So I am 27 weeks and feel like its all going to be over with so soon now! (Maybe that's wishful thinking lol) So rather than think about how yukky my indigestion is, or how I'm sick of having to go to the loo so much, or how tired I am, I want to cherish this time before it ends!
So it got me thinking - What are some fun things that you can do only whilst pregnant??
These are only small ones really -
I thought about the maltesers thing, like on the ad where the baby kicks the malteser off the belly lol (I haven't tried this yet, I don't think I am quite far enough!).
I film bubs kicking me all the time and we have been taking pics every month of the profile of my bump.
We also lay in bed every night with hubbys hand on my belly to feel baby kicking together.
We are going to do a maternity shoot within the next month (hubby used to do photography so has alot of professional equipment - yay!)
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22-06-2012 11:13 #1
Fun things you can do only whilst pregnant
22-06-2012 11:48 #2
I got my belly painted!
22-06-2012 12:38 #3
WHile I was preg with my 2nd I got my first to draw on me with charcoal while BBQ. We were both black belly included...DH totaly loved it and and took a couple a great shots.
23-06-2012 05:03 #4
You can do a plaster mould of your belly... I've seen this in tv.
23-06-2012 08:20 #5
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23-06-2012 08:40 #6
You can blithely laugh off any and all stuff ups as being related to "pregnancy brain". Works a treat. Oh, and it's a great excuse to devour chocolate like never before .... So long as you are happy to have to stiff the weight post-delivery.
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23-06-2012 08:44 #7
scare the crap out of passerbys grabbing your belly and moaning in pain.
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23-06-2012 10:05 #8
When people ask "oh when are you due?" or " do you know if it's a boy or a girl?" stare at them blankly and say ummm I'm not pregnant.... I love the look on there faces lol
23-06-2012 11:30 #9
I find it really handy to rest my bowl of food on my belly when watching TV!
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