Pregnant by Numbers

If you are bitter about any portion your own pregnancy, I would suggest you not read the following numerical statistics of my pre and post natal adventures. You may hate me.

Pounds gained: 25

Pounds lost, three weeks post-partum: 19

Stretch marks: 0

Peed my pants: 0

Peed while sneezing (I maintain this doesn’t count as actually peeing pants): 1

Braxton Hicks that I was aware of: 5

Pineapples eaten: 11

Ugly cries: 5

Weeks able to paint toenails: 38

Weeks rocking the heels: 32

Weeks before resorting to majority maternity wear: 22

Pregnant days total: 269

Times vomited: 0

Times horked while brushing teeth: 2

Tums consumed: 200+

Hours in labor: 16

Minutes pushed: 6

Pounds of baby: 6

Inches of baby: 19

Apgar score: 9

Minutes elapsed before I considered doing this again: Β 60

Seriously.

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13 thoughts on “Pregnant by Numbers

  1. Karlie says:

    That looks almost exactly like mine except I have a couple centimetre long stretch marks on my hips and I was in labour for 168 hours (not full labour though). I’m also definitely happy to do it again soon!

  2. dkingneece says:

    How did you remember all those numbers?! At 34 weeks I’m not sure how much longer I’ll be able to paint my own toes 😦

  3. Ha! Yes ma’am, you do rock! And I have to say at 31 weeks I’ve already put on more weight that you. But no stretch marks, so I’m not worried. Just a little protrude-y. And I never pee my pants unless I sneeze either, although it’s been catching me a little off guard lately…

  4. Jen says:

    OMG, please let your stats be mine. Congratulation – I have been lurking on your blog for a while now and you are a crack up! Little A is beautiful!

  5. Only thing that I hate you about is stretch marks. I was back in my pre pregnancy jeans 2 weeks post partum with Bean. I do want to know one thing… did anybody ask if you were having triplets?

  6. Hahahahaha! Like, like, love. πŸ˜€ This is great. I always feel like people are mad at me because I’m lighter now then I was prebaby, but I think everyone’s made for it differently!

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