Love the thought of creating a whole life inside of me that I'll love and cherish forever. Hate all the nasty pregnancy symptoms: morning sickness, excess weight gain, heartburn/indigestion, leg cramps, increased discharge, the worrying about something going wrong, swelling, hemorrhoids, rib pain from baby kicking, sciatica never pain, symphysis pubic dysfunction, contractions, and most of all, the waiting game lol
Overall i hate beung pregnant. The vomiting the nausea the headaches the backpain the leg cramps the exhaustion, the swelling the weight gain, being unable to be as physucally active as i used to. The pelvic pain. Struggling to work and the sympathetic looks everytime i walk to the bathroom. But aside from all the i Love the feeling if my precious baby moving inside me. And knowing this amazing person is growing and getting stronger everyday. Knowing someday soon i get to meet this precious angel
Love the feeling of baby move, love the fact i'm on the countdown but i am creating a life, love the fact i'm giving my son a sibling for company. Hate the condescending remarks "you're massive!" that i've been getting almost all way through. Don't like the fact i don't feel very attractive, even though hubby says otherwise. Cannot WAIT to be able to lye on my back again!!!!!
I am at Week 11. Love knowing that I have a baby growing within. Hate feeling helpless because I have been dizzy since Week 6 and cannot go to work. Tele-commuting has its limitations and I am having insomnia because of work stress and other pregnancy symptoms (indigestion, frequent visits to the washroom, having to spit out excess saliva every few min, feeling uncomfortable after almost every meal, aversion to smells / food).
Just feeling very stressed because I am unable to work properly. I have been staying at home for weeks because I may faint when I go out and I can't last more than 5 min on feet without feeling faint.
Hopefully I will be back to normal soon. Used to be v fit before pregnancy so this sudden loss of fitness makes me depressed.
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