1. That is SO cool that you felt baby move! It must be kind of a weird feeling to have froggy movements in your belly, but it must make everything even more real now!!! Ahhh so exciting! And girl, I have been there with the dogs – just over Christmas actually, so I feel your pain. My shepherd mix actually refused to throw up in front of anyone so we were finding little piles for hours. So gross. lol But I’m glad to hear everyone’s ok (and that you got a new couch out of it!)

  2. Beautiful! How lovely you look with baby, it’s an exciting time. On another note – my MIL dog, several years ago now, ate 50 baby back ribs (after a 4th of July party). He almost died, but with surgery and a lot of $ he lived! Glad your pups are ok 🙂

    xo Lulu

  3. This was a very entertaining post! I know it was probably stressful at the time, but I love how candid it is. I also love [B]Ski’s & the Tokyo Express on Franklin. I haven’t been back to try the new Korean joint, but I’m very interested in giving it a go. Well, here’s to a better week next week!

  4. Congratulations on feeling the baby move! That is so exciting. And new couches are pretty cool too (even though they were the result of lots of doggy puke.) 😉

  5. Hey Molly! You look awesome! I’m loving reading your pregnancy through your blog 🙂 If you haven’t already tried this for the leg cramps: drink lots of water throughout the day and take your prenatal right before bed. Maybe try to eat a banana before bed, too. If you still get them make sure you flex your foot when in starts and it should help. I know this is leg cramp basics, but I never knew this stuff before I got pregnant 🙂 hope it helps! I do not miss those!

  6. Sounds like you had a pretty crazy week. The dog barf would have totally gotten to me, especially being pregnant. I saw the video posted on facebook, but didn’t watch it. I just bawled my eyes out. What an inspirational story. Thank you for sharing. By the way when i first felt my son move i just about jumped out of my skin from joy.



  7. Oliver threw up on our couch a few weeks ago RIGHT after I had walked him so I was pretty peeved. Luckily most of it was on a blanket (which was thrown out) and the couch is leather so I was able to clean the rest. It was disgusting though!

    That is so exciting that you felt the baby move!!

    The Tiny Heart

  8. If it makes you feel better, my dog ingested some paint thinner. She {apparently} had knocked over the can and stepped in it, then later she licked it off her paws. Her poor leg kept twitching and she couldn’t do anything about it. We had to feed her super burnt toast and milk. Luckily she didn’t ingest a lot of it, and she back to normal the next day.

  9. Looking great, Molly! I love your plaid top 🙂
    Our dog ate Carmex and washi tape this week! and he never gets into stuff. Thankfully he’s okay, but I have been watching him…I think he knows something is up and he’s going to less attention in four months or so 😉 glad your pups are okay after eating the prenatals!

  10. Your bump is so cute!! I had a little incident like that with one of my dogs, except it was an entire bottle of tropical-flavored Tums. Oy. So ridiculous. I can’t even imagine being pregnant, much less feeling the baby move – I would just sit there all day and hold my bump! 🙂

  11. I am so so so excited for you for Baby Stillman! I love reading about it, and you look fantastic, and I’m just so happy for you. 2013 is such a big year of change for you – God has big plans! 🙂


  12. you know that is something my dogs would get into as well if i were taking prenatal vitamins. i would never ever suspect in a million years they would choose to get into those but with my dogs if there is a will there is a way. and i would be running around the house upset at the thought of how many pills they ingested and them following them around like a crazy lady to pour lots of hydrogen peroxide down their throats too. all dog owners should have a bottle of that stuff, part of dog first aid!

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