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    Default So is it okay for a pregnant woman to have a nap I say yes what do you think?

    So is it ok for a pregnant woman to have a nap?
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    OK??? Mandatory I say! And that goes for Mums in general as well, I'm addicted to my 'nanna naps'

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    Of course!

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    There's disagreement on this??

    Brave people.

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    Absolutely!!! Growing a human is hard work.

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    It is OK for anyone to nap!!

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    Ive had ppl comment on my afternoon hour nap mother of two and third on the way I clean my house and up at 6 to feed spend time and play while cleaning with my children but some ppl think its laziness but I think otherwise the way I see it as long as everything is done I can have a nap with my kids

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    It's much easier to nap with your first pregnancy. But why would anyone say it's not ok to nap when pregnant. I still sometimes need a nana nap now at almost 32 weeks. Growing a whole new human being is hard work!

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    I hope so! I don't think I'd make it through the day without my Nanna nap!

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    Errr, yes.


 

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