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Old 06-24-2011, 08:53 AM   #1
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Talking Michelle Dugger must have easy pregnancies...

Because if not, she's the toughest woman I know on the planet.

I swear I don't remember my pregnancy with DD1 being this uncomfortable. This pregnancy though is so rough!

Migraines, I'm already big as a house (2 people approached me last night at LIttle Gym and said to me "Wow you're so big! Due any day right?" (I'm due in 10 weeks!!!) and I haven't been able to sleep in over a week. Feels like I'm in "nursing a new born stage."

Oh and lets not forget the first 14 weeks of constant puking all day long!

To top it off, last night I got a new unwanted symptom... Restless Leg Syndrome! I'm hoping it's just a fluke event but as I was trying to fall asleep last night, my legs kept randomly moving and kicking. Everytime that happened I would wake up again! YUCK!

Oh and don't get me started on my back pain...

LOL I keep telling myself 10 more weeks....10 more weeks... (If I'm lucky...I was a 42 weeker with DD1!)


(Disclaimer, of course I'm happy to be pregnant and thankful for my new baby and also thankful I don't have any "serious" complications like GD, or Pre-E or anything like that!)

I'm just so bloody uncomfortable and I still have 10 weeks to go!!



So yes, there is NO flipping way I would do this 19 times. haha
2 times right now seems enough even though DH and (everybody else) are already asking me if we are trying for a BOY after this one. LOL

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Old 06-24-2011, 08:57 AM   #2
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Re: Michelle Dugger must have easy pregnancies...

my mom had 13 HORRID pregnancies (lost 5 of them) and almost died with my sister (her 1st baby, back in the 60's). I guess she got that amnesia after every time, lol
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I feel like an obese bear! First pregnancy and I'm mad no one warned me how miserable id be haha. I still have 3 weeks to go but I know my little booger is gonna be worth the hesrtburn, swelling, exhaustion and misery.

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Re: Michelle Dugger must have easy pregnancies...

I am with you! I think it's this stage in pregnancy. It's when we are so big and uncomfortable that we can imagine going 2-3 more months like this. We aren't close enough to the home stretch to be excited for it, but far enough in to be sick of pregnancy. I hope the next couple of months fly by. I have never been at the end of pregnancy in the summertime and wow, I am going to melt this summer!
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Re: Michelle Dugger must have easy pregnancies...

On the newest episode they told how many months she's had morning sickness. I think they said 50 months of morning sickness. I don't think I could do that. I detest throwing up, not that anyone likes it, but. ya know.
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I am with you! I think it's this stage in pregnancy. It's when we are so big and uncomfortable that we can imagine going 2-3 more months like this. We aren't close enough to the home stretch to be excited for it, but far enough in to be sick of pregnancy. I hope the next couple of months fly by. I have never been at the end of pregnancy in the summertime and wow, I am going to melt this summer!
This! Exactly!

And yes! Summer pregnancy....ick! I knew I didn't want another winter baby, all that bundling up and stuff is nerve wracking but omgosh! It's so hard on us isn't it? I feel like my sweat is sweating!
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I could have written this post

this is my first summer pregnancy and I have to say the boob sweat is kind of getting to me.

I know Michelle has said she usually gets bad morning sickness every pregnancy...man I cannot imagine being pregnant that many times! I mean kudos to her but I think I would go nuts! 3 is more than enough for me, I knew it wasn't going to be easy but this has been my hardest pregnancy by far
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Re: Michelle Dugger must have easy pregnancies...

I have had many good cases of amnesia.
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I am with you! I think it's this stage in pregnancy. It's when we are so big and uncomfortable that we can imagine going 2-3 more months like this. We aren't close enough to the home stretch to be excited for it, but far enough in to be sick of pregnancy. I hope the next couple of months fly by. I have never been at the end of pregnancy in the summertime and wow, I am going to melt this summer!
i'm right there too! not to mention this is my 2nd summer pregnancy IN A ROW (as in i was pregnant last summer--daughter was born end of august), i'm due end of septmember. i actually don't feel as hot as i did last summer, but maybe that's because i'm just not going out as much....
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