Ah yes. It is that time of year again. Newborn photos adorned with Santa hats, new pregnancies announced via wrapped up pee sticks, and guessing games of who’s not drinking at the office Christmas party this year. So, now is the time to prepare yourself for the awkward inquiries regarding your non-pregnant status. Here are just a few of my favorite responses to the dreaded question….
When are you going to have a(nother) baby?!
The Honest Company: Did you know that a pregnancy starts at the first day of your period and is about 40 weeks long from that date? By the time most women are due for their period they are already 4 weeks pregnant! I am 4 weeks pregnant every single month! I just wonder why no one throws me a shower…
Please Pass The Stuffing: If you ask me that question one more time I promise you that I will stuff my my sub fertile fist into your freakishly fertile uterus in an attempt to do an at home uterine transplant. Merry Christmas! I hope you enjoy that coffee mug full of red and green MnMs!
Whose the Bitch Now?: I’ve considered a(nother) baby but then I see people who look all fat and saggy and I am just undecided on the whole pregnancy thing. You don’t seem to be bothered by it though…. Hmmm…
Turn Down the Holiday Cheer: I’m sorry. What? I heard the first part of your question but the end got drowned by the sobbing of my infertility support group.
Beat ’em to the Punch: I’d like to propose a toast! Last year at this time I was bombarded with questions about when we were going to have a(nother) baby. This year, on this cold December evening, I’d like to share with all of our family and friends who were able to gather here tonight, the rest will find out soon via Facebook, that we have some news. *dramatic pause with deep breath* We saved hundreds of dollars by switching to Geico. Haha!! No seriously! We are still infertile.
Table Talk: Okay… so I have this turkey that has some special medical conditions. We pay tons of money to a farmer to treat the bird, watch it for signs of readiness to bake, and then at the farmers go ahead, we take that bird home and bake the heck out of it! First, my husband shoves his most excellent stuffing recipe into my bird. After propping the turkey legs at an angle, we loosely cover my turkey and let all of the juices mingle and mix in there. We sometimes turn the bird upside down to make sure that the stuffing gets into all the right places. Then, after a long baking period, we take the bird out of the oven while trying our best not to let any of the succulent stuffing fall out. We have been doing this for months and months! Who’s hungry!?
Do you have any suggestions on how to answer this super fun question?