Tuesday, November 13, 2007

bawling like a baby

i cannot watch extreme home makeover without totally crying. i could miss the whole entire show and just see the parts where the family sees their new home, and i'll bawl like a freaking baby. it's ridiculous.

speaking of babies... i want one. i think i've come to the conclusion that i really truly want a baby. i know that boyfriend and i were torn awhile back on what we wanted to do (i can't find that freaking post for the life of me.. I FOUND IT! IT IS HERE!!!)- and in all honesty, i think he could go either way with it. but i'm set. i totally want one. it's kind of on my mind a lot lately, which super annoys me because i do not want to be that girl. but it's weird right?!?! does that mean i'm running out of eggs? lol no really. why do i keep thinking about having a baby in my belly??! maybe it's cause a lot of my friends are pregnant?!?! hell, that stuff never phased me before. what is wrong with me?!?!?

now don't get all excited cause we're not doing it for at least a year and a half (if not longer)... but i think i can say out loud that i want a baby with the man i love! don't be scared when you read this boyfriend.. it's all going to be ok. lol

12 comments:

Badness Jones said...

oh it's a crazy feeling when baby fever hits...and as Hubs said to me "well, until the time is right, let's just keep practising!" have fun!

norcalgirl28 said...

The very last frame of Extreme Home Makeover killed me Sunday as they had the program in memory of the father in the construction company. Before they showed that I almost lost it when he hugged the father who they built the house for and said "this is from my family to your family". Then when I found out he died....waaaahhh!

Becky said...

i'm so glad you want a baby with dot cuz i totally think yall should have one together! it'll be fun!

Anonymous said...

Never commented here before...but congrats on wanting a baby. Hopefully you don't wait too long though, the older you get, it MIGHT take longer, and not be as easy as the first time around. I'm in my 30's expecting my second. I feel a maturity that I didn't have in my 20's, much more emotionally ready this time. But physically, I don't know if it will be the piece of cake it was the first time! Sincerely hoping it all works out for you...and don't take this comment as some sort of downer, it's not meant to be. Just some food for thought!

Alison said...

A baby! Yay, a baby!! :)

I have a student whose family was featured on Extreme Home Makeover and I'm an emotional wreck when I watch it anyway, so knowing the family REALLY had me bawling like a baby.

Stephanie A. said...

You know, I never wanted children. Then when I was approaching 28 I was like, "If I do not get pregnant right now I will die!" It was the strangest thing. Then, thinking we were finished with the babymaking, I just HAD TO HAVE ANOTHER. And here I am now, 18 weeks pregnant. It's weird how that happens. It has to be some kind of government propaganda. ;)

carrie said...

Aaaaaw! Now, you're making ME cry! Good luck with the "baby making"!

And I totally cry at EHM too!

Daddy Dan said...

You won't regret it!

Virginia Belle said...

hmmm...you sound like maybe you are just hormonal.

i cry at that show, too, though. like a baby. :)

you two would have a super-smart and cool (not to mention good looking) kid, though. and we already know you are a kick ass mom AND blake would be a super duper big brother.

aw. *tears up*

Phoenix said...

You are not alone, I bawl every single time. But I still watch it. It gives me hope in the kindness of strangers.

Yea, you should so have a baby. I need someone else to live vicariously through.

Her Bad Mother said...

baby fever is baby fever - 's'good fever. and you'll make a loverly baby.

xo

mothergoosemouse said...

Aw man, you're making me cry too.

I bet you're one of those pregnant women who just looks like she's got a bowling ball underneath her shirt - tall, thin, and beautiful.