Amelia is scheduled to make her debut on Wednesday and I am crapping myself with glee. Here’s to hoping that she’s not full of woe like the poem says.

I could not be happier unless it was scheduled for tomorrow.

58 thoughts on “Wednesday’s Child

  1. Have an easy, drug-filled labor, Ant Bee. May your feet pain be seamlessly exchanged for boob and cooter pain.

    Also? My daughter is a Wednesday’s child, and (so far) that woe thing is crap. She’s full of joy.

  2. Wow! Only a day to go! Woot!

    Hope the feet get better!

    And btw….I can completely relate with the doc thing and Crohn’s…it took me a year to finally persuade a single doctor that there was anything wrong with me. Luckily it was just in time, because I found out after my bowel resection surgery that I was starting to have abscesses and that it was only a matter of time till my bowel shut down if the operation had not been done (at 20: great news!) No flare since then. But ye gods, I could not imagine being pregnant and in the middle of a flare…youch! Proud of you girl!

    Keep Fighting!

  3. Seriously, why not tomorrow? Ugh, I’m getting so frustrated with your hospital that I will be sending my cousin, who is a family doctor and OB and have her deliver Amelia, DAMMIT!

  4. Yay! I can’t wait for the update (WITH PICTURES, yeah?) after she’s born. I’m thinking of you, hoping everything goes well! xoxo

  5. Oh that poem is wrong. It’s supposed to be: “Wednesday’s child is full of WOW!” which is exactly what Miss Amelia will be. Good thoughts, prayers, and big hugs for a smooth ride on Wednesday!

  6. Hurrah, sugar!!

    Shade and Sweetwater,
    K (who is working on somethin’ for the wee lass, which is why it’s not in the mail yet, even though she asked for your addy a week ago, because she’s a slacker, that’s why)

  7. That’s fabulous! Hooray for you and your sausage-like feet. I swelled up that big too – looked like my skin was going to split. AND I ended up w/ a c-section and an IV for so long that they got even bigger…so totally gross. Took a week or two and they were suddenly normal again.

    But enough about feet – baby baby BABY! Yahoo!

  8. My daughter is a Wednesday child and she’s practically woe-free… she’s annoyingly joyful most of the time.

    I’ll be thinking of you on Wednesday.

  9. Every time I see a post from you, I think she’s here! I come with anticipation of pictures and think to myself that you are superwoman if you had her that fast and already posted pictures. I am so glad to know you will finally get to hold her in your arms on Wednesday. My prayers are with you all!

  10. Stupid doctors. I hope the next day is quiet and painless and easy. ‘Cause after nine months of agony, you need at least one DAY of easy. Did you tell them to start gathering the narcotics immediately?

  11. Bring on the beautiful baby, the bountiful drugs, and the deflated feet and other appendages!! A quick, easy, and drug-filled labor, with your sweet daughter at the end of it all, is my wish for you! Can’t wait to see her!

  12. WOOOHOOO!!!! YAY, there is a light at then end of that tunnel. I’m praying for you and your baby! Can’t wait to see pics of your beautiful baby girl! Do your best to take care of those feets.

  13. Well, I totally thought I left a pretty rad comment yesterday upon hearing this news, but I don’t see it anywhere…So hopefully Im not double posting. But, may Wednesday be filled w/narcotic pain relief, numbness from the chest down and a beautiful baby girl!!

  14. YAYYYYY!! I really DID think of you yesterday at 1! Hope you have an easy labor! Enjoy your beautiful girl 🙂

  15. So exciting!

    Best wishes that she is not full of woe! And thank goodness, it’s about time the little peanut came out to great her adoring fans!

  16. Demerol, sweet, sweet nectar of the Gods! Now, what was I going to say? Coco got me all twitchy and drooling with the narcotics talk.

    Oh, I know. Holy SHITBALLS! Tomorrow is Wed. Yaaaaay! Aquarian, huh? Look out, Auntie. We can be a handful. Good luck all!

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