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I'm sure it's too early to even be worrying about this, but I'm afraid of two things: that I'm going to miscarry and that my baby won't be healthy when he/she is born. I just wanted to know if these feelings I'm obsessing over are normal, or if I'm out of my friggin' mind!
I think that worrying about your child is a normal part of being a parent. I am 38 weeks pregnant with my little boy. Its been rocky but he is doing wonderfully. Still though, if he doesn't move around enough, I start to get worried. My husband has to reach over and start playing with my belly until we see him move. I am constantly worried that something will happen. I think its just normal. I am not sure how far along you are but I remember worrying alot in the beginning. When he/she gets bigger and you can feel him or her move inside your belly, it will be much more reassurring. At least it was for me.
Those are very normal things to worry about! I remember being worried about my DD when I was pregnant because I didn't know I was and was taking medication for an infected cold. I had also gone to a theme park and went on roller coasters ! But she was fine... just take you pre natal vitamins and take it easy!(((HUGS)))
Yeah I think I'm about a month pregnant, and during that month was New Year's Eve, and several other drinking nights for me, so I'm just worried I poisoned the baby since I didn't know I was preggers. Plus I smoked a pack a day all during that time, up until the day I found out I was pregnant. It's probably just first time jitters though. Thanks for the support guys!!
when i was pg with dd, i asked my great grandma when you stop worrying so obsessivly about your children and she said she'd let me know when she found out. she never did tell me and has since passed. i wonder if she has quit worrying yet?
Jenny (22), mama to Zoe (3.5) and Selene (5 mo), and fiancee to Dale (22)!