Part one can be found HERE thanks to Rita.
Disclaimer: Just in case the people who say this (or know them) read my blog, I want to say that neither of these situations offended me AT ALL. I just found them humorous and thought my readers might as well. 🙂
Story One: I was at church Sunday and was talking to a friend who was home for the weekend. We were just catching up a bit and her mom came over to give me a hug and rub my belly. Then she looked at her daughter (who was now standing next to me) and said: “See, don’t you feel skinny now?” Um…Wow. What do you say to that? If I had gained an excessive amount of weight, I might have taken offense. But I’m still very small with the exception of this volleyball I carry under my shirt. 🙂 No offense taken. But some advice: don’t say that to just any pregnant woman. Make sure you know them first!
Story Two: We were leaving Sunday School and our teacher touched me on the arm. I could tell he was trying find a way to mention that I was showing without making it seem as though I was fat. I think he would have been less embarrassed if he had just told me I was getting fat. Word for word this is what he said: “Well Amy, it looks like you’re developing nicely!” BAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA. He was trying SO HARD to be nice and not make me feel bad. Well, he succeeded. I certainly didn’t feel bad. That was the funniest thing I’ve heard all pregnancy. 🙂