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    bunkx is offline Being happy doesn't mean that everything is perfect. It means that you've decided to look beyond the imperfections
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    Being able to eat whatever

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    Feeling normal iykwim!

    Feeling like my energetic, happy self

    I remember last time during the first and last part of pregnancy I was sick, tired, sore, couldn't really go out for dinner/parties/movies much, went to bed early, very emotional etc Now I can basically do what I please...hooray!

    (but still hoping for my BFP )

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    Quote Originally Posted by becandabub View Post
    Not aching & paining everywhere, not needing to pee every 5 minutes, being able to eat a rare steak, being able to use an electric blanket, being able to DTD in any position you fancy, being able to sleep properly any way you like, being able to roll over in bed, being able to snuggle up to your DP without a huge melon in the way, no sore boobs, being able to have a hot bath/shower without worrying about overheating the baby, in fact no need to worry at all - no kick counting, no freaking out when you realise a foot in your ribs didn't wake you overnight.

    Need me to go on?! GL & babydust guys. x
    You've said it all so well

    But I'll add, spewing for 8 months every single day is not something I will ever miss.

    Good luck ladies

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    If you get sick you can take what every meds u want!

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    Oh here's another one, dp can't make jokes after dtd about "poking" the baby in the head lol

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    •Being able to drink.
    • Feeling comfortable.
    • No aches and pains.
    • You can fit into your jeans.
    • You're not constantly worrying about your unborn baby and wondering how they're going.
    • No labour pains = D

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    Oh and the most important one... You can eat whatever you like!


 

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