WARNING: Summer do NOT read this blog because it DOES talk about noodles and NOT the penne kind...more of the spaghetti kind.
Well, it's almost time.
Time for the long awaited snippage of noodles.
My Lover went in for his vasectomy consultation today and made the appointment for...
Dum Dum Dum...
I have waited for this day for some time now.
One of my uplifting pregnancy post it's put it best.
So why then am I feeling like this...
That's right. I've got a bad case of vasectomitis.
Don't ask me why. I'm not even sure myself.
Is it because it's so final?
Is it because I'm scared it might not work?
Is it because there are millions and millions of people TRYING to have babies and here I am trying to STOP it? How selfish am I?
I guess part of me feels like we're too young to be making such a HUGE, literally LIFE ALTERING decision. Like someone should tell us we can't do that.
I know I'm all old now, but inside I still feel like me and My Lover are those same 18 and 16 year old kids in love making crazy decisions.
ISN'T ANYONE GONNA STOP US?!?!
I do NOT want to EVER be pregnant again.
I do NOT think my sanity could handle any more kids, NOR my budget.
I do NOT EVER want to be on crappy birth control again.
(except for the 8 week period after snippage...don't worry people!)
And NO, I am NOT in a race to top the Duggars.
But something deeeep deeeeeep inside of me is making me feel all queasy and nauseous about taking matters into our own hands and stopping NATURE.
Should we be allowed to do this?
Whatever, it's going to happen. I just feel nervous about it.
In case you're not familiar with how it's done, here's the scoop.
Thanks to Michele R and the lovely video My Lover watched today, I found out that the surgery is pretty simple. So they make a tiny incision on each side of the sackage. Then, they take a crochet needle (not really, it's more of a real doctor tool but it looks like a crochet needle), probably the same one they used to break my water, and they pull out the "noodle" and snip snip on each side.
Doesn't that needle look so fancy and dramatic in all those feathers?