callistra: Fuschia from Sinfest crying her heart out next to Hell's flames (Default)
- Sproglet has actually LOST weight over the last week. He's still alert, chirpy, wetting nappies, pooing, etc, but just skinnier I guess.
- Pediatricians seems to be well booked out in advance. (Four weeks??? Thank god someone cancelled.)
- I seem to have nipple thrush. Off to dr to check it out today. Maybe that's what's causing the weight loss of sproglet. Plus I had a cold at the beginning of the week.

The Aboriginal Boys )

I'm hoping to check out an electric expressing machine. The hand held one I have here is annoying me. :-) I have been experimenting with breastfeeding lying on my side on the bed, and it's nice that way. Sproglet is still crying during feeds, so once I have been to GP and pediatrician, if ped doesn't say anything useful (like: "Yes, it's the thrush causing the problems with him feeding,") then off to a lactation expert I will go. I like this breastfeeding thing.

Amusing Story Time )
callistra: Fuschia from Sinfest crying her heart out next to Hell's flames (Default)
I just got hung up on again.

Is this a talent? She goes "Hi, I'm ringing for centurion roof thingies..." and I said I'm not interested. So she goes "Are you the home owner?" and I said "It's none of you business actually," and she goes "What?" so I say it again and she hung up on me!!!
callistra: Fuschia from Sinfest crying her heart out next to Hell's flames (Default)
This is truly sweet and o so cute!
http://mapage.noos.fr/minimiam/go.htm

And one for [livejournal.com profile] kae_dash
http://deependdining.blogspot.com/2005/09/balut-egg-of-darkness-pinoy-pinay.html
Balut! Um, PG 13 warning on this for graphic photos of a boiled duck fetus about to be eaten.
callistra: Fuschia from Sinfest crying her heart out next to Hell's flames (Default)
Wednesday went really well. Went to the accountant, we had lunch together, and we got to the chiro. I nipped into Silk Elegance and bought a new maternity bra. :-) Then, I drove us all home. Vincent was good and we fed him at the chiro's, using expressed breast milk in a bottle. Then, I drove us all home.

Hero to Zero in 20 minutes )
callistra: Fuschia from Sinfest crying her heart out next to Hell's flames (Wickedness!)
Saw the obstetrician today. She was very chirpy, and despite the headcold being worse, we were pretty chirpy too. :-) I even got to throw my knickers around the office! Now that's not something you do every day!
:-)

Inducement day is Tuesday. If we haven't already started. Her comment was "Everything is still in top position, so basically I think you just need one or two good contractions, and you'll be well on your way." Cool. Things have progressed further since the last meeting (now dilated 2 cm, and everything else is softened up nicely.)

I talk about feelings. Feeeeeeelings. Nothing more than .... Feeeeeelings.... )

David Icke

Jul. 13th, 2005 10:59 pm
callistra: Fuschia from Sinfest crying her heart out next to Hell's flames (Wickedness!)
He's my Hero

I downloaded a PDF titled "sex tips" etc etc etc from a site, and when I opened it, lo and behold, it was a book by my hero! Since I've now finished reading the Scientology thing which I enjoyed very muchly. Apparently it might be fictionalised, but hey, it made good reading.
:-)

So, onwards and inwards to David Icke!!
callistra: Fuschia from Sinfest crying her heart out next to Hell's flames (Evil Purposes)
Some questions to see if you have a personality:
http://www.livejournal.com/users/trollprincess/756224.html

Operation Clambake (great fun reading here, both OC and Scientologists make it into my Nutters List.)
http://www.xenu.net/

And just cos it's polite...
http://scientology.org/
callistra: Fuschia from Sinfest crying her heart out next to Hell's flames (Default)
Tonight while watching Good Eats and Global Frequency, I had Branston Hicks contractions as well as the baby was moving around. Once again, the aliens had landed and taken over my stomach.

It was freaky; I could see my tummr moving rhythmically as well as the movements from the baby. Felt very weird all up, with all that activity, and the BH contractions for me feel somewhat like period pain right now.
;-)

Oh, and Global Frequency was very cool. And Good Eats is always good for a giggle.
callistra: Fuschia from Sinfest crying her heart out next to Hell's flames (Good as Gold AOL)
*hugs her universe*

I was hoping to go shopping today for one last peice of furniture for the baby room - a decent sturdy change table. Unfortunately, today went to pot. It was a "not-coping" day. I asked John to let me sleep in cos I thought my muscles might appreciate it, but then got up at 11:30. I felt ... ok... sort of. And then I dscover that the people coming to fix the nursery window (broken during prep for my birthday during summer) would be here between 12 and 4! Eeek! Plus the people to fix my car windscreen (broken in April driving back from Donnybrook) would be here between 2 and 4! DOUBLE EEP! So I'm sitting there looking vague at 11:55 trying to figure what I'm going to make John for lunch, when the phone rings - the car guy wants to come NOW, in 5 or ten minutes, and is that OK?? I'm like.. yeah, sure, no problems, quickly throw on some clothes and it's all done by 12:30! Wooo! Notice that so far, I'm coping?

Then, lunch for Chesh and me. I decide on egg and bacon pie. I start defrosting bacon. I start defrosting shortcrust pastry. I discover the bacon was nuked and not defrosted, and that the 3/4 of a packet left consisted of TWO fat rashers and a skinny one. I was impressed. Pastry is now defrosted. I have a hissy fit cos I can't pull down a chopping board from the roof hooks. I try and start the oven. It just flashes rudely at me since we haven't reset the time since the powercut yesterday. i have a hissy fit cos I can't find the Housebook which has instructions in it, and randomly pressing buttons just doesn't work. The bacon GUSHES onto the cupboard, soaking the chopping board in salt water. I find the Housebook and start the oven. I read a recipe which I'm mutating as I go. I try and get down the non-stick frypan. This involves *another* hissy fit because the hole in the handle is about half a centimetre too far away from the end of the handle, which means John, due to his extra height, could get the angle to put it up there. Me, due to my lack of those 4 inches, can NOT get the angle to get it off. I manage it anyway, just glad now that I didn't wrench the damn thing out (it also had three other chopping boards and some other stuff on the same hook).

Ok. Where are we. I'm frying the three peices of bacon. I chop up some spring onions in the swamp that is the cupboard. The kitchen is a total mess because I haven't been up to cleaning it and Chesh hasn't really had a chance to clean it up either. I go to put the pastry into the cake tin. It's rusty. I peer at it uncertainly for a while. It's wha? Rusty. Ok. I can deal with this. :-) Dealt with. I think the worst of the day is over now, thank goodness. :-) Chesh came home for lunch, and was on the phone the whole time. He gets off the phone, and I'm on the phone to Matt who is scaring all my friends with kilos and kilos and kilos and kilos of meat. I have instructed him to make sure my T Bones are "cut real thick!" Yum. Anyway, and then Chesh runs back to work. I cried on him a bit first though, you know, to make him feel needed. Not cos I needed to cry or anything. :-) I also cried earlier in the morning over the Mukhtar Mai thing. And Ginmar was posting happy stories for a change, which also kind of made me cry.

Anyway, nice man came, fixed window in nursery, all very quick, and all very completed. Yay. Despite attempts not to sleep, gave in and had a lie down at 4. Woke at six feeling icky. As I do. :-) And pottering around on the internet tonight, some one has sent an email to the freecycle perth list offering a sturdy change table with a shelf and a drawer. That's exactly what I was imaging for the nursery. Perfect. And I was the first one to reply, too. We've been chatting about it ever since.

*hugs her universe*

Love you Universe!!

Help!

Jun. 14th, 2005 04:44 pm
callistra: Fuschia from Sinfest crying her heart out next to Hell's flames (b00bies!)
If you love and respect a female, please click on this link, have a read of Emma's post, and then sign up!

http://www.livejournal.com/users/emma_in_oz/35629.html

And something to brighten the day after that...

http://www.goingjesus.com/cavalcade1.shtml
(I can't remember where I filched this from, sorry! Thanks to who ever had it on their journal/mailing list/whatever! Well worth the shock value. *giggle*)

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