I am!! I hate it! Looks like I have upper and lower parts to my belly. I didn't carry like this with my son at all so I'm actually bummed out about this mishapened belly experience. Its making me very self conscious etc...only 10 wks left and I refuse to have pics of the belly taken. Not as much fun this time around...I feel your pain.
I do as well. I did have pics taken. I had her Photoshop it so it looked normal. By chance are you guys also carrying really low the entire pregnancy? This is my first and wondered if that's why my belly looks like this.
I am worried this will be my case ... Im only seven weeks and my first one... I have kind if a beer gut to begin with lol.. So this should be interesting... My bf thinks i will be fine though.. My mom also told me to take pictures.. :)
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