Thursday, May 20, 2010

Aaaaaaa......tchoum...

Seriously, I need to get myself in better shape after this. Am having sinus headaches for about 3 weeks now!! ARRGGGHHHHHH.... And of course being preggers, I'm not allowed to take meds to help with recovery. *sigh....

And to make matters worst, Owen and hubs got sick as well! Hubs, thank goodness, recovered in just a week but Owen, he's got ear infection, eye infection, stuffed nose, coughs and fever as well. Took his almost 2 weeks to recover from it. And while the little one is sick, he's just so clingy to mummy.... Not something I want when I too am not feeling any better.
I think Kleenex would be very happy to know that their products did sell out very well as almost every one was sick these past few weeks.

I hope things will get better as the weather is FINALLY warming up a little starting today. Although a little bit windy but still at least the sun is here to stay! :D And I really need the sun to cheer me up now. At 34 weeks of current pregnancy, I've never encountered so much health related problems as with when it was with Owen. I have a feeling that this kid is going to weight a little less; Owen was 3.99kg when he was born. But still, I hope he'll be on time (unlike his big brother) and be born healthy.

For the moment I'll just have to sit back and enjoy the ride (frequent kicks and restless sleep). Until he gets here, I'll have to start stitching up his birth sampler in weeks time and also finish my Little House Needleworks: Home of a Needleworker (too!). At the moment its half done, so I'm just proud that I'm keeping to my stitching schedule FOR ONCE! LOL! Pictures will come soon enough, in say 2 weeks or less.... See how ambitious I am? LOL!

2 comments:

Yoonie said...

Hi! Shanny, Just dropped by for peek at your blog. No worries about the baby being lighter. Statistically the 2nd child would be 20% heavier!!! Have lots of rest and yes enjoy the cherries!!!!

Hugs!!!!Mel

ShannyK-L said...

Thanks Mel! I'm not really worried now that you mentioned it! LOL! But then again ever notice how younger sibilings tend to be bigger/taller in size than older sibilings when they grow up?