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    Default Re: Can I really not have a bath?

    I ended each long say of my pregnancy with a bath! and yes lol I had to get hubby tp help me out when I was bigger ... there's no issue with bathing as long as you don't have it super hot

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    Wise Enough, I can't stop laughing, best funny of the morning, the turtle picture from Shoopfus helps me laugh a little more too LOL

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    lol there was several times in my last tri when I was like a beached whale I had to yell out to DH to help me out the bath as I was stuck

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    OK so I best enjoy some warm baths now whilst I still can and try avoid the beached bath whale stage then LOL.

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    I would not cope with pregnancy at all if I couldn't have baths, they are my main source of pain relief and relaxation.
    Go have a bath!

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    Its amazing how many things we are told NOT to do, that are actual safe if you just rub some brain cells together!

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    OK so I best enjoy some warm baths now whilst I still can and try avoid the beached bath whale stage then LOL.

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    Default Can I really not have a bath?

    Your so lucky! I don't have a bath and my bathroom is too small to have one put in! All I want to do is have a nice long soak and relax!


 

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