Tuesday, March 18, 2008

Sorry to freak out, I am much much better

I am so happy to say that I am MUCH better than I was this weekend with the whole dislocated pelvis stuff. I really thought it over and remembered that we went to a park on Friday and I did just about everything that is the "wrong" types of movements for this condition. Then sat on a metal bench, hopped up and down many many times and be-bopped into the car...to come home and say Uh-Oh, Owwwwwwww and sort of concluded that this was my new crippled life now and got extremely upset.

We did go to the field trip yesterday AND I went to work and I was ok. Slow, stiff, careful. Around 10 pm my dear dear friend took over for me and I could have left right then but it got SUPER busy and I stuck around for another 45 minutes or so. but I was really glad to get out of there and when I arrived home in my driveway I was really really sore, but woke up today fine! YAYYYYYYYYYYYYYYY!!!!!!

The kids know about "mommy's bones" and that I have to lay down here and there..but I was even sitting in a hard chair most of this morning with them, enjoying our stuff from the arts and scraps recycled craft place we went to yesterday. Listening to music, making stuff, it was so cool to feel normal and like a mom still, I was ecstatic.

My camera is being weird but lots of belly pics soon to come!


Judit said...

sending lots of healthy thoughts to your mommy's bones :-)

Kelley said...

Oh, I am soooo glad you are doing better. Pregnancy tends to be uncomfortable enough without all the extra stuff added on.

By the way, I took your advice and found a new midwife. I'll post about her tomorrow. She is fabulous! We hit it off instantly, and spent 2 hours chatting this evening in her office. It was great. Now, though, I've got to figure out a way to un-hire my other one. Hmmm. Any suggestions? Now I'm not so jealous about your midwife anymore. Yeah! :)

Rixa said...

I know that the worry over SPD has receded, but I thought I'd share this fantastic link about SPD (which you might already know about) from Plus Size Pregnancy. The info applies to anyone, large or small, of course!