A little about me:
I'm 32 & married to the most amazing man, Eddie who is 30. I have a 14 year old daughter from a previous relationship (although Eddie has been her Dad since she was 6). I was 17 when I had her. Eddie and I were married in November 2012 and are now expecting a son in October 2014! We had a bit of a journey for one year trying to conceive our son - I'm sure that someday I will share all of our trials, but for now I'm just going to bask in the joy that we are able to have a child!
It has been 14 years since I have experienced pregnancy and raising a baby so it kind of feels like the first time all over again.
Tuesday, April 19, 2016
32 weeks. Hormones on high.
Yesterday I went to the doctor for what I thought was a spider bite that got infected, and found out that I have shingles. So dumb. It's a little painful but not too bad. I have to take 9 pills a day. Crazy. I'm hoping it will heal fast because I'm tired of people not wanting to be around me. :-(
I came to my NST today and the nurse told me it would make everyone feel more comfortable if I waited in a different waiting room. I felt so dirty and nasty. Yuck. I'm mad because I know I shouldn't be working. I know it's a big no no to wait tables and have a highly contagious disease...
"Here's your oriental chicken salad with a side of shingles..."
You can only catch it if you touch it directly, but I don't feel like explaining that to every person.