There have been many times throughout my pregnancies where I've done something incredibly dumb and chalked it up to this thing I heard about called "pregnancy brain." You know your body is working so hard to create life that it sometimes stops fueling your own brain. We all have embarrassing moments in pregnancy. I've stressed over losing things that I actually was just holding in my other hand, written down the wrong addresses, had numerous misspellings, failed to solve simple math addition without a calculator, forgotten my own name. It's pretty normal these days for me to do something stupid on a daily basis. But nothing compares to my ultimate embarrassing pregnancy moment I had with my daughter. That morning I hit the snooze button at least five times on my phone. My back was hurting and I didn't sleep well. I was completely exhausted. By the time I did get up I was running late for work and needed to hurry and get ready. It was Wednesday, which meant my "fun day" of filming stories with foster kids. I didn't have to get all dressed up in business attire like I normally do. I can slip on a pair of jeans, a casual maternity top and go. In a hurry I run downstairs, where my shoes are, I slip them on, grab my purse and kiss my husband goodbye. The first shoot we were doing was at a boxing club. I walk in and introduce myself to the hosts as well as the 13 year old foster child. We're all getting friendly, and since there were chairs up against the wall I figure it would be a good idea if we sat down and talked since it was going to be a little while before we started filming. As I look down to make sure I don't fall while I sit (my balance is a little off) I notice something incredibly wrong. Something I should have noticed an hour ago. Something someone should have noticed long before I noticed, and someone probably did notice but was too confused or embarrassed to tell me. I notice this: Not only am I wearing shoes that are two different colors, they're COMPLETELY different styles. I silently wondered how in the world I didn't feel the difference sooner, given that one of my feet was half exposed, and a loafer covered the other. I immediately tuck my enormous size 11 feet under my chair and pray no one notices. But I don't have a desk job where I can hide my feet until the clock strikes five. There was no way no one was going to notice. I needed to do something. I debated taking my shoes off. Sometimes that's appropriate, depending on the shoot But this was not the case. Being a gym, it would not only probably look just as awkward as my miss matching shoes, but I'd probably contract some sort of foot disease in the process. I thought of ways to admit my mistake. I debated making up an excuse like: "I hurt my foot and this is the only combination of shoes that I can wear." Or: "It's mismatch shoe day at work." But I knew I wouldn't be able to play it off and that it would just be best if I came out and was honest about my dumb mistake. "Want to hear a funny story?" I asked, breaking the ice. I went through my story of being in a hurry to get ready for work, and ended with the punch line bringing my feet out from under the chair. Everyone about died laughing. I laughed too, but I was still incredibly embarrassed, especially when one of the ladies pulled out her camera to take pictures and I realized that from now on when they see me on TV they'd remember me as "the news lady who wore the wrong shoes." To my credit, it was dark when I slipped the shoes on my feet, the heels were the same height, so I wasn't walking lopsided, and I did have a huge belly obstructing my view. But most of all I have the excuse of pregnancy brain. The October 2013 Birth Club is also talking embarrassing pregnancy moments. Dare to share yours? Come on, make me feel better. 2 on the way. I was in my last trimester and mind you, I ALREADY clumsy as it is not pregnant, but I went to target to look for a swing and other small things I needed to still get before the baby came. I was looking at all the clothes and EVERYTHING I picked up I DROPPED!! but I never noticed it till I got down the row and turned around an saw the huge trail of baby clothes and toys laying on the floor. Not only that, but the guy that stocks everything just watched me do it all, I felt soo bad I tried helping him pick it all up. But we all know, picking things up from the floor when your 7 8 months pregnant isn as easy as it should be, so as im trying so hard to get my body to bend down enough to pick up the mess I made, I fart! it was the worst thing ever, I didn think he heard it, but man was I WRONG!! I could tell he wanted to laugh, but he was kind about it, said happens and picked up everything an left. I was sooo embarrassed, I just left! I turned on the wrong eye on our stove, took the dog outside, came back in to check the water on the stove and noticed not only was it not boiling it wasn even warm:/ But the stove smelled hot? All of a sudden I realized I turned on the back burner, the one with a burner cover on it! At least I thought to grab an oven mitt before picking it up and tossing it in the sink. I had to throw it away, it was almost burnt completely through! thankgoodness I didn go jump in the shower immediantly after bringing the dog inside like I would usually do so I didn catch the kitchen on fire. But pregnancy brain will make you do the craziest things. We were getting ready to sit down for dinner and my 3 year old asked for chocolate milk to drink. I went to the refrigerator and pulled out a brand new gallon of milk and the chocolate syrup. I opened up the milk including the safety seal, promptly grabbed the chocolate syrup and poured it directly into the gallon of milk. My husband watched me do the whole thing. I realized what I done about 2 seconds after I started squeezing the chocolate syrup in. We both cracked up laughing and enjoyed our slightly chocolate milk for the next few days. My first pregnancy I got stuck in the bath tub. My doc said to take a bath to help with the discomfort, problem is when I tried to get out of the bath tub I could not stand up. Took me 20 min to find a way. Second pregnancy I pee in my panties in front of a restaurant. My hubby and daughter was the only ones who saw that. It was so fast that I didn know if it was pee or my water that broke. Turned out it was pee, lol. My lucky is that I had beach towel in the trunk of my car, so I wouldn ruin my car. Usually when my husband and I go somewhere, he drives. In my third trimester we went out to run some errands and were out quite a while driving around. When we got back home, I realized we needed some odds ends from the grocery store, so I headed out to the store solo. I got what we needed, loaded it into the trunk, then got in the car on the passenger side. I sat there for a minute waiting for my husband to start the car and go. I didn realize my mistake till I looked over at the driver seat and there was no one in it. I felt like an idiot. My embarrassing moement was my birth. Less of the baby brain, more pf the omg . I got no contractions and at 5,15am my waters broken and i went straight in to pushing mode. As it was my first baby we were going to the hospital. I put on my fellas jumper which only covered half way down my bump and his slippers. No trousers no nickers :O. Went on to the street and got in the car like this. At the hospital there is a long walk way to get to the birth centre and i went downthere with no pant. When we got to the doors u have to be buzzed in. 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