And OH MY GOODNESS! It was super comfortable!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! It is a little lose at the top, like some reviews said on the website where I got it, but I folded it in half and that was that.
Also, I was pretty sure I felt some little kicks during the ceremony!!!
I mean, I’m pretty sure it’s not gas… =) Didn’t at all feel like gas bubbles… HOW IS IT SUPPOSED TO FEEEL????!!!?!?!?!
It felt like timid little pokes, super cute!
And I found a new type of nail polish, supposedly gel-perfect color, dries in 5 minutes and doesn’t chip. Most importantly – nasty chemicals free! So I’m excited to try it out.
Oh, and the one thing that has been on my mind the most: bellybuttons.
Laugh if you want to, but my bellybutton has been driving me NUTS! I’ve always had an outie and it popped out a month ago already. And now it’s always poking out, super sensitive and really annoying!!!!
And as if in an attempt to rub it in, every single website/catalog I’ve ever ordered from is sending me daily compilations of their new swim suit collections with several nice “innie” belly-buttons on every page!!!!
I’m seriously thinking of just covering it up with a band-aid. It’s always rubbing on everything if I’m up against the counter or something and just feels soooooo weird!!!
An interesting sciency side note that I did not realize – dogs have bellybuttons too!
What would happen to a human belly button if it wasn’t tied at the hospital? How do the monkeys do it? At what time in history did they start tying bellybuttons? And why?
I think tying a bellybutton is a big responsibility! It’s way more permanent than a tattoo, which can be removed. A human-made knot that’s with you your whole life. Does the way it’s tied affect if it’s an innie or an outie? Or is it more dependent on the levels of body fat? But all these models have innie bellybuttons and definitely way less body fat than I used to… hmmm. Has anyone ever gotten plastic surgery to make their bellybutton look cuter? So much to ponder!