Wednesday, May 18, 2016

Reminding Rewinding Removing Regretting

Hey all! So while I'm here sitting and waiting to hear news about our last embryo transfer and when I do, whether good or bad, I will announce much much later. Thank you for all that have text/messaged me asking when we are finding out. If I knew, I would tell you. Anyways, I'm here trying to rest and just be stress free. I'm taking advantage by watching lots of movies and shows, but mostly movies about pregnancy and parenting. Here's a list of my favorite movies in no particular order. Trust me, I'm good at picking movies :)

Maybe Baby
This movie is super cute! It is right on point with the whole charting, checking ovulation, and all that "fun" stuff us infertile myrtles have to go through. I mean, who doesn't love Hugh Laurie?! Am I right? He's soooo dreamy. One of my favorite quotes of the movie is "Women's eggs are like boiled eggs. You never know exactly when they're done for perfection. You have to grab them when the moment arises." Isn't that the truth?

What To Expect When You're Expecting
I remember when I saw the trailer for this movie and thought, ugh, another cheesy movie about pregnancy. Well, it is cheesy and it is another movie about pregnancy, but I couldn't help and get attach to all the characters. My favorite character as to be Elizabeth Banks. Her and her husband have been trying for a baby for 2 yrs without any luck. When she does end up being pregnant, she runs to the swimming pool where her husband is swimming and jumps in the pool with 5 pregnancy tests. I can relate to her character so much. Especially when she finds out that her "mother in law" (played by the gorgeous Brooklyn Decker) is pregnant at same time as she is. So funny! I can watch this movie over and over again.

Baby Mama
This movie is super cheesy but I love me some Tina Fey and Amy Poehler. Basically, Tina Fey's character is wanting to be a mom but is stuck in a dilemma. She doesn't have a male partner to help her become a mom so she decides to get a surrogate after failed attempt to adopt. The movie is just plain silly and no thinking is required, which is great for me as at the moment, I really don't want to think much haha.

The Back Up Plan
Ok, not a fan of J-Lo (gasp, I know!) but I do like her character in this movie and also in What To Expect When You're Expecting. So J-Lo's character is wanting a baby and decides to get help from the sperm bank. She ends up pregnant but falls in love with a cute guy. It's cute because they both fall in love but she hasn't told him that she's pregnant by help from the turkey baster haha. Super cute movie.

Life As We Know It
Oh this movie is one of my many favorites. Yeah, it has Katherine Heigl (another not so favorite actress) but it has the handsome Josh Duhamel...drool! 

Away We Go
This movie is sooooo me! I'm a huge hippie at heart. Plus, who doesn't love them some John Krasinski and Maya Rudolph. Looooove them!

She's Having A Baby
I'm a huge Kevin Bacon fan and this movie always makes me cry! It's crazy. I just love it when he realizes that he does want to have a baby. I'm sure all guys go through all the emotions Bacon goes through when he finds out his wife is pregnant.

I love this movie! I'm a huge Kerry Russell fan. I can watch this movie a million times and still cry. Especially at the end when Adrienne Shelly's (RIP) daughter appears as Kerry Russell's daughter in the movie. Ugh. It just pulls at my heart strings. Oh and did you know it's going to be a musical?!!! Music and lyrics by Sarah Bareilles. Super excited about it.

And last but not least...

I love this movie! Maybe because it's a Ron Howard movie and I just love him, but I feel like it hits right at home with parenting and all the joys that come with it ;)

That's all for now, folks! If I remember any other movies, I'll make sure to add to the list. Do you have any pregnancy/parenting movies that you love watching? Let me know!

-Mrs B

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