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We have some exciting news… Sarah is pregnant!
This new episode of Inner Archeology is a sort of diary of a pregnant woman. We talk about what it really means to be pregnant – from Sarah finding out that she was expecting and sharing that with Emily and Ben, all the way to morning sickness (annoying, to say the least!), the mindset shift she has undergone, and her thoughts on whether she’d like “poppyseed” to be a boy or a girl.
Oh, we also talk about why food is a lifesaver – especially yogurt and snacks – and, well, buttertits!
Key Points In Episode:
- Great news: Sarah is pregnant! Or should we say ‘pregne-art’?
- She had tried to keep it a secret, then she has let people know with drive-by and now she tells it all on the show! From finding out through “a premonition” and telling Ben (though he was the fourth person to learn about it LOL) all the way the mindset shift she has gone through and how things are nowadays
- Ads aren’t your friend and they’ll drive you crazy! For more info, just ask Sarah (these days, she has kind of seen them all – pregnancy and ads with newborns, as well as…infertility ads!)
- Morning sickness sucks, period. One minute you feel fine and are recording an exclusive episode for your Patreon supporters, then you need to cut things short and run to the bathroom to puke…
- When you’re pregnant, you’re going to rest – whether you want it or not! What about having naps during the day, going to bed at 9pm and still sleeping 12 hours? Yeah, exactly.
- Reality check: you’re going to want help, eventually. At first, you’re probably going to feel as if you don’t need help even though everyone wants to help the big pregnant lady. Little by little, however, you’re probably going to feel different.
- Ben has simply been awesome: runs to the store to buy all kinds of snacks on earth, only to return the next day to buy some more (different ones, of course) and yogurt. He sees himself being a lovely father of whatever “poppyseed” is going to end up being.
- Exactly, “poppyseed” or “little poppy.” That’s what Sarah and Ben have been calling the little one. Sarah talks about where that comes from.
- You’re going to feel tired, hungry, and feel as if your new nickname should be “Buttertits”… but, in the end, you’re going to enjoy your journey and experience, and a whole new level of love.
Links Mentioned in Today’s Episode:
InnerArcheology.tv (video version)