Tuesday, November 24, 2009

Puberty, Take 2

"Ms. Wolf, what happened to your face? Around your mouth there?" ~ First grader
"One second Peige, let me finish talking to Larissa." ~Me (I always hope when I don't want to talk about something that putting them off for a minute will make them forget about it...luckily in this case it worked).

I can remember back when I was 12 and I began to "change into a woman." The embarrassment I felt at the changes my body was going through, and the wonderful pimples that began to appear on my face. It was sure a relief when I got out of that stage, and the horrible break outs (although not all the pimples...yay, stress) stopped.

Little did I know, that pregnancy would make my face break out like I was going through puberty again! I of course, understand why this is happening, but must admit at 27, it is sometimes hard to accept. Especially when a first grader feels it necessary to bring it to my attention (even though she didn't know any better). Here's to hoping that my pregnancy glow comes soon, and it isn't caused by a number of shiny pimples! :)

19 comments:

Bill and Lorie Shewbridge said...

You still have time to worry about the kids listening to mommy. Congratulations on the upcoming arrival of your baby... Stay healthy and have a wonderful holiday. Thank you for stopping by my blog.

Ms. Diva said...

Congratulations! My daughter announced at the Thanksgiving table in front of god and everyone - my mom has a bellybutton ring!!! Yea kids are great!!!
Stopping by from SITS to show some luv!

JaelCustomDesigns said...

Popping in from SITS!

Kids do day the darnest things, and at akward moments too! Lol!

Just know that it's temporary and you'll have a beautiful bundle of joy at the end that was well worth it.

Have a great Thanksgiving!

The Blonde Duck said...

Happy Thanksgiving! Love the new look! When is the little one due?

Sarah Brown said...

I have people tell me that their skin was so wonderful during pregnancy...mine looked like I was 13 the WHOLE time. It did clear up quickly afterward though so the light at the end of the tunnel is there=)
Thanks for stopping by=)

Christine said...

Don't worry...the glow will come:) Even if it's the very day you meet your little one in person..so worth the wait!
Happy Thanksgiving to you and yours!

Vic said...

I totally had a bad breakout with my second pregnancy. Weird I know! Congrats! It's the best thing ever:)

Sits shoutout...Have a great weekend My friend:)

Pam said...

Ugh! What a drag. But it will all be worth it when you hold your new baby in your arms. I promise!

Happys SITS Sharefest Saturday.

Feeling Fit With Dana said...

Oh, I still get pimples at 44. I'm not pregnant either UGH! Thank goodness they are few and far between! I had the same problem when pregnant, but you will be glowing in no time! Happy SITS Saturday Sharefest!

JoeyRes said...

My body went right from adolescent to teen to adult acne without even taking a break. Pregnancy was actually a clear skin time for me. I'm backwards in just about every way possible!

Confessions From A Working Mom said...

Stopping by from SITS!

First, congrats on your pregnancy!

Second, I found the opposite was true for my skin-- I had GREAT skin while I was carrying my daughter, then almost the moment she was born, BAM, the acne set in with a vengeance. So maybe your pimples will disappear once you deliver!

~Elizabeth
http://confessionsfromaworkingmom.blogspot.com

Shell said...

Stopping by from SITS!

Aw, kids, huh?

When I was pregnant with my first, I was teaching 5th grade. I hadn't told my students yet, but when I was almost 3 month along, my waistline started to get a little bigger. I heard two of my girls whispering about it in the hall as we waited to used the restroom: "Don't you think Mrs. R is getting a little big? I mean, she's not fat, but she's just not as small as she used to be."

I almost died laughing.

And then, two weeks later, when I told them, I specifically went up to those two girls and said see, I wasn't getting fat, just pregnant! They were mortified that I had heard them.

Working Mommy said...

I remember that "glow"...which is what they call it to make us feel better, I think. I didn't feel very "glowing"...just bloated, hungry, constipated and sleep deprived. Yeah, that sounds about right :) Here is to hoping your "glow" doesn't give you too much trouble!

Happy Monday SITStah!

~Working Mommy
Come on by, stay for a while and leave a comment or two!!

Greener Pastures--A City Girl Goes Country said...

I went right from pimples to wrinkles.

Your blog looks great!

Geezees Geezees Custom Canvas Art said...

Stopping by from SITS!
congrats on your pregnancy!

Melissa B. said...

Ya know, my kids are almost grown, and I still get zits! I guess that's the price one must pay for being gorgeous, huh? SITS sent me by, and I'm glad they did!

No Sex for Santa This Season...

Katie said...

Oh, you poor thing! The "tireds" and hopefully the pimples will go away soon! Wishing you a pleasant and smooth pregnancy! :)

(Visiting from SITS!)

Sam said...

Hey Congrats and Merry Holidays to you and yours. Just stopped over to say hello and wish you all the best. Enjoy your blog so became a follower.

Take Care, Keri

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