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    Loved it. I had a really fit, active pregnancy until the day before I birthed my DD. i gotta say - I enjoyed being pregnant more than being a Mum till about 2 weeks ago.

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    On the whole I loved being pregnant, and I have never looked better in my life. I didn't enjoy the stress of early pregnancy (fear of mc), the morning sickness in first and third trimester, and the carpal tunnel and night time leg cramps at the end, but I did actually really love it and I have total belly envy when I see other pregnant women.

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    Yes love it! Except the morning sickness thing.

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    I had no morning sickness and straight forward pregnancies too, and yes I loved my belly and being pregnant BUT I HATE the amount if weight I put in each time and how much I struggle to lose it afterwards so much so that as much as I'd love just one more baby, I'm not going to have another.

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    I like it. At first when I was tired all the time and feeling so much weaker I didn't enjoy it (I was also anxious about something going wrong). Now that I'm feeling movement, buying lots of baby stuff and getting very excited it is a lot better

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