I don't mind it when my mum does it. She does it rarely, anyway. But my dad? I hate it so much. Especially because I only see him for about 20 minutes every, like, 2-4 weeks. He never texts/calls to ask about my pregnancy, and whenever I see him, he uses touching my bump as a substitute for mentioning my pregnancy. Like, he has no interest at all, he just creepily rubs my belly and does a stupid face and doesn't even ask about how I'm feeling or what's going on
For some reason i don't mind when my friends do it , but when my mom does it's just annoying & awkward.! My older sister is the worst tho Lol , we're not really close . but she is always touching my belly & asking if she's kicking , or talking to her in weird baby voices Lol . Ughhhh
I hate when anyone touches my belly but I usually suck it up because I know that they just want to feel him kick. It's a little annoying but I try not to let it get to me. About two days ago my bump really popped and I'm huge now so everyone and their mothers are coming up to me and saying "Oh my you've gotten soooo big" while rubbing my stomach.
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