No, I'm not pregnant yet. Yes, I eat like a horse. Yes, I seem to be queasy all of the time and can smell the perfume you wore yesterday, today. Yes, that's me sleeping, standing up, at work. Yes, my boobs are spectacular.

 No, I'm not pregnant yet. Apparently, I'm just a very hungry, unspecifically sick and tired, well-bosomed individual, who would really rather that people stop winking and smiling knowingly at her. The more I protest that no, I'm most definitely not hatching a blastocyst at the moment, the wider the smiles become. They doth think this lady protests too much.

And I suppose you can't really blame them, especially when I go to the supermarket and come back with:

sixteen pairs of baby socks (11 pairs shown for the counters out there)

two adorable touque sets and two adorable tam-o-shanter sets (for my scottish babies?)



a 'just-like-daddy' outfit (Mr. Shortcake has the same touque, and the shirt's dog looks like his first dog)


a onesie fit for baby's first corporate take-over


and a sweeter-than-steevia sleeper



No, I'm not pregnant yet....I just can't resist a good deal! ;)


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Reader Comments (5)

Love the Wall Street onesie! :-)

February 24, 2009 | Unregistered CommenterMags

Those are adorable.........I've gone crazy too purchasing baby and children items.....That corporate onesie is just so cute!

February 24, 2009 | Unregistered CommenterKimberly B.

that wall street suit will be for his first business meeting when he starts his own company at age 1. got some big plans for that boy (or girl I guess)

February 24, 2009 | Unregistered Commentertheoddbod

Love the little red cap with pompom. Just darling. Your little one is going to be so well-dressed.

February 24, 2009 | Unregistered Commenter[email protected]

You are too cute! I have been doing the same thing since I was in high school. Every now and then I would buy adorable little outfits if I saw them on sale (or just ones that I liked!). I would then give them to my mom (thinking back, I can't believe that didn't completely freak her out!) and she would put them in her cedar chest. I haven't thought about those in a long time!

February 26, 2009 | Unregistered CommenterMiss Quiche

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