogger kasamba said...

I was going to say enjoy your last good nights sleep but there is no way Mrs is getting a good nights sleep now anyway!!!

Beshaah Tovah!!!
I'm so excited, I could plotz!

10:48 PM  
Blogger AnySara said...

Beshaah tovah - you guys have been in my thoughts. Enjoy your time together and enjoy your birth experience. I'd be interested to hear if you guys are doing hospital or home, midwife v. doctor, if it's not too personal a thing to ask. I've been doing a lot of reading on the subject and am interested to hear different viewpoints.

11:38 PM  
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11:38 PM  
Blogger Sweatshop Worker said...

I want to babysit!!!
Eli and I are first in line...

11:49 PM  
Blogger Dot Co Dot Il said...

Aliza - Thanks! I hope so.

Kasamba - We could plotz too!

Anysara - Thanks. Have been thinking about you guys too. Have emailed you re your questions.

SW - Ok but I have to warn you we pay about the same as your present employer.

9:10 AM  

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