Who am I pissed at? People who make maternity shirts. Who do they make these for anyways? And are they even women who make them? Probably not. Because no woman who had ever been pregnant would make a shirt that last only until you were 6 months pregnant. I am so tired of waking up in the morning to put on my extra large shirt that is huge on me in my shoulders and chest and yet only covers half of my belly. Why can't they make these shirts for REAL women. Women who actually grow bellies while they are pregnant. GRRRR! What a way to start out my day. Pissed off because my belly is constantly playing peek a boo with the world. And it didn't used to bug me because my belly used to be cute. Who the heck wants to look at something that could quite possibly be mistaken for a road map of the greater LA area?
I have been thinking about redoing Bears room now for awhile. Classic Winnie the Pooh is adorable for a baby, but not for a toddler who is obsessed with cars and trucks. So yesterday at Walmart, I bought him a new crib sheet with cars and trucks and Cars pillowcase and a Cars blanket with every intention of making this happen. Today I went into arrange everything for photos because I want to sell the Pooh stuff on craigslist or Ebay. I started pulling things down off the wall, and I got the bumper and quilt out and I felt tears welling up inside me. I got the pics taken and now I can't download them. I mean I can, I just can't bring myself to do it. This is my babies stuff! I don't want some stranger to have it in their house! I know it is totally ridiculous to do a screening for baby bedding, but I want a background check done of anyone who thinks about buying it. Am I just being emotional? I am all about out with the old and in with the new. Why is this so hard? I know that I could keep this stuff till he was 5 and still have a hard time getting rid of it. So I will probably pack it all away and store it until he has children of his own. And him and his wife(who I will have screened) will look at me like I am nuts and I will tell her, "Just you wait..."