An open-minded Arab special education teacher living with a foot in each hemisphere.
Three things...One, congratulations, of course. Couldn't happen to a nicer TeacherLady.Two, the widget that you've got posted...is that a live feed? If so, how awkward is it to walk around with some sort of wifi camera in your...um...well...?Three, does this affect any religious fasting that might be going on this month? Honest question from a neophyte in both the baby rearing and Ramadhan following worlds.
Thanks! Now I have to play the game of how best to go puke in public restrooms without grossing out other people out...Yup, in the spirit of reality TV, I have taken it upon myself to stick a camera in my muff. It's the next step Fox TV is going to take. I was going to alliterate with the word "camera" for my body part, but I felt that a bit strong for a post about my making a cute little baby...Thanks everyone!
PS: You're not required to fast when pregnant or menstrating.
Congrats! That's so exciting!I did not know there are fasting exceptions. Now I do. Thanks TeacherLady!
congratulations....i hope u have easy and eventless 9 mo...or is it 8...well have good and healthy 229 days...
i am shocked at how many people fast while pregnant....i always thought u r not supposed to ..but i dont get people...i am not fasting...and people actually try to make u feel bad about it....7aram to let a growing and developing baby fast before he is even born.....in my opinion..
Congrats, TeacherLady! Hope everything goes smoothly for you!
So is the fetus in the widget going to grow as time passes? Is that the idea?
Yup, it should grow accordingly. That's cool. My baby looks like a lizard fetus right now...I think it's wrong to fast while pregnant... I think if you observe other pillars of Islam during Ramadan, you should feel pretty safe in the knowledge that you're a good person. It'd also not be cool to fast while breast feeding, I feel... You're still the main food source for your child if you choose to breast feed. If not, at least it's only your body you'd be depriving.Ramadhan is a really great time back home, when the spirit of giving to the poor is at its highest, the breaking of fast is the warmest family moment of the day, and people drive like maniacs at the end of the day to get their first bite to eat!Man. What I'd give right now for some harees. My grandmother always had it for us at Ramadhan... Sigh.
Ever read the badger's story about embryos in The Once and Future King by T.H. White? It's cute.
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