>You figure offering more of your input is probably the best you can hope for under your circumstances.
>> HARD TO WAIT 7 MONTHS FOR YOUR CUPCAKES
>"Aw, that's so sweet! Promise you're not just saying that?
>You nod, doing a Pinkie Promise by rote.
>Do to your current impairment, it's more like a foreleg folded across your chest, a spastic flailing of limbs, and then an upward stroke of a foreleg. You can't wait until you've recovered fully.
>It seems to have done the job, though, because Pinkie giggles, snorting slightly.
>"Gotcha. Well, once you're born, I'll have a big smorgasbord ready for you. Not being able to taste anything for half a year has to suck."
>"Don't be too impatient, Pinkie." Twilight warns. "When she's born, she'll still be an infant. It'll be a while before she can eat solid food."
>Pinkie sighs. "Ohhh, right. Well, maybe I can find a way to flavor your milk."
>Twilight chuckles. "I think the flavor is affected by my diet, so there's that."
>"Ooh, then I could give you the smorgasbord!"
>You feel another poke against Twilight's belly.
>"Don't worry, Glimmer;" Dash interjects, "Pinkie'll figure something out."
>> I DON'T DOUBT IT.
>You hear the spell fizzle out and Twilight exhale theatrically.
>"Well, I shouldn't spend all day here; I mostly just wanted to show you the spell, and let you meet Glimmer face-to-face."
>You can barely hear a pair of "mm-hmm"s over the low hums of Twilight's body.
>Your center of gravity shifts as Twilight gets back onto her hooves, causing you to flail slightly.
>"I'll keep you informed of any progress we make. It's a long walk to Applejack's, and then I've gotta pick up a costume from Rarity's, so I should get going."
>Pinkie giggles. "You forgot it was Nightmare Night, didn't you?"
>"Hey, I was busy!"
>"I'm only teasing. See you two later."
>"Uh-huh. Later, Twi!"
>You begin to feel yourself being rocked slightly, indicating that Twilight has begun her walk towards Sweet Apple Acres.
>It's a long walk, one that will probably be duller than usual without the usual distractions such as changing scenery and familiar faces, so you try to think of something to occupy your time.