Yeah I know what you mean. I go between being so excited and can't wait to go through it again, to feeling slightly anxious about it all! It is definitely the unpredictability of it all and plus we know what's coming having done it all not so long ago... the anticipation of something that's going to hurt is often worse though! I had a long, drawn out labour with my first that ended with a nasty tear and stitches in theatre. I think that's the bit I'm stressing about the most, is the not wanting to experience the tearing again as I had all sorts of problems with it afterwards and had to have an operation to repair it. So no tearing this time please!!!
Oh no don't get me wrong, I am looking forward to this pregnancy being over. I have terrible back and hip pain, heartburn, can't eat much, tired and lazy all the time, I can't wait to get back to normal and have my baby.
Its just the waiting for it to happen part. And oh god this is gonna hurt
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