Baby Beluga in the deep blue sea...

May 2, 2008

Look it's my long lost twin! I am resembling a whale these days and for a little bit of light-hearted fun, I'm about to prove to you, how I have transformed into a whale.
Fact: Whales are mammals, so they feed their babies Milk. I will also be feeding my baby Milk.
Fact: Whales do not have gills, and cannot breathe under water. I do not have gills and cannot breathe under water.
Fact: All whales are very noisy. They moan, groan, squeak and sigh to talk to each other. I too moan, groan, squeak and sigh, just ask Ryan, especially when I'm trying to roll over in bed or get up from the couch.
Fact: A whale's blubber layer can be 1.5 feet wide. See previous posts for pictures of evidence.
Fact: Beluga whales can weigh up to 1.5 tons. I am not about to post my weight gain online, but you get the idea.
Also, Whales have flippers and if you have seen my feet recently, well you could tell I must have Whale cousins.
I hope you all have a whale of a time this weekend!
Holly & Co.


Heather said...

You're too funny. Don't worry, it'll be over soon, and even though you'll have that lil girl to hold, I promise you'll eventually miss feeling her inside me. I PROMISE! So even though your miserable and can't roll over with out having a earthquake scale have some sort of reading, try and enjoy the last little bit. Also, SLEEP AS MUCH AS POSSIBLE! Try to enjoy the uninterrupted sleep...


Morgan Werner said...

Oh honey! You are NOT a whale! I think you're adorable!

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