Thursday, June 21, 2012

I'm Nothing But a Big Ol' Baby

I had a baby, I can do anything right? Wrong! Tomorrow I have to get my top to wisdom teeth pulled, ahhhhh I'm freaking out.

Is it completely ridiculous this is more scary then having a baby? At least at the end of labor you get to meet your sweet little baby. At the end of wisdom teeth extractions you get a mouth full of gauze, and a swollen face. Sounds pretty amazing.

I think the one thing I'm most scared of is being put under anesthesia. That really freaks me out. I have never had to have that done, the whole thought of getting injected with magic sleep potion weirds me out, and gives me anxiety. Unfortunately there isn't one way of doing it that sounds better then the other. So let's just do this and get it over with!

I have already given multiple threats about video taping me afterwards on the way home. I also seem to worry about the dumbest things, like how the place is on the 3rd floor and how weird it's going to be for whoever has to ride down in the elevator with me. I obviously won't have any clue what's going on, but i'm apologizing now to the person who in there watching me drool on myself. Talk about awkward elevator rides.

feel free to share your *good* experiences with me, or I should say non-horrible experience, i'm sure no one has had an amazing wisdom tooth extraction experience. If you have a bad story keep that ish to yourself.

In the mean time here's me and my girl instagram style...


6 comments:

  1. No fun! You'll be fine...even though dental work is for the birds!

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  2. Im totally with you on this! Ive been putting mine off forever! Im a new follower on your blog, mallory sent me a link to the birthday party you photographed, she saw that I was going to be planning a balerina party for my little girl. Love your blog :)

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  3. Ahh, good luck! I have no advice. Only one of my wisdom teeth ever came in and it's not impacted so I never had to deal with any talks of surgery. I would like to get a dental implant for a tooth I had pulled sometime in the future and I heard that surgery is pretty terrible. If it's any consolation, I think that having a baby is probably a lot more painful.

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  4. Dying to read an update on this! My wisdom teeth were bad but I was out at a concert the next night (oh to be 16 again)... my Husband on the other hand took 2 full weeks to recover, and even though he had them out 14 months ago... he still swears his mouth has never been the same! (men).... Cant wait to read about your experience!

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  5. Hi! I'm following you from the GFC Blog Hop! Look forward to reading more! I would appreciate the follow back! :)
    Have a great rest of the weekend!
    -Kat

    http://mom-uncensored.blogspot.com

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  6. I wish I had good advice girl!! I'm sorry I don't :( HANG IN THERE THOUGH!!! LOVES!!

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