I’m up. It’s 3:18 in the morning, and I’ve been awake for 45 minutes. Why, you ask? Because my poor son not only peed right through his diaper and all over his jammies, but also had a horrendous case of diarrhea too.
He was up from 2:30 until 6:10 this morning. Ugh. I’m not even human that early! *sigh* He wanted to watch The Sword in the Stone yet again this morning, so I put that on and dozed in the recliner while he sat in my lap. I had just about gotten him to fall sound asleep after it was over, but then the inevitable happened: John heard his Daddy get up and into the shower. He was content to snuggle with Mommy while Daddy was in the shower, but the moment he heard the bathroom door open, I became chopped liver again and he scrabbled with all his might to get out of my lap and went ditty-bopping down the hall, chirping away like a little bird.
As my son struggled to free himself from the clutches of the Evil Mommy Monster who was trying desperately to rock him back to sleep, he managed to dig every elbow, knee, and heel he has into my boobs, which I appreciated so much I could just crap. I have to say that my cha-chas haven’t hurt this badly since I was pregnant with John, and even then they didn’t start hurting until I was 5 weeks pregnant. Of all the symptoms I’m having, the breast pain is by far the most convincing that we may have indeed been successful at conception this month.
While we were up during the wee hours of the morning this morning, I couldn’t hold it and had to pee several times. So when I got back up later on this morning, my FMU wasn’t nearly as concentrated as I would’ve liked it to have been, but I guess it would have to do as far as testing.
With my luck, it’s once again the indent line that I’m seeing where a positive would show up if I was indeed pregnant. Which considering how badly the girls are still hurting, I’m still not convinced that I am not pregnant. But who freakin’ knows anymore. My plan is to not POAS anymore until much closer to my period – we’ll see how long that lasts!