Mormon Mommy Wars’ Heather O. has a little secret which finally became too big to conceal. She’s with child and well on the road to delivering a new bundle of joy on or around June 11th. Congratulations are in order, although Heather shouldn’t expect a present from us here at Snarker, Inc. We’re cheap and we’re guys. We don’t do baby showers – one of the main tenets of Guydom is the commandment that no self-respecting guy ever willingly attends a baby shower.

Many Bloggernacle Sisters chronicle their entire pregnancies online. Some are more entertaining and comical than others. Yes, Tracy M., I’m talking about you. As Heather has, up until now, avoided chronicling the first 35 weeks of her pregnancy, she now has to make up for lost time. She started today and proved that pregnancy can and often does have an adverse effect on a woman’s driving ability.

So, look forward to more tales at MMM. I won’t comment much because I’ve been around enough pregnant women to know anything I say, do, or even think can and will result my having to shield myself from flying debris.

Best of luck to you, Heather. Rest assured there will be no snarks mentioning midnight ice-cream runs, pickle juice consumption, or waistline expansion. We’ll leave that in your capable hands.


tracy m said... @ May 7, 2007 at 8:19 PM

Why Shizz, I think that was the nicest blog post I've ever read!

Yes, it truly is a shame not all women can provide the entertainment my body can- it makes me think about having another... gee, what would that do to my traffic??

Somehow driving up blog traffic isn't enough to convince my husband to do it again... I wonder why?

Janet said... @ May 7, 2007 at 8:32 PM

What an lovely post! Congratulatroy but still just edgy enough that you needn't go buy silk stockings or sumsuch. Yay! Babies! Yay! (BTW, 3 of my ex-boyfriend showed up to my bridal shower, but then fled the moment the food was over and the games began. I wish I had photos of their terrified faces as they fled.)

Janet said... @ May 7, 2007 at 8:33 PM

"a lovely" not "an lovely." Apparently expected a baby via adoption can eat one's brain as effectively as can the biological route.

Anonymous said... @ May 8, 2007 at 11:18 AM

Tracy--what do you mean by "blog traffic isn't enough to convince my husband to do it again"?

D. Golden Shizzle said... @ May 8, 2007 at 3:00 PM

Tracy, you wouldn't believe the amount of self-control it required for me not to make a questionable comment about your use of te words "entertainment" and "body" in the same sentence.

tracy m said... @ May 8, 2007 at 3:08 PM

Doh! See what barfing for 18 solid months does to the ol' brain...

Restraint appreciated.

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