Never Wordless Wednesday: Repurposing Easter Buckets

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So things had been going rather well concerning pregnancy symptoms.  I had been overly tired, had a few headaches and was really hungry, but other than that things were great.  Until a few days ago.  I woke up with a really dry feeling in my mouth.  Took a few sips of water.  And then found myself running for the bathroom.  Kaelyn, my 3 year old, ran in and was rubbing my back and got me a cool wash cloth for my head.  She told me that she’d take care of me because I always take care of her.  Sometimes kiddos say the sweetest things.  Well of course I couldn’t just crawl back into bed…. not with a 19 month old, 3 year old, and 5 year old that needed to get to kindergarten.  And so I grabbed the Easter bucket Willow had used for the Easter egg hunt at our church on Saturday and decided to give it a quick repurposing.  As you can see the chick was less than thrilled… 

Easter Bucket = Morning Sickness Car Puke Bucket

Oh the joys of pregnancy!  Of course they are all worth it once that little bundle of joy gets here, but in the mean time I need to keep reminding myself that this too shall pass.

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9 Responses to Never Wordless Wednesday: Repurposing Easter Buckets

  1. Lauren Riemer says:

    Great idea! As a fellow pregnant woman, I can relate!!

  2. Laura says:

    You are killing me with this bucket. I had terrible morning sickness the first trimester with all of my kids. It was 10 times worse with the boys than when I had my girl. I hope this morning sickness ends soon for you. *Hugs* congrats lady- I am so excited for you.

  3. shelly peterson says:

    how funny, great way to get good use out of the Easter bucket. I had 4 kids and never had any sickness with them at all. I was lucky.

  4. Jeffrey says:

    Kids say and do the funniest things sometimes, never a dull moment around here. They do keep you busy, can’t call in sick from being a parent! My wife was lucky during her two pregnancies…no morning sickness.

  5. Julie Ghrist says:

    “This too shall pass” that has been my mantra too lately. I am 9.5 weeks and counting down till the first trimester and morning sickness is done!

  6. Beth Rees says:

    Oh you poor thing. Hopefully it doesn’t last to long!

  7. Hey, if it works, right?! lol Good thing you had it… That could have been a messy ride.

  8. Dee says:

    Oh my! I was queasy…but never physically sick. For that…I am grateful!

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