Pregnancy: May 2015 Babies Community
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I'm 30 weeks along and I hope my little one comes early I'm tired of being pregnant I want my body back this is my first pregnancy I love yo feel him move and see my stomach move but I'm ready and these last 2 months feel like it's going by so slow I'm not due until May 29 is this normal to feel like this????
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Im the same way also due may 29th i want my body back lol
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Due May 28th and this is my 3rd baby. Yes! Even though my body is ruined from my 1st pregnancy this pregnancy has been the worst. It hurts when my baby boy moves and seriously I can sleep and want to sleep every minute. I can't seem to keep my eyes open. And I have crazy heart burn,hip pain,and he is always in my ribs which makes it hard to sit,walk,or sleep. I'm not a happy pregnant mommy right now lol
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Don't wish for your baby to come early because it could happen and having a preemie is no fun and it's very stressful. I had my daughter at 30 weeks & luckily she was healthy and only had to spend 6 weeks in the nicu but it was sad leaving the hospital with no baby. I was scared everytime the hospital would call me. Everyone knows that most of the time being pregnant is not pleasant and yes during the last few weeks it's the worse because you are big and uncomfortable as hell...just deal with it. Your body will be yours to do whatever you please soon enough and I know it's extremely hard to see it change so much but trust me, it all goes back to normal after. My body actually looked better after my daughter. So just try not to stress and try to enjoy it because once your baby is out that's it lol you're not going to get these moments back and everything gets crazy.
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Due May 27th, wishful thinking for me to go early too! :) Baby is crowding my lungs and I can barely tie my shoes.
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