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It is finally friday yay! And tots rock, mmmm

It is finally friday yay! And tots rock, mmmm

Tater tots have saved my stomach today. I am not sure how or why but salty tots coated in ketchup got me from “ugh, I am going to be sick” to “yay, the tummy is better now I can sleep”. Thank goodness!

I wanted to find the tots scene from Napoleon Dynamite but couldn’t, this was all I found. It is mildly amusing.

Also, I am so glad it is Friday! It seems like N has been at work all week so the weekend is going to give us some actual time together. Not that I can stay out and active for all that long but it will be nice to try. Heck we can even spend the weekend in bed thanks to Netflix, I bet he’ll be bored out of his mind though.

Speaking of Netflix “The business of being born” just arrived today and I plan to subject N to it. It is good home birth preparation right? Anyone who is pregnant or has a pregnant loved one needs to see this movie (mom that includes you)!

Lastly, I just got notice that the Indiana Midwifery Task Force is again filling a licensure bill to change the legal status of Midwifery in the state. They have tried before without success but this time have managed to hire a lobbyist to help get the bill passed.

How awesome would it be if the bill passes before I have the baby? If you want to get involved you can make a donation to the task force or you can write legislation about it. I’ll be fighting and supporting this bill, the law needs to be changed!

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  • Krystal McCarthy
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    “Give me a tater tot. No Butthole, go get your own tots!”

    I dont kow if thats how it really goes, but its the only worth wile scean in that movie.

    November 7, 2008 at 4:50 pm
  • awesome film. i lent mine to my parents and my dad had to walk out, too many nudey scenes for him.

    it just boggles the mind that midwifery should be illegal anywhere. that’s like making cream cheese illegal, except cream cheese is probably more dangerous.

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    November 7, 2008 at 6:01 pm
  • I can’t imagine it being illegal give birth at home. They have been doing for a Millenia. I hope they change it for you.

    Thanks so much for stopping by my site and helping me with my project this month.

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    November 7, 2008 at 8:15 pm
  • YES! There is some power of potatoes when one is pregnant. Potatoes covered in ketchup is even more healing. Of course, potatoes ARE the wonder food!

    It would be so great if the laws in Indiana changed between now and when your baby is born! Good luck.

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    November 8, 2008 at 12:34 am
  • I never got over my love affair with potatoes when I was pregnant, but I could not abide ketchup. Isn’t that odd how we get tastes and aversions when pregnant?

    November 8, 2008 at 2:04 am
  • I’m really glad you found the magic food that settles your tummy. I don’t believe I have ever eaten tater tots.

    November 8, 2008 at 7:16 pm
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    November 8, 2008 at 7:17 pm
  • I just found this old link in my favorites, leftover when I was researching ‘history of medicine’ and I thought you might find it interesting.

    http://www.midwiferytoday.com/articles/timeline.asp

    You may already be familiar with the site, but it struck me today, re-reading it, that midwifery was regulated as far back as 1716.

    November 9, 2008 at 9:12 pm

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