Eh excuse me… One problem here. What the f*ck does “a flutter” feel like?
I mean, it’s not something that people tend to use to describe any other feeling you have, so how, in the name of butterscotch sauce is that even relatable?
Since this little burst of impatience and frustration, I have begun to feel our little dude kick. And his kicks are getting stronger by the day. I’ve also felt him stretch and unfortunately now know what it feels like when the wee rascal embeds himself in your ribcage/hip bone, the latter being rather uncomfortable and resulting in some fetus poking to get him outta there so I can walk like a normal pregnant person (possible?).
Now that I have this experience under my belt (quite literally), I can serve up a description a little better than “a (f*cking!) flutter”.
You know when you get a trapped nerve around your eye area and it starts to do that weird, alien, involuntary twitch thing. Yeah… That. In your stomach area. On a slightly bigger scale.
Love and Nutella on toast,
P.S. Bummer of the week? I wanted that bunting above for little _ _ _ _ _’s bedroom, but unfortunately they don’t ship to Australia. Sucks to be upside down sometimes.