Thursday, April 8, 2010

Can I Blame It On Hormones?

The only thing harder than trying to create a certain outcome - especially when it comes to my body, is trying to create a certain outcome for something that is already in the past.

Stop. Thinking. About. It. Kami.

Life is good now.  Enjoy it.


Leah and Maya said...

you can blame ALOT on hormones and they never help much of anything, but it is your nature to want to change the past and question all the things that could have been different, not that it will change a thing other then how crappy you feel right now because you are thinking about it, give it a year then it will still bother you but not as much, 2 years will make it even better, but it is always there!
I didn't know Amber was able to come over, I actually would have liked some lighting camera help form her this time but I was sure she was crazy busy by following her blog. How cool she got to come out, I'm still happy that I got to take what I wnated though because w do have different styles but it would have been nice to also see some of her ideas play out as well.
If you guys ever want to print any pictures tha tyou have saved on your camera, phone, computer, Costco's coupon for digital prints is good until May

Sara said...

Stupid hormones!

I'm the same way, alas. I just need to rehash things in my head over and over again before I can let them go. It's really annoying.

Lisa DG said...

Know that your feelings are very normal. It is ok. You'll be happier when you let that go, but patience with yourself now is so important.

battynurse said...

I vote for hormones. Thinking of you and sending hugs.

Me said...

You are such a perfectionist! It is so ironic that this wonderful trait prevents you from seeing how AMAZING you really are. I swear, I would not lie to you. :)

MrsSpock said...

Hours of pushing and still avoiding surgery is STILL an amazing feat. It's a wonderful, empowering birth story in it's own right.

musicmakermomma said...

Looking forward to meeting LBII, and seeing you again. Wish I was in your shoes - but things are looking pretty grim on that front! Take care, and allow yourself to feel badly you didn't get the birth you wanted; but thrill in the fact that your birth was successful. Thinking of you.

Jericho said...

Yes---you certainly can blame it on the hormones. :)

B said...

Hey mate - been way off the radar so sorry to have missed your news! Inexcusable.

COngrats on the birth of this little one and if it wasn't all you hoped for, I hope it was a little closer than the last time.

I have no doubt that she will be all you hoped for, though not in the way that you expect.

Power to you

Well done. Kami. You made it!

passingwindows said...

Beautifully put.

I'm glad to hear other people struggle withe creating the outcome they want, and relieved that I am not the only one to rehash things ad nauseum.

I never used to believe in the hormone-mood link until this year and now I think that hormones can knock you sideways and 20 miles off course. Easily. They are not to be underestimated.