Bon Jovi Concert

Discussion in 'Pregnancy - Third Trimester' started by Mummytofour, Jun 2, 2011.

  1. Mummytofour

    Mummytofour Mumtofive! BFing WTT!

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    Okay....I really want to go to see them at Murrayfield in Edinburgh on 22 June as the last time I saw them was in 1991 when I was 21!:thumbup:

    The problem is I will be 39 weeks pregnant and DH thinks I'm risking it and basically taking the mick!:growlmad:

    Groupon have a half price ticket offer on so £50 tickets are only £25 with no booking fees. It just seems too good to miss!!:thumbup:

    What would you do? I am going to Edinburgh to deliver anyhow, so I could always take my notes just in case!:haha:

    Help me make my mind up please as I need to know if I'm being stupid even thinking of going!:dohh:
     
  2. Lettuce

    Lettuce Getting better at this...

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    Well, I still feel good-I could prob go to a concert in Edinburgh tonight if I had too! :) ah just take your stuff and go... :winkwink: xx
     
  3. Laws2008

    Laws2008 Well-Known Member

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    It's a little bit different but I went to a gig last week at just under 36 weeks pregnant and I was fine. I even stood up (just towards the back so my bump didn't get crushed!) A lot of people were criticising me, but the baby was totally normal all the way through the concert. I think if she started moving differently or it felt like she was in distress, I would've just left the concert.

    If you get to it and feel like you can't go, just sell your ticket, I'm sure there'll be people lining up to go!
     
  4. PAgal

    PAgal Well-Known Member

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    Tough one!! DH has a good point, you are very close, but if you feel comfortable that you could get out of there in an emergency, I'm sure it would be okay. Is it indoor or outdoor? The crowds always scare me a little indoor but maybe I'm just beinig overprotective of my bump:)

    At least you'd have a good story to tell LO one day when s/he grows up!
     
  5. Anderson8

    Anderson8 Well-Known Member

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    i saw this offer too and sent it to my hubby!
    il only be 35 weeks then but ive decided not to go, ive seen them 3 times already and im scared of being jostled in the crowd
     
  6. bexbexbex

    bexbexbex Well-Known Member

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    Hey! Im going to that concert!! :)
    Did you decide to go? :)
    x
     
  7. leahsbabybump

    leahsbabybump Mummy to 3

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    get yor self off and enjoy ya self god only knows the next time you will be able to let your hair down like you say you are delivering at edinburgh anyway so if anything happens your allready there lol
    i think taking ur notes is a good idea but let ya hair down hun enjoy ya self tell him to stop being borning lol its not like you gunna be stuk in the middle of the countryside alone with no fone or money etc lol xx
     

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