Tuesday, November 07, 2006

So I'm a tad emotional

Okay.



The hormones are in full force. My emotions are out of control.



#1. Last Thursday I had to take Bailey to the vet because he was having a severe case of #3's. As I'm waiting for him in the waiting room, I hear the vet talking to a dog owner in the other room. Talking about how hard of a decion it's going to be. She walks out.. completely in hysterics because they are putting her dog down. I had to LEAVE THE WATITING ROOM because I was crying just as hard as the owner was. Didn't want to upset her more. =/



#2. At church we are in a marriage series. So the band played the coolest wedding song. Tears were streaming down my face. Darin noticed getting tissues out of my purse and could hardly contain himself from his silent church laughter. I guess my "hokey" meter is broke because Darin let me know that the song was a tad on the wedding-song-make-you-wanna-vomit list. Oops. It touched me, what can I say?



#3. Um, Extreme Makeover Home Edition was on last night. Nuff said? The poor girl had a HOLE in her heart! Gosh I could cry again just thinking about it...



#4. Last night I cried myself to sleep because Bailey is so mad at us due to the medicine we've had to give him the past 5 nights. He won't even eat. You know he's honked when he doesn't eat. I just want him to be himself again. =(



So yeah. I guess the hormones are a raging. And I was emotional BEFORE carrying baby H! Poor Darin. =/

14 comments:

sarah said...

oh man.
if/when I ever get pregnant I'm screwed...
I cry and stuff like that NOW!

hope kitty gets better soon! :(

Dina said...

You are so precious!!! I just love how big your heart is (hence by shout out to you). You are too cute and all will be okay. I say bring on the tears - no matter what the reason! If you need someone to cry with, just call. You know how I am about crying! Love ya!

amber said...

Ok, so I can relate. When I was pregnant with Cameron, I cried because I forgot my hairspray at home when we spent the night at my grandmother's house. Funny to everyone else, pretty sad to me apparently. LoL. Hope you are feeling well.

Jill said...

awwwww! it's ok, at least you have a good reason :) i hope Bailey gets better soon!!

island girl said...

As long as you weren't crying to the Hokie Pokie,then all is good! hahah!!

Anonymous said...

aww, big hugs, D.

Anonymous said...

I remember that phase! LOL!

Niki L said...

I'm so sad to hear that you're crying!! I understand the emotional part, I'm pretty emotional too so I can't imagine having the hormones ENCOURAGE the emotional behavior!!

How about we all make a deal that since you're so emotional, it's our job to make the HAPPY, SMILEY Darce come out in full force! I'll work that one!

familyjames5 said...

yep...remember those oh so emotional moments. take care.

Miss Milissa said...

Aww... it'll be ok.. I cry like that now and I have a 13 year old... hee hee hee.

Kat said...

awww! love this post
yeah- and it doesn't seem to go away. i read that it does in the second trimester? not so much over here........... just invest in some tissue!!!

JenSmack said...

Poor Darcy! I remember all too well what that was like... don't worry about it... just let it happen. (not that you had any control over it)

It's all part of getting you ready to be a Mommy!

xoxo

RACHEL =) said...

Well, I've always been an emotional person, but once I got pregnant, ohhhhhhh my goodness! It was pretty out of control! AND, it stuck with me -- I bawl over commercials now! =(
Love this post though, you are THE CUTEST!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Anonymous said...

It's ok to be emotional ... you've got the NUMBER ONE excuse to be emotional. You can call that pregnancy card for all sorts of things! I definitely recommend it because it's not like you're making it up ... something about being pregnant makes a girl super emotional.