Posted in Giving Birth, humor, t-shirts

In Which I Give Birth To A Long Sleeve T-Shirt

This morning I looked outside and saw that it was very foggy, so I decided to wear a light green turtleneck with a blue sweater. I had worn the sweater yesterday over a long sleeve, sea green t-shirt.

After I put on the sweater, I looked down and saw that it puffed out in such a way that I looked pregnant.

I went to the store, an art class, biked eight miles, and attended a concert in my pregnant state.

When I returned from the concert, I was puttering around in the kitchen, when something fell from my sweater. It was a long green sleeve. I pulled on it and out came the T-shirt I wore yesterday.

Mother and t-shirt are doing well. Stay tuned for an invite to our baby shower.



I am a rather obscure 14th C. poet, whose work has been translated into over thirty dialects of gibberish. I now spend my days translating from the gibberish into English and back again, as need be.

6 thoughts on “In Which I Give Birth To A Long Sleeve T-Shirt

  1. Your blog always makes me smile and sometimes even laugh out loud. This one did both, and it reminded me of how many dryer sheets are birthed from other pieces of clothing and/or bedding.
    Thanks for sharing your birth story, EtM. Loved it. ~nan

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