Mine was there then around 20 weeks it disappeared I'm
Hoping it comes back I miss the butterflies and tingles!!
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17-03-2013 15:18 #11
17-03-2013 15:19 #12
The good: Knowing that every day increases the chances by one day of having a healthy bub to take home. The kicks (but not the stretches so much - I had a head sticking out my my side the other night ). The fact that I'm coping better emotionally than with DD which seems to have the side effect of making DH totally loved up and very sweet. Or that could be because of the s3x drive (another who's changed for the better) - so good after zero drive for the first half to finally have it kick in, just completely impractical though!! My skin and scalp are much less greasy than normal so I only have to wash my hair about twice a week - even in the heat!
The bad: The saggy boobs - I was so happy that they returned to 95% of their former perk after BFing DD but alas, they're back to swinging now! I would also be happy if I had leaky boobs as I would take it as a good sign that I might not have supply issues this time around. The leg cramps, aches, poor sleep etc.
The ugly: I think the BO is not too bad, but my feet smell! I'm living in thongs at the moment but even so they are peee-ew!
17-03-2013 15:30 #13
The good: It's nearly over! Just kidding. I'm carrying a lot less weight this pregnancy so I actually kind of like how I look and enjoy the fact that people can look at me and there's no doubt that I'm pregnant, not just porky.
The bad: This baby is DETERMINED to break my ribs! I'm not kidding, at least once a day he drags his feet over my ribs until they pop out from underneath. SO painful.
The lack of sleep. I'm probably getting as much sleep now as I will when he's out in the world because he's so strong that he wobbles me while kicking me at night.
The ugly: The discharge. I mean really, do I honestly have to change my underwear twice a day? Can we not just stop leaking for a while? It's pretty gross.
17-03-2013 16:19 #14
So glad I started this thread, you ladies are making me feel much better to know I am not alone lol.
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18-03-2013 07:59 #15Junior Member
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The good: The feeling of my baby girl moving and the smile my darling husband get on his face when he can feel her move and see her beat my tummy up.
The Bad: Lack of Sex Drive, being so exhausted AND EVEN WORSE NOT BEING ABLE TO CONSENTRATE ( I have never know my brain to dart through different things so much)
The Ugly: Discharge, The odd pimple breakout (whenever I am meant to be due for my period I still get the ugly pimples here and there)
The changes of my vagina and nipples :-(
18-03-2013 08:28 #16
The good: increased sex drive! Weird I know but DH is loving it! The fact that its nearly time to meet our newest girl. Braxton hicks is kinda cool cause I never got them with DD1.
The bad: shortness of breath all time, the constant weeing, the sleepless nights, not being able to get comfortable, indigestion not matter what I eat
The ugly: yep discharge ugh and BO. Waking up vomiting into my mouth from indigestion :-( it's so gross, like my stomach just over flows even though I haven't eaten for hours
18-03-2013 08:59 #17
The good: feeling him kick and wriggle around; nearly being on the home stretch to meeting him; seeing how DH has bonded with him even though he's still in my belly; seeing family and friends happy and excited; loving DH so much right now I could burst!!
The bad: lack of sex drive - mine went into overdrive in first trimester then slowly dropped off in second.
The ugly: bad skin; discharge; tiredness; back pain.
18-03-2013 23:49 #18
The good: making a baby
The bad: not fitting in my regular classy clothes
The ugly: had some really painful haemorrhoids but now they are gone, not much to complain about
21-03-2013 12:13 #19
After last nights lack of sleep I feel compelled to add 'heartburn' to my 'bad' list.
21-03-2013 17:48 #20
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