I’ve been a bit …down about my pregnancy. A few readers have suggested I might get over it since, after all, nearly four months of nausea isn’t so bad. Limited breathing’s doable. Constant exhaustion is par for the course.
Yep; they’re right. I need to focus on happier subjects.
As such, today’s thought-provoking post is all about some light-hearted retail therapy. The best part? None of us need get off the couch, bed, chair, or psychiatrist’s sofa to shop!
I give you: my favorite funny pregnancy t-shirts on Amazon.
If you’re scratching your head, the caption is a pun based off an oft-spoken reprimand from a character in the film Sandlot.
#2 Ice Ice Baby
I hope most know this reference.
Well, does it?
Poor Britney Spears. At least her song makes for another great pun.
Over and over and over and over…
It’s not even a spaceport. It’s a parasite. We must be cautious.
I hope you’ve enjoyed this side trip down Humorous Pregnancy Tees Lane. If these funny pregnancy t-shirts weren’t up your alley, I’m sure they have plenty more where those came from…
This week’s question? Can you guess which one I purchased?
Here’s all what I wrote the last little while:
Wednesday, August 7: Recommended a few of my favorite motivational songs in “Five Songs to Kick Your Confidence in the Rear.”
Thursday, August 8: “A Tribute to Masercot,” one of the more interesting bloggers I follow.
Friday, August 9: Winner of the Weekly Terribly Poetry Contest. Congratulations to Deb!
Saturday, August 10: Announced the 38th Weekly Terrible Poetry Contest. The theme is plot twists, JUDGED BY Bruce Goodman. The deadline is 11:59 p.m. MST Thursday! That’s tomorrow night! PLEASE ENTER!
Monday, August 12: An inspirational quote by Robert C. Stroud, from his blog Mere Inklings.
Tuesday, August 13: “Wilhelmina Winters, One Hundred.” I gotta tie that series up.
Wednesday, August 14: Today.
I also posted all this week at my motherhood site. I wrote “Books Around the House,” “What to Expect When You Tell People You’re Expecting a C-Section,” and “A Bedtime Limerick.”
Photo Credit: Amazon
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