Monday, October 13, 2008

How to Make Your Daughter Bulimic in 4 Easy Steps

1. Get pregnant.

2. Feel crummy.

3. In your rush to make it to the toilet before you lose your lunch (or breakfast, or dinner), neglect to close the bathroom door.

4. As you bow to the porcelain throne, turn to see your two-year-old standing in the door frame, hunched over and making retching sounds.

Yeah. I'll never forget to close the door again.

13 comments:

Amberly said...

oh that is funny and so sad at the same time. hope the yuckiness passes soon!!

Emily said...

Oh Jess, sorry you are feeling yucky. Don't feel bad though, the exact same thing happened to me. When I was pregnant with Annie, Christopher would graphically tell people how mommy threw up all the time. Hopefully it passes for you soon!

Sarah said...

Oh my. Poor Jess. I agree-- it's so funny and sad at the same time. Hope you feel better soon.

Jenny said...

Oh no!! I hope you are feeling better! That is pretty funny - yet totally not.

JessK said...

Yeah, it's not our best bonding moment, but definitely funny in hindsight.

The Silly Witch said...

Oh Jess. I have my own "issues," but that's not one of them. Hang in there. Feeling yucky and taking care of a toddler are not a good combo. May it pass quickly.

Shelly said...

LOL!!!

Sorry to hear you are throwing up. Yuck!

mistieleigh said...

How cute is that?!! In a weird way, i guess. And btw- CONGRATS on the pregnancy. That is so exciting!!! i hope after you pass the 12 week mark, you stop throwing up... that stinks!!
How exciting for you guys!!

mistieleigh said...

How cute is that?!! In a weird way, i guess. And btw- CONGRATS on the pregnancy. That is so exciting!!! i hope after you pass the 12 week mark, you stop throwing up... that stinks!!
How exciting for you guys!!

Nancy said...

that is funny! and sad for you!

congratulations, by the way! i'm not sure how i missed that earlier post.

erin said...

Poor thing! I hope it passes soon! And I hope Emma forgets it too!!! :) Best of luck!

Rhonda said...

This cracks me up. Im surprised none of mine were scarred for life for all the same reasons.

Laura said...

I've been throwing up about 3 times a week and I got the flu a week ago.

Now when I so much as cough, Talmage will ask "Mommy, you sick now?"

The concern is kind of sweet, though.