Simon delivers

23 October 2011

"a good mood on a plate,"
Simon said when he very kindly brought this to gracie sunshine this afternoon during a particularly rosy moment of a particularly pretty mood of babypotbelly watching and not boiling.

points scored.

points immediately taken away a few short moments later during a conversation about labor and delivery when he claimed, "well...if I were having a baby...I would definitely go natural."

(I fully intend to heroically go 'medicated' when I do have a baby in the nearish future)

never a dull moment.

14 comments:

  1. I can't believe my SIL said that! Would he like medication if his body was being cut into two pieces? Tell him that's about how labor feels. I went the natural route with my two oldest and I learned my lesson! Drugs are WONDERFUL!

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  2. The apples were a cute move, but not cute enough to dig him out of that pit. Holy crazy batman, Simon, you have much to learn my friend. ;)
    PS drugs are a gift to help the real miracle of birth be truly appreciated, imo.

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  3. I've got your back, Simon.....but from a VERY safe distance....FIL GS

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  4. funny title :) it's funny how easy things sound when you not the one doing them! i had the 3 kids without drugs, but with each of them i was screaming for an epidural at some point and what did my hubby do when i was asking? nothing. he said if he got the doc/meds for me, i would have been mad at him later! :0

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  5. But it's so much less painful with an epidural! And if men had to have babies, you know they'd have never invented the epidural because men would insist on being knocked out for the whole thing.

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  6. * and that would definitely be under the "i didn't ASK you" category in my mind.

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  7. HA! Yeah, I would like to see any man try :)

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  8. That's hilarious, my husband keeps suggesting that I try an epidural this time, instead of going natural.

    It doesn't matter how you go, does it? Our men still want to tinker around with the process.

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  9. Pretty sure the only way to not have a baby naturally is if it comes out your nose. :)

    Too bad you'll never be able to put Simon's declaration to the test.

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  10. I'll give up my epidural when mankind gives up televised football. We all need a little something to numb our feelings from time to time...

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  11. Now that's a gutsy statement! But, then again, that apple does look delicious, so maybe he thought he was safe!

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  12. I've done it both ways, and I can say, drugs are good. (I didn't have a choice with my daughter. She was in a hurry.)

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  13. What a hoot! I hope he made up for that comment with some more treats!

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