The world of medicine is like a bubble. A lot of people THINK they know what goes on there, but unless you're down in the trenches it's unlikely you do. So here is my semi-anonymous blog, here to tell you what really goes on in the life of a medical resident.

Monday, May 28, 2007

And on a Lighter Note...

Guess I'm not quite as covert as I thought. After my last meme, many of you had already figured out the secret I was referring to.

In about 5-6 months, Dr. Couz is going to be someone's mother. Freaky.

Mr. Couz and I are expecting the arrival of The Bean in late November.

And no, this won't mean that this becomes a Mommy Blog. Still just me, only with added complications. :-)


Blogger Ms. SuperScience said...


Methinks your puns gave it away, BTW - but I was still impressed by the cleverness! :) Enjoy - the time goes quickly!

9:20 PM

Blogger Xavier Emmanuelle said...

Congrats!! I love babies :)

9:48 PM

Anonymous grass said...

Congratulations! And if you can stop your blog from turning into a pregnancy blog, you're a stronger person than I am!

10:04 PM

Blogger Dr. J. said...

Congrats Dr. C.!!!
My better half had guessed your news.....I was as clueless as usual of course :oP

10:39 PM

Blogger A girl said...

Hey hey hey!!! Congratulations! This is a wonderful news! Enjoy your pregnancy... and you can convert your blog into a pregnancy blog any time. I am sure it will be just as entertaining and insigtful;)

11:21 PM

Blogger Midwife with a Knife said...

Congratulations! I must be dense, I never suspected. ;)

12:10 AM

Anonymous Anonymous said...

Congratulations...I figured that was your secret! What are your plans for finishing your training etc?

10:28 AM

Blogger Psych-o by now said...

Congrats Dr. C! That is great news!

10:34 AM

Blogger phdatc said...

Much happiness and Congratulations!

11:09 AM

Blogger radioactive girl said...

That is what I guessed when I read about the secret, but since I had only just started reading, I wasn't sure.


12:13 PM

Blogger mstpbound said...

congratulations!!! :) ;) ;) i want to be a dad someday... :P

12:17 PM

Blogger medstudentitis said...

I knew it! Congratulations!!!!! The "carrying" part of carrying around a big secrete kind of got my wheels spinning.

12:52 PM

Anonymous cheryl said...

Hey...congratulations. :)

(and what is wrong with mommy blogs?)

1:09 PM

Anonymous Anonymous said...


PS Love your blog!

1:10 PM

Blogger Christy said...

Congrats! That is wonderful news.

3:54 PM

Blogger Reserved Stipulation said...

Congrats! I figured that was your secret. :) If you start a pregnancy/baby blog (separate from this one), I wanna know! DH and I are TTC right now, and I enjoy reading others' pregnancy experiences. :) I can't wait to experience it for myself. Congrats again!

3:54 PM

Blogger MedStudentGod (MSG) said...

Rather than saying the obvious - I will simply echo the numerous words of support and surprise. I had no idea either.

7:32 PM

Blogger Joy said...

congratulations! this explains the long pauses between posts. that first trimester fatigue is a killer. I can't imagine carrying and then rearing a child during medical training, so more power to you!

7:46 PM

Anonymous Anonymous said...

Mazel tov!

And if you care to, tell The Bean that I highly suggest November 22 as a birthdate, as it has worked out quite well for me.


3:01 AM

Blogger ditzydoctor said...

Congratulations!!!!! =D

am doing OB/GYN next so will be reading very regularly for real-time happenings! ;)

11:27 AM

Anonymous geena said...

Congrats!!! Babies are fun :-)

8:31 PM

Anonymous frectis said...


1:47 AM

Anonymous MLO said...

Congratulations! You kind of gave it away in one of your previous posts - at least to me. But I've always been pretty good at reading between the lines for that sort of thing.

1:45 PM

Blogger Awesome Mom said...


12:48 AM

Anonymous patientanonymous said...

I'll add my congratulations to the growing list.


10:39 PM

Blogger student dr. blaze said...

Congratulations, Dr. Couz! :-)

6:24 AM


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