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You know you're pregnant when...

...you start using the handicap stall only because there is more room to turn your caboose around in there.
...your husband makes a comment about the possibility of your dog dying on his upcoming mountain trip and you break down into sobs because you can't handle the thought.

...so in turn your husband feels bad and gives you a foot massage.

...you realize this pregnancy has been really good to you...until the outside temperatures reach 103 degrees.

...your hands are constantly rubbing your stomach.

...public transportation makes you sweat and fearful of a puke session every time you're on it.

...anytime you sit on the floor to snuggle with the dog, standing up is met with great hardship.

...you can no longer see your lady bits.

...you buy pantyhose like biker shorts to keep your thighs from rubbing together under maxi dresses (this one is straight up depressing)
...you take a labor and delivery class with your husband and decided 100% epidural all the way. Ain't nobody got time for pain! (However to each their own!)

...you decide now is as good a time as ever to lop off some hair at the salon.
....you realize that while this has been a great pregnancy you wouldn't mind if she showed up a week or two early.

29 comments

  1. omg that pic of brittany... SO sad. dont go too short k ;) xo jillian - cornflake dreams

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  2. Bahaha that first one!! Too funny!

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  3. Haha these all made me laugh out loud. The girl who is orienting me at my new job is pregnant so I hear all about her hardships. She's 43 and it's her first one so be thankful you're young and going through it all!

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  4. haha love the Step Brothers quote. So not looking forward to the thighs rubbing together, at least they have something to help a pregnant girl out! Totally with you on the epidural, my aunt is an OB nurse and always tells me girls are too uptight about that because it doesn't have any effect on the babe!

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  5. Yeah I walked in with the thought, give me the epidural. I actually didn't need it until I was 4-4.5 cm. But I was so glad I got it, it made the whole giving birth thing a lot easier. While I was in labor, the woman next to me didn't get an epidural, and made it sound like she was dying, not exactly the best motivator for giving birth.

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  6. This is such a fun post! One I'm sure to look back on once my time comes! Yikes for 103!

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  7. OH the joys of pregnancy!!! You've made it look so good though! Enjoy the last couple months!!

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  8. This is too funny...my biggest fear is the morning/noon/night sickness while at work and on the train!! Yikes!! Summer heat is not fun when you're not with child - so with one is double the non-fun...not a word I know!! Almost there girl!! xo

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  9. This had me simultaneously laughing and trembling in fear.

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  10. Haha! One of my best friends just went into labor this morning and I know she was feeling all of these and is super excited her little ladybug showed up 2 weeks early ;)

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  11. This is great!! I would be the same if my husband made any kind of comment about my dog like that!! Here's to hoping she comes just a wee bit early! ;-)

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  12. If you cut your BEAUTIFUL hair I myself will die. Just a trim, ok? Love your brutal honesty here. It is all so true!! Poor you and baby Pres in 103 temps. And public transportation.

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  13. if it makes you feel better i wear my nike pro spandex under my dresses for the same reason and i am not even preggers

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  14. Hahaha epidural ALL THE WAY!! Good for the moms who choose the natural way, but I'm a HUGE baby when it comes to pain, and I am all for the epidural. But knowing my luck, my baby will come wayyy too fast for me to even get that dang shot!

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  15. Hahahaha!!! I love those sessy spanx ;) Baby will be here before you know it and then you will miss rubbin your belly all the time.

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  16. I can't handle public transportation on a good day, I don't know how you're doing it!! And I'm not even pregnant but already know an epidural will be happening.. why go through pain when you don't have to?!

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  17. Yes, yes, yes to it all!!! I remember those days!!!! You're almost there and you looks great btw!

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  18. Oh yay - fun stuff to look forward to hah. I know it's all worth it, but when you're SO close to baby coming, who doesn't want it to be over!?

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  19. Oh man -- those compression biker tights do notttt sound fun. And I woulda probably kicked my husband in his goods if he'd mentioned the possibility of a pet dying while I was preggo! (Or, probably even while I'm not.)

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  20. You're so cute! I can't believe you're so far along! I may need to wait 10 years to have a baby after hearing about all the "joys" of pregnancy... At least you get a reward at the end!

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  21. Hahaha oh my gosh, thank for you the laugh! The upside to the dog comment is at least you got a foot massage out of it! :)

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  22. So true. All of it. I lived in maxi dresses with spanx last summer- nothing worse than your thighs rubbing together!! You're getting so close but getting through the heat is so hard- hang in there.

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  23. Awww! And the CRAZIEST thing is that sometime after baby arrives, you'll actually miss being pregnant! lol!

    xx Viv at JoieDeViv

    P.S. I got your message about the comment thing. Not quite sure how to fix/change that?

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  24. Love this list and especially the spanx photo which is so sexy!! It's so true that in the hot summer months we need that protection to keep the legs from rubbing!!

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  25. These are hilarious. Don't feel bad about crying about your dog...I do it more frequently than I care to admit when I think about the day that he is no longer with me. Ok, I've got to stop talking about it now before I start to cry! haha

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  26. This post cracked me up ... so true. I have recently adopted laughing that turns into sobbing. My poor husband can't keep up. It's almost over ... then we'll have whole new set of issues!

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  27. I am totally stealing this idea for a post hahaha I also just bought those panty hose to keep my thighs from rubbing together. DEPRESSING.

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