Friday, September 17, 2010

Yes, I'm fully aware I have a google addiction...

I use google for EVERYTHING.  I love it.  I can just be sitting here with my feet up and randomly come up with something to google.  Dusty could probably kick butt at random Giant's trivia because while I sit here and watch the games with him, I google a player as they do something amazing (great job last night Aubrey Huff!) and look for funny or interesting facts to share with him as he tries to watch and listen to the game (hee hee).  I google health questions, I google stuff to entertain Kaitlyn, I google for random things like "creative ways to make breakfast" and about a gazillion other things.

I use google images for making announcements (yes, mine are ready and waiting for a picture), invites and all things like that, I use google shopping to find the best prices on anything, and I use google video to find hilarious videos of Anthony Cumia from the Opie and Anthony show doing karaoke while holding a gun.

But every week, I try to convince myself that I need to wait, I need to hold off until Sunday to google my pregnancy that upcoming week.  And every week, by Friday, I fail.  I try to convince myself that on Friday, I'm closer to the next week and having baby doing those things than the week I am in.  I google that upcoming week and soak in everything, every bit of information.  I wasn't such a google addict with Kaitlyn and with Matthew, I always googled but even 3 years ago the information wasn't as great AND I was always inserting the words preemie or premature in there and learning more about the risks of delivery at that stage, the positive aspects of getting that far and not really any of the fun stuff that I get to now.

So, this morning, as always, I failed.  But, I did get to read this, and seriously, how amazing is pregnancy and our bodies? 

Ever wonder what your baby is doing in there these days? She's busy blinking, looking around, grabbing things, making faces, practicing her breathing, peeing and listening to everything around her—pretty much exactly what she'll be doing for the first three months of his life, sans the adoring audience and the flashing camera.

Seriously, it's like a little Look Who's Talking movie action going on in there :)  And how in the world did that site know that I already have two cameras ready to go into my labor bag?  Which I get to start packing next week....

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