If you’ve read my blog at all, you’re probably thinking “why would anyone want to have a kid of their own after dealing with the hellions in my classroom?”
Well, you’re right. The last thing I would want is a kid like my most of my students. However, this is even more inspirational for me to have a good kid. My child isn’t going to be anything like my students. My child is going to be a good kid. And with all these little assholes growing up to be bigger assholes, the world is going to need as many good people as possible. I vow to raise my kid to be one of the good ones.
That said, being pregnant sucks. I’m exhausted. I’m hungry/nauseous all the time. I haven’t thrown up yet, but I feel like I’m on the verge most of the day.
I started taking prenatal vitamins and those make me want to puke, too.
I only feel okay while I’m eating.
Also, I don’t want this to turn into a pregnancy blog because there are way too many of those already. I’ll try to keep it to teaching.
Umm… my kids were assholes today. The end.