well, the other day, i met up with my girlfriend - who is 32weeks along- at the dog park to walk our fur babies and get some excercise..
my gf, was a little behind me, and she says to me "AWW Bela, your waddling already!?!?"
i turned around and said. "WHAT?!? I AM NOT!"
"yes you are!"
"well i dont feel like i am, i feel like im walking normal"
"well your not lol"
my gf is 4 apples tall!! litterally she's like 4feet tall and some and is 32 weeks along, and she walks normally..
i will be 19weeks on friday and I'm already waddling!! :(
anybody out there waddling too??
isn't it too early for that?
i know that the farther along you get the more you waddle, but i'm only starting my 5th month..
i wonder what causes this... lol
baby positioning? baby weight?? is it the way my innards are set up?? lol
You know what i was walking the other day and I think I kind of waddle too already and I not quite 16 weeks yet. With my first never did, but I always thought it was a combination of your hips spreading and the weight that caused it. So I just wrote it off to my hips spreading earlier this time around. No matter what causes it it is just one of those unavoidable things, so I try not to let it bother me. So not really an answer for you, but just wanted to let you know you're not alone :)
I don't think I waddle but there is a guy who works in my building who said he could tell I was pregnant by the way I was walking. Yikes!!! I am only over 17 weeks pregnant. Not ready to be a duck yet lol
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