Tuesday, October 14, 2008

Welcome to the life of Megan

I have nothing interesting to talk about - except that I am 11 weeks pregnant - one week away from that coveted 12 week mark! Baby Griffith is the size of a fig now, and all major body parts are completely formed.

Found this on another blog, and I am bored, so...
You have to use one-word answers.

Your hair? Blonde
Your mother? Friend
Your father? Giving
Your favorite thing? football
Your dream last night? none
Your dream/goal? family
Your favorite drink? wine
The room you're in? study
Your ex? traveler
Your hobby? exercise
Your fear? wasps
Where do you want to be in 6 years? content
Where were you last night? home
What you're not? patient
Muffins? Blueberry!
One of your wish list items? crib
Time? Dinner!
Where you grew up? Edmond (Oklahoma)
The last thing you did? feed (my dogs)
Favorite weather? fall
What are you wearing? sweats
Your favorite book? Dickens
Your TV? lifeline
Your pet? yorkies
Your computer? Dell
Your mood? Wonderful
Missing someone? Yes
Your car? BMW
Something you're not wearing? shoes
Favorite store? Neimans
Love someone? Lots
Your favorite color/shade? Red
Last thing you ate? Fritos
Your life? Enviable
Your friends? fulfilling
What are you thinking right now? Hungry
What are you doing at this moment? Cooking
Your summer: IVF
Your relationship status: married
What do you do when you can't sleep? computer
When is the last time you laughed? work
Last time you cried? today

Okay, so I cheated on a few.


Jill said...

Hey Megan-I know I'm late here, but I just wanted you to know how sorry I am to hear about the loss of your twin B. I'll keep you guys in my thoughts and prayers. It does sound like Baby A is doing well. ((hugs))

StoopidMonkies said...

Hey, I was just going threw other infertility blogs and I noticed you lost baby b. HUGS i know exactly how you feel. I too lost baby B on the 4th (I still have babies A & C, was pregnant with triplets). I am very glad that A is doing well and handling it well. If you ever want to talk I am here because I know how you feel and what you are going threw. HUGS and sorry for your loss!

Iris Flavia said...

I grew up with BMW. Dad taught me how to drive at age 14 (manual) and got into trouble when I went for a ride. Alone. Miss both.