I am 33weeks and I have a tiny bump. I don't think it will get very big. I'm ok with having a tiny bump just means less stretch marks lol. But the baby is fine and healthy my doctor said I have a big baby but you can't tell with my tiny bump
I had my baby 3 weeks ago, I was 42 weeks when he was born and my bump wasn't that big, everyone who asked was surprised when I said I only had a few weeks left or that I was overdue, they used to think I only looked about 6 months or so which, considering he was 9lbs when he was born, was quite an accomplishment :) My friend was due 4 days after me (and had her son two days after I had mine) and she had a huge bump but her boy was only 8lbs x
I had a small bump my entire pregnancy!! It used to get annoying when people would comment about it because my baby girl wasn't growing properly.. so it kinda hurt my feelings. She was born 4lb 8.3oz and perfectly healthy, just 4 weeks premature.
But on the bright side, no stretch marks! And right after labor I looked like I had never been pregnant well atleast with clothes on. I have a lil flabby belly but it won't take much work gettin a flat tummy again!
My tummy is tiny and I hate it everyone says you look like your 6 months pregnant. Im due in 17 days and have only gained 18 lbs only weigh 140 now. I gained 60 with my first and I feel so guilty and I an so worried he's gonna be 5 lbs. I eat I try to gain weight Im so nervous to see him :(
As long as baby is healthy I would LOVE a small belly. Both of my pregnancies my belly has been HUGE. Especially this one, I'm measuring at 36 weeks and I'll be 32weeks tomorrow. I can't walk, I can't sleep, I can't bend, NO clothes, and its SO uncomfortable! I've been very lucky as far as stretch marks but the pain, limitations, and inconvenience of a huge belly are endless. I'd trade for a small belly any day!
I feel ya girl!haha im also 38 weeks and everyone tells me i look like im 6 months! When i tell people im due in 2 weeks they think im joking around.haha but i do feel like i should be bigger!it seems like every pregnant woman is bigger than me at this time, or 6 months and up. Good luck though,and congrats!(:
I was small with both my pregnancies probably cuz I have a long torso. My first was 7 pounds and my second 8.25 pounds so they both wernt small. I didn't mind not getting huge cuz I didn't get stretch marks and I wasn't uncomfortable at the end of my pregnancy that much. Plus after I gave birth my stomach was flat the next day
it depends on how ur carrying if your carrying in the back then it will be smaller. if your like me and carrying in the front ur belly will look huge. my sis has a friend due at the end of june whos belly is smaller than mine (im due august) it's just because shes carrying more in the back and im more in the front.
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