Whitney was happy to see Serena at lunch. It was good to get away from the phones at the office. As of late she'd been doing more number crunching which she loved yet hated. Just so much on her mind. All she really wanted to do was to be home in her own room staying safe from everything in the world.
Really, she didn't even want to drive anymore. Why was being pregnant doing this to her?
"You look radiant," Serena said.
"Well, thanks." Whitney smiled.
"Any morning sickness?" Serena asked.
"Not really," Whitney shook her head.
"I never had any, either." Serena reminded her that she'd been pregnant once, but she didn't look to be in a hurry to ever be pregnant again. Naturally, Whitney took that as a bad sign that she didn't have morning sickness. She wished she could get up and go throw up right now at lunch just to say she had morning sickness.
"Well, how about evening sickness?" Whitney wondered if she was the only one who ever had it. As of yet, she hadn't thrown up, but she was just so tired and horrid bouts of diarrhea would hit her like clock work just after the six o'clock news was over.
"I think they'd consider that morning sickness." Serena nodded.
Whitney suddenly felt better about things.
"Has Kal gained any weight?" Serena asked.
"I haven't noticed." Whitney shook her head.
"I bet he will," Serena chuckled. "Once you start to show, he will too. Then we'll wonder who's actually pregnant then."
Whitney laughed at the thought of Kal getting fat. She hoped it wasn't too many pounds. She really did like him the way he was, but then what if he was thinking the same thing about her.