This week's episode had some great kid moments! I was laughing so hard with Stella and the wet dream question! I can't believe how well David handled it and just answered her like it was no big deal. So funny! And then the scene with Owen and Briana in bed. He is so stinking adorable with his donut request and his "please Nana dear!" I can't wait for my baby to be his age! I also loved hearing Jolie talk to Kelly about what she gave up for Lent. I remember being a kid and giving things up for Lent at my Catholic school, and then trying to find every little way around it. Lent feels like such a long time for a little girl! And milkshakes aren't actually ice cream, right?
It was so sweet of Heather to give me a shot. She did it so quickly with no fear. It was great! I wish she would've been around for all of my shots – then I wouldn't have had to give myself 15 minute long pep talks each time!
I was really disappointed in Jimmy's lack of sentiment throughout my IVF process. And honestly, there were moments I was questioning if getting pregnant was even the right choice. Now that I am pregnant he is so happy and excited for our baby girl to come, but at the same time I still think he's removed. He's more excited about decorating the nursery and buying a stroller: things that are needed for a real life baby, not one in utero. He just isn't going through the hormones and emotions like I have been and I know as soon as our baby girl arrives, he'll fall in love and be just as excited as I am. Maybe it's like our new puppy, Girly Girl. He didn't want her at all! Now that we have her though, he dotes on her more than me and even wants to wake up for the middle of the night potty breaks!
I can't believe all of the craziness at the '70s party! I loved seeing everyone in their '70s outfits and I hated being so out of it because of how much pain I was in. I picked quite the party to bring my mom to! Kelly definitely flew off the handle faster than she should have and I thought that there was a lot more lead up to that situation. It seemed like she was throwing out a lot of low blows without hearing out the full story. However, I didn't think David was out of line with Vicki. He was being a good husband and defending his wife initially, but then when Vicki provoked him, he let out a lot of pent up anger from Vicki’s failure to apologize for her involvement in the cancer scam. I think he was right on point. Of course though, since Vicki won't apologize or acknowledge her involvement she had no other option but to defend herself and fire back in a losing battle. It really is a never-ending fight.
I'm excited for next week for a little less drama and for you to see my trip to DC with Heather for Fight CRC!
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