Rockmelons are juicy and delicious. Good rockmelons are heavy for their size, firm, and on the yellowish side of green. They contain lots of water (90%), Vitamin A, C, and potassium. I didn’t much like them as a kid (I preferred watermelon) but apparently I’m on my own there. Pages 203-252 of my old WhatContinue reading “34 weeks”
Thank you Ara Jansen and seesaw magazine for the opportunity. https://www.seesawmag.com.au/2021/08/thrills-in-the-hands-of-women
The list of What You May Be Feeling in my dog-eared pregnancy bible, What To Expect When You’re Expecting, is getting longer. Happily, morning sickness is over, but I’m still tired and getting hungry. A four month old fetus is the size of an avocado, which I used to serve mashed to my own babies.Continue reading “Sixteen Weeks”
At eight weeks, a human embryo is the size of a kidney bean and has a beating heart. I know this, because I saw an ultrasound of one this week. According to my copy of What To Expect When You’re Expecting with its broken spine and rippled pages, if my book was a human baby,Continue reading “Eight weeks”
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