"I am 61/2 months pregnant and finding myself with a lot of back pain. It's getting to the point where I am barely able to stand for more than ten minutes at a time because any longer than that I start hurting pretty bad which is making i..."
Haha too cute. When my hubby and I started dating (he was my first and only boyfriend) I was PANICKED when we started fooling around and he took my clothes off. I had it stuck in my head that my entire life, I would never have anyone see me naked. Sex would only happen in total darkness. :P funny how things change. The last couple months of my pregnancy I met a guy who came right out an told me he thought I was gorgeous and if we were single, I would be hard pressed to get rid of him. With him saying that, my confidence went up and I ended up going skinny dipping with him and his wife and a bunch of other people. REALLY gave me a confidence boost. Though I still dont like what I see (now after baby anyway) but I plan on changing that once Im fully healed and good to run again.
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