Wow. I have to say after being pregnant 3 times, that the shittiest part of all is the 1 st trimester. The worry, the horrible sickness, food aversions, sleepiness, moodiness etc... Oh! And having zero bump doesn't make it fun at all. I can't wait to be outta here, that's when the real fun begins! Roll on second trimester! Whose with me??
im sick of all of the worrying....i had a m/c @ 10 weeks when my son was 7 months old. now that im preg again i am worrying at every little thing - actually wanting to feel sick to know that everything is okay :/
I'm so glad you said this I thought I was being a real wuss This is my 3rd pregnancy after 2 miscarriages and my symptoms have been much stronger this time which I've been taking as a good sign. But yeah, I am really hoping I get to have a 'glowy' 2nd tri
I'm so with you! This is my third pregnancy (hopefully second baby) and MAN first tri drags! I feel like I've been feeling nauseous forever, and I'm only just over 5 weeks! Not being able to tell anyone doesn't help either. I HATE waiting.
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