14 October 2008

just thinking...

So, I promise there is a meaty post somewhere in the near future, I just have to download the pictures off my camera first.

But in the meantime, I was just wondering: do all the rest of you women out there have as much trouble with your hips as I do? I have no idea if I had this problem before Max, but it just might have been because I didn't have a child yet. But I find myself knocking him over with my hips ALL THE TIME. And it's not like I swing them into him or anything, it's completely unintentional. Perhaps it's because our children always seem glued to our sides or maybe he's just the perfect height, but every time I walk by him I manage to knock his head or hit his arm if he's drinking or something. And I really don't think my hips are THAT big, I mean, I can't even find a pair of jeans small enough for heaven's sake. So I don't what the deal is- am I alone in this?

5 comments:

  1. haha..no i dont think so. i didnt have hips at all before i had jake, and now they have definitely popped out. and i have the problem of not only running into everything with them, but i knock over stuff with my bum all the time when i am bending over, and let me tell you, nothing makes you feel more like a pig than knocking stuff over with your bum..except maybe when you are scarfing down junk food and spill it on your shirt. just my opinion

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  2. It's probably just the perfect height. I'm always accidentally kicking the cat because he's running around my feet while I walk. I have the world's largest hips, so I'll let you know if they get in the way when I have a two year old. They get in the way of putting jeans on, for sure!

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  3. No your hips are not big! Don't be crazy. It is probably because he is always near you.

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  4. hahahaha! "don't be crazy!" i agree with natalie. but one thing i have learned in this pregnancy with rachelle is that my hips HURT all the time. i guess when they popped out they never "popped back in", so if you're already thinking you're hips have changed, good luck with the hip pain. although i hope you don't have it.

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  5. Not so much my hips, but my butt! I swear, I've knocked over things in stores just by walking around. It's awful!

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