Pregnancy will bring about a whole new level of humility for women. The polite wife who has never passed gas in front of her husband may find herself in some uncomfortable territory. The bashful friend may need your help hiding the fact that she just peed on your new couch. And you may even find yourself bombing the public restroom more often than you could ever imagine! All of these embarrassing moments will be well worth the flushed face when your little one arrives with rosy cheeks of their own.
When Jeanine was pregnant with her first child she had the worst gas ever! It smelled worse than anything someone could possibly imagine and it managed to happen….. anywhere! Whenever she would pass it she would quickly tell her husband to “Keep Walking”. These two words let him know that he needed to hold his breath and get out of the area as quickly as possible.
Because this flatulence happened frequently, and anywhere, she was known to stink bomb just about anyone in any public location. During a visit to the local baby store, she was no longer able to hide it. A pregnant lady moving quickly was a dead giveaway to the unsuspecting dad who walked into it.
“WOW! Oh my (gag)!…. I am so sorry. I did not mean to say that out loud. Wow, that’s going to be one strong kid!”
I can see my feet!
Sophie and Melanie were young pregnant mothers happily chatting while their husbands talked about…. them. Both men were discussing their new chores of helping their wives shave their legs and put on their shoes. Embarrassed, both women said “I CAN still see my feet!’ and began to look down. As they looked, they had no idea they were both bent completely over.
Whether it is your first pregnancy or your fifth, laughter can be both your best friend and your wost enemy. It really just depends on how prepared you are for it.
Amy went into delivery prepared for anything. With her first child, she remembered hating those hospital footsies so she splurged and bought herself a nice set of comfy socks.
After she arrived at the hospital, she changed out of her maternity clothing, slipped into her socks and braced herself for the long day ahead.
Soon thereafter, Amy received a telephone call from a family member. It was her clueless brother who was taking delight in poking fun at her. While she stood near the window laughing at his hysterics, she felt something running down her legs. She yelled at her brother for making her pee on her new socks when the nurse corrected her…
“No dear, your water just broke”
You’re Scaring People:
Haley’s natural labor efforts were not going as planned. She had no idea what she was getting herself into and after twelve hours of screaming her midwife came in and asked if they could move her to another room.
“WHY WOULD THEY NEED TO MOVE ME NOW?” she screamed.
Her midwife sat on the edge of her bed and calmly said “You’re scaring the other moms sweetie.”
What funny pregnancy moments have you experienced?