I had a really busy hectic day today. Emily had been battling a fever starting on Friday (Vomit Fest) and has slowly been recovering. I took her to school yesterday to have her fake that she was sick. I ended up picking her up a half hour after I dropped her off. She was playing "pity me" sitting in the lap of one of the aides. As soon as we walked out of the door of the classroom she was full of ginger and ready to take on the world. Today I dropped her off and told the teacher that she's fine. The teacher said they would work through any homesick tears. An hour before school was out I got a call from Ems teacher. Apparently Emily had broken out in a rash and had a barking cough.
I picked Emily up from school. Fed her lunch. Made an appointment to see the doctor in the afternoon and got her down for a nap. I tried to catnap but couldn't get myself to fall asleep. Emily woke up. We went to the doctor to have the doc tell us that nothing was contagious and just treat cough with cough medicine and rash with cream. From the doc's office I took Emily to therapy and after therapy we went to the store to pick up food for dinner. By the time I got home I was ready for my nightly puke session (I only puke once a day in the evening, mostly brought on by exhaustion and an overabundance of post nasal drip).
Jeremy unloaded groceries and Emily while I began my ritual in the bathroom. As I was in the middle of gagging I felt a gush of fluid come out of me. I thought, "OH MY GOD, my water just broke." I ran out of the bathroom and paged the doctor on call. He called back quickly and our conversation went something like this:
Me: I'm 15 weeks along and while vomiting I felt a
gush of liquid come from I believe my vagina.
Doc: You really wouldn't have enough amniotic fluid
at 15 weeks to actually have "water breaking".
Me: Oh, ok. Then what would the liquid have been?
Doc: Most likely urine.
So I emergency paged the doctor on call to have him tell me that I pissed my pants!! I hope I never have to meet this doctor in person. How incredibly stupid! AAAARGH.
In my defense, I have NEVER had any problems with leakage EVER. NOT even after having Emily. This is a first for me.