Hey ladies, so I feel really mean I no u shouldn't but I do. My hubby wanted a bit of fun as we haven't done anything for roughly 2 weeks. I had been trying to do it at least once a week as I think it's only fair.
We tried this afternoon & I really can't get in the mood. I can't feel baby moving, my head fills full of silly thoughts. He could tell something was up, stopped & didnt even stew on it. it was me feeling guilty & apologising, with him saying dont be silly. but i could tell on his face he was a bit disappointed. He's so understanding which makes me feel I should try harder but as its getting closer & closer I just really really don't want it at all.
How are u ladies & ur hubbies dealing with things
Didn't bother me with my first pregnancy but this one totally freaks me out no idea why
I wouldnt be able to say anything in this regard, my hubby as been completely off it, ever since he found out it was a girl.
I think the last time we did it was Easter weekend..... Argh!!
But I make sure to pleasure him, and make sure he is happy!!
On another note, I will be having a C Section on the 4th July, baby is still bridge, and she is BIG, she weighs 2.8kgs now, and they say that by the 4th, she will weigh anything between 3.6kgs and 4kgs.
So now its time to get ready and prepare my mind that she will be here in 3 weeks!!
I'm not sure if our lo is posterior or anterior they said he is head down with his butt like facing my belly button so his head facing my back. But I can tell he is very low down when he moves. Been having a lot of Braxton hicks lately to
Omg Michelle I thought I was only one who felt movement in my butt lol glad to know I'm not alone
Lol yes it's the weirdest thing isn't it?! I usually only can feel it when she hiccups though. Also, when I'm walking sometimes she feels so low it feels like her head might just pop out from the pressure of gravity pushing down on her or something. It's weird.
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