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In an effort to launch something in a very short timeframe, after three months of coding in off hours for stints of a few minutes at a time, I used a framework to get *something* out. This is not code I would use for a client. Ever.
In fact, if you could see my face right now, you'd realize this is a little more than painful.
But, as sometimes has to happen with personal projects, the non-paying personal site takes a backseat to quality and gets dressed in handmedown code. Thanks to VMcore for the free ride here.
I can’t believe you told the internet “I peed a little.” Good stuff.
He’s not gonna slip out of your hayhay! You are too funny!
thank god someone else is in my shoes. I’m 31 weeks pregnant and sneezed so hard I too, “pee’d a little”. It was so embarassing and having hubby stand there and laugh was not funny at all. I also can relate completely to this kid wanting to just fall out while I’m walking. Insane!
Good luck chicky!
That is funny I have the same comment as the other Emily. I peed a little bit too just reading that.
He, he, he! I remember feeling like Mimi was going to drop out. In fact, at one of my appointments I asked the doctor if he was sure that she was still in because after walking around the school in which I worked to get papers signed, I was sure I dropped her during one of my 12 bathroom stops.
Even now, 11 months after giving birth, I sometimes feel like I am going to drop something. I find myself tightening my anus muscles, just in case. Alas, it is only my bladder that is threatening to eject itself.
I felt that way a bunch with my 2nd pregnancy, but amazingly enough I haven’t felt that way this time. I think this baby is really high up, because I can’t breathe. Or it could be the 80 degree weather. Regardless, like you, I’m quite uncomfortable.
I never felt this with my girl. She was so high that I couldn’t breathe and I had to go do some high diving maneuvers at the pool at 36 weeks along to get her to switch to the head down position. I screamed with that did happen…
It is sort of funny because I never did that pee all the time even while I was pregnant. I just had this baby up in my ribs.
Great post though…I am feeling for you.
Oh yes…incontinence… I have to remind myself to go sit on the toilet if i’m going to sneeze or laugh…and if I’m at the store, I try not to look too obvious while I cross my legs whenever I sneeze…eh…
Oh, the joys. And I’m so glad you are not afraid to talk about this stuff, and really, I’m not either, I just know it would absolutely horrify some of my readers. Maybe I should just do it anyways… hee hee hee.
I still get a kick out of the word “hayhay.” LOL!
I remember feeling like that, especially with Jacob, as I was 6cm before I dragged my hiney to the hospital! But Bridget is the one that practically fell out. I went from 3 to delivered in 45 minutes! A whiff of pitocin was all I needed - woo hoo!
I had a c-section with my first son and never experienced contractions or water breaking; let alone any of the other scary things every woman talks about. I was oblivious! Along came baby number 2. Karma got me 10 fold because all the things I told my friend “could not be that bad”, were that bad. He didn’t “fall out” nor did I even dilate, but I sure as hell thought I had. I still don’t know what its like to give birth through the hay hay and honestly I am okay with that but I have felt pressure and it is not good. Not. Good. Best of luck with the rest of your pregnancy, there is light at the end of the tunnel. Did I say that? That is so not funny.
I almost peed a little when I saw that you actually wrote “I peed a little!” HA!
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