Today, my mouth became a saliva factory. I noticed while talking to my boss this morning that I had little drool pools at the sides of my mouth, almost like I needed to suck it in before I spoke. Coming up the stairs talking to our marketing director, I had to swallow before I could respond to a simple How are you? It didn't make me sicker or puke, which is nice. But its definitely new. And I think its normal. But a very odd sensation nonetheless.
I've noticed my comments are down. And I worry that now that I've crossed over into pregnancy talk that I'll lose some of you. I hope not because your support has meant the world to me, but if its painful for you here, I understand and I wouldn't blame you for moving on. I know for some people, talk of pregnancies can be very difficult. At the same time, I still consider myself infertile.
More likely, you are tired of me talking about my constipation and don't find bathroom texting as hilarious as me and my sister. Touche.
We received our very first 'baby' gift today. My friend S had given us the Baby Bargains book, but this is an actual gift for the baby. A woman who works at one of our stores in Topeka brought me some adorable Carter baby socks today. I *almost* cried and did have to give her a hug. Isn't that the sweetest thing?! This woman, who I think is very sweet, but really maybe only talk to once a month when she has a question, bought my babies a gift. Their very first pairs of socks. I was very, very touched. I couldn't find a picture online, otherwise I would paste it here.