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    Thanks ladies!!

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    Every pregnancy I've been to a concert or two and quite heavily pregnant at some. I found the babies loved the bass and vibration on my chest/stomach and would give me little kicks etc!

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    I haven't, but I wouldn't let being pregnant stop me if I had tickets or wanted to go to something (or could afford it LOL!)

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    I went at 6 months pregnant, it was general admission, no seats! After waiting outside for a good 2 or so hrs to get close to the front .. Ended up on the floor for most of it, not comfortale at all!

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    I went to two concerts (one standing, one sitting) and a festival when I was pregnant with my first

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    I went to disturbed when I was 12 weeks (exactly) I was worried but it was fine. I made sure we had seats and we sat outside for the opening acts as they sucked anyway. Enjoy SOAD. Wish I could go!

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    I saw Pink twice when pregnant with DS. First at 14 weeks and the seconds at 30 weeks. At 14 weeks I went with my friend who was 28 weeks pregnant and we were both fine. Afterwards I was exhausted as I had to get up early and catch a 6.45 am flight back to Canberra and then work all day because work refused to give me the next day off but otherwise no hassle.

    At 30 weeks it was fine, I really enjoyed it and DS went insane with kicking etc.

    When DS was born and really ratty, or we were in the car and he'd had enough we'd put on Pink's Funhouse and he'd calm right down. Even at 2 he still loves Pink (but we limit him to it now due to the language in her lyrics).

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    I think so long as you take it easy and stay hydrated and out of the mosh lol You should be fine. My husband plays in a heavy metal band and so music is a big part of our lives so I think it just comes down to taking care while you are there.

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    Both are general admission standing tickets- but I'll stay towards the back!

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    Quote Originally Posted by madjedjjlill View Post
    Taking my girls to see Taylor swift next month I will be 6months
    Me too! Just the one DD though, Ill also be around 6 months

    I went to Cold Chisel when I was about 10 weeks with this bub

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