Need more CHOCOLATE! :) Ovulation Time
By Confessions of ... on April 26, 2010
WOW! TALK ABOUT A FEEDING FRENZY OF MY HORMONES!
Yesterday i was just soooo flippen tired it was crazy. And it was morning!
Then finally today i got a clue (DUH!) I was ovulating. See, I'm just learning my body all over again and it's functions and it's cycle. After having 4 babies one after the other i've 4gotten the routine and the system of my body. So, I've had my 4th baby in Jan. and now i'm on a mission to find me.
So yesterday i was tired and today my mission was to find CHOCOLATE! With luck i found some of my kids' candy from easter. Phew :)
As i was sitting down pigging out on the bite size snickers, twix and reese I, oh yeah and M&Ms I realized "I'm goning to start my period soon". Then i realized "That's why i was so tired yesterday! I was ovulating. THEN! I realized! OMG! Me and my hunny did the dirty!
was i wearing protection at that time?
oh jeez, did we do it without a condom?
Oh JESUS! please say i did all the proper procedures before i went to sleep!
GOD! Please oh please OH PLEASE!
Now my last 3 pregnancies where well welcomed but unexpected. I have been so busy that i totally 4got to focus on myself! And isn't that how it seems to go sometimes.
So now, this is my ovulation week and of course i prayed that i did do all that i needed to do to save me from the unexpected. Now i love my babies, but my focus this year is trying to get me back. And me back meaning the happy, healthy, vibrant, passionate, sexy (in my head:) self that i oh so loved. . . .
I know that a sperm can stay in you for at least a week i believe and it's the female sperms that stay alive the longest.
Another Day, Another Dollar
Another Panty left to Wash :)
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