Rather than moan about my awful and painful night with SPD
I thought I'd tell you all how bloomin fab you all are.
With the rubbish weather, lack of mobility, sleepless nights, kicks and pokes, heartburn, and all the rest.... don't forget that you're responsible for getting your LO through 9 months of healthy growth
And supporting other women when they feel rotten.
Thanks for everyone who's offered me advice and support and a very Merry Christmas to everyone
Very sweet of you to think of others honey! Personally I've been b*tching at work about my crappy night enduring SPD last night! At least it means I'm in a better mood now home again and none of you ladies need to hear it.
Lol, I know, I am great but thanks for recognising it, lol. Sorry but what a lovely thread there are times I would not have kept my sanity if it were not for u guys. Some are great with advise some you read because u know no matter how poo you feel they will cheer u up and some it makes u feel good to help someone else. So, I know I am great but u guys are too!
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