Sunday, November 19, 2006

ok I'm big enough now

As you can see, I have a faint line going down the center of my stomach. Assuming that is the center, I have discovered that my belly button is *not* center. It sits a little to the right. Imagine my shock and horror. How can my navel be off center? There must be some significance to it. Anyone?

And if anyone is scandalized by the partial view of bra and panty, too bad! Pregnancy is all about the bra and panty. And not in a sexy way.


Blogger triciac said...

GLORIOUS! Your belly is high up there as the "cutest pregnant belly". My friend Kristin King holds the current title from 14 months ago...

8:01 AM  
Blogger Josh said...

Symmetry is can't be achieved by everyone. The first time I found out I was "off" was getting a haircut in Lynden, WA. The guy was working on my sideburns and said, "Your ears are different heights." Yeah, whatever, I thought, but I kept looking and realized he was right. I was 23-years-old! Why hadn't I known this before? Why hadn't anyone told me?
Now I'm pulling my shirt up and thinking my belly-button leans to the left. I'll have to see if that matches my lower ear side . . .
. . . yep, it does. Hmmmm.
With the fine attention to detail you are giving the pregnancy, your child is bound to be symmetrical and reap the benefits of that class.
Your belly is fantastic! How do the kids say, its "tight"? I like how up front you are being with the whole thing. I am learning a lot. I think what is really needed now is a compare/contrast with Jonathon's belly (also in his undergarments). Keep being scandalous!

1:51 PM  
Blogger triciac said...

It wasn't until I was 26 that someone discovered that my calves are two completely different shapes. Inconsistencies that I have been well aware of for most of my life are: the middle finger on my left hand is longer than the one on my right hand. The second toe on my left foot is longer than the one on the right. The list keeps going, unfortunately.

7:34 AM  

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