Time For A Much Happier Announcement

Thursday, 5 November 2009

We have baby number 3 on the way. 🙂 My family knows. Mom knew.

At yesterday's checkup the doctor reckons that baby is due on Labour Day next year (1st May 2010), and he/she is around 8 weeks old now.

I guess this explains a lot of things I've been experiencing in the past 2 months.

The extreme mood swings. The hunger pangs. The sudden need to nap like Andrea, twice a day. Getting lightheaded and clumsy at yoga and pole dancing classes. The floppy belly that, no matter how much I abstained from meat, wouldn't go away. :p

So no more pole dancing for at least a year and a half. In the meantime I have a lot of relearning to do. And going through the experience will probably be very different without my mom around to sayang.


#1Gravatar imageHilmy says:



Congratulations to you and Tartaruga!

#2Gravatar imagevvayz says:

w00t! Congrats, Michelle! 😀

#3Gravatar imageFerret says:

WoOt wOoT! Didn’t know there was a baby competition going on! Gratzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz!

#4Gravatar imageJohn says:


#5Gravatar imageEmily T says:

Congrats! And you’re amazing! How do you do it. I just put myself in your shoes and was scared shitless – two young kids and another one on the way while juggling work and life. Wow. 🙂

#6Gravatar imagesu mei says:

congrats, michelle. and my condolences on your losing your mum. hugs

#7Gravatar imageMichelle says:

Thanks everyone! I asked my gynae if it was normal to be so breathless so early in the pregnancy, and his answer was,

“You’re getting older what.”


#8Gravatar imageChristine says:


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