I have had some changes happen in my body since I had my precious son.
I went through 14 hours of labor with him and then ended up getting a c-section.
I wouldn't change anything.
Actually, that's a load of crap.
I would have changed almost all of it.
(At least the nasty stuff.)
I would have snapped my fingers, and he would have come out.
Can we talk about how gross childbirth was?
I lost all of my dignity.
The cutest part about all of it is that I didn't think I would lose any dignity.
Reader: Oh Sarah. That is adorable. Of course you lost your dignity. Having a child, is losing your dignity.
I actually thought that I would put my makeup on and brush my hair before I had him, and that I would look fantastic by the time he came out!
Reader: Sarah! You are a naive little person.
Well, that's not very nice, but I guess it's true.
Anyways, you know those pictures you see of some of your friends, and they look amazing right after childbirth?
Pisses me off.
Who looks that good after all that sweat and all that junk coming out of them?
At least, I didn't.
Anyways, this is not my point. My A.D.D is kicking in again.
Reader: We have come to expect it from you.
My point is this:
Ever since I had my sweet baby boy, almost anytime I cough or sneeze, and my bladder is relatively full, I pee my pants.
I'm not even kidding.
I have had a cold over the last week and a half, and I have been coughing a lot.
This means that I have been peeing my pants a lot.
I am getting super tired of it.
This never happened before I had my son.
I'll be walking down the hallway and I'll cough, I'll say, "Crap!," and I'll go straight to the bathroom.
Can I just tell you that with a cold, and coughing often, I have had to change my underwear many a time.
Reader: Sarah, this is bordering on TMI, and you give a lot of information about yourself in posts.
I know. I know, but I just feel like y'all are my BFF's and if I can't tell my BFF's about peeing in my pants, then who can I tell?
Anyways, I think I am going to have to start doing Kegal exercises.
(However, I hate exercising, and even though this exercise allows you to sit, and basically do nothing, I might be too lazy to do it.)
I would say, based on his actions and adorableness 99% of the time, he was worth it.