09 July 2009

Hey, baby, I got the MOVES.

This is me walking:



This is me washing up at the sink:



This is me getting up off the floor:



Such Grace.

12 comments:

Givinya De Elba said...

I omitted the other Major Defects: thighs, backside and oh my - the more than ample bosom. I would have looked like an upright-walking cane toad.

Femina said...

Why are you naked in these pics? I didn't think it was *that* kind of blog...

By the way, if a person were, hypothetically, to be knitting for a certain gracefulness-destroying lump, that person would like to assure you that it's not with the wool that was batted all around the room by a certain kitten. Just so you know. Hypothetically.

Heather said...

Um, hang on a moment here... that last picture: You're vastly pregnant and doing yoga? My goodness, woman, you're putting my Hasn't Been Remotely Pregnant in Almost a Decade, sorry abdomen to shame! ;)

Jen said...

you crack me up!

Tracy P. said...

Come to think of it, you recently referenced lying on the floor, and I was wondering how in the world you got up! Thanks for the illustration. I think I quit getting "down there" by about 5 months!

Such The Spot said...

I'm looking forward to the diagram of you attempting to tie your shoes. Or shave your legs. Or how about one where you're using your belly as a table for a plate of cookies or something! :)

Swift Jan said...

Hey that looks familiar!! hehe

♥ Boomer ♥ said...

Hmmmmmm..........Brings back some old memories.

Memories...pressed across the pages of my mind ... memories ... sweeted through the ages ... what? Who am I kidding???

Hippomanic Jen said...

You are a very beautiful (if not quite graceful) preggers woman with the gift of very evocative stick-figure-drawing.

Not long now (or is that a comment from a never-been-pregnant-woman who is about to be savaged by all the have-been-pregnant-women out there).

Joy said...

Graceful and artistic.


Joy

Crazy Sister said...

I always love your stick figures! I can almost hear them wincing, sighing, and groaning.

stefanie said...

I'm so impressed that you are so coordinated!

When I was pregnant with Mo, I got stuck on my back in the waterbed. I was sloshing around, waving my arms and legs, and waving some more. Steve looked at me and said, "You look like a bloated tick!"

He survived.

When I found out I was pregnant with El, I demanded a new bed.

I got one.