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06/11/2015 at 17:21
What you like best about being pregnant? And what you like least?
Please come and share your pregnancy yays and nays – funny, serious, or anything in between – with us by adding a post to this thread.
We'd really love to hear it all – nice stuff and moany stuff included!
06/11/2015 at 20:30
The worst thing about being pregnant for me was my aversion to so many smells! Even a hint of so many things made me sick. My morning sickness lasted for months. We had to change all of our hand soap, deodorant, shower gels and shampoo because anything remotely scented made me feel awful! Still takes me back now if I smell Carex hand soap!
One of the best things about being pregnant for me was feeling my baby moving about and kicking. She was a little wriggler - always on the go (not much has changed since she was born really!). Another big plus were the daily leg/foot massages that hubby gave me! My legs and feet would get so sore throughout the day and they would be aching by the evening. Hubby was wonderful throughout the pregnancy :)
06/11/2015 at 22:12
Best thing is feeling that life growing and moving inside you!
worst thing is those first few months and the constant aches, pains and cramps that keep u worrying that something is gonna go wrong or that Uve imagined the whole thing and ur period is gonna show!
07/11/2015 at 03:39
Best feeling was feeling the first kick and then from there creating a bond, getting to know the movements. Having them respond to your voice and certain songs you Sang :)
Worst feeling, the first 12weeks, getting past that hurdle and the 20 week scan to know they developed quickly.
I'm currently 39+6 in early labour and worst thing ever is constantly feeling dirty no matter how many times you wash or go toilet.(sorry for tmi) xx
07/11/2015 at 03:40
Correctly not quickly* lol x
07/11/2015 at 04:35
The best thing for me was seeing that little glimps of baby at 12 weeks and know I was past the danger zone, feeling those first real kicks and punches from within to the excitement of my waters going and knowing baby was on his way....to finally holding him and knowing I was more than just a person I was now a mum!
worse thing...getting to those 12 weeks after suffering loses, you tend to panick every time you need to pee! Not being able to sleep on my front (Even more so the last few months), each pregnancy my health has suffered (By my 3rd and last I ended up diabetic), the pain of heartburn at 3am and nothing helps to shift it, the fear that shot through my body when they told me my body was shutting down last October (2014) and my son would have to arrive via an emergency section after 3 days of failed labour to the fear of facing it all again this October (2015) with my 3rd (altho he came before his section date they then did another emergency section on me), the fear of not knowing what to expect as every pregnancy/labour and child is so very different
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