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It doesn't mean that you're an unfit mother. Heck, your pregnancy will be much smoother since you don't worry about that stuff. Also, since you're not stressed about it, it's actually better for your baby.
I think that's wonderful! There's already too much in life to worry about and trust me...you'll worry sooner or later .... all parents do.
I think about my first baby, almost 18 yrs ago, and I was a lot like you. I didn't worry about anything....I was young, healthy, thought I could conquer the world (Im not saying youre like that....but I sure was) so I didn't think anything bad could happen to me...
LOL, of course I was wrong....
It's good not to worry now while you're pregnant. It will only help your baby. You will, at some point, worry eventually...you have the rest of your life for that to happen For now, don't sweat it.
I love my 3 girls and little boy:
Mom to Jessica - 19 yrs old, Amber - 18 yrs old, Sebastian - 2 months
Just because you don't worry about those things doesn't mean you're a bad mom. You may just have found a sense of calmness about things out of your control (miscarriage, still born babies...) which is something most of us aren't nearly lucky enough to find. Why worry about something that's out of your hands right?
I on the other hand was worried sick (and I mean SICK) about miscarriage when I first found out I was preggers. I thought of the baby every single second of the day, and wondered "omg! ARe you still alive in there!!" and prayed all the time that my baby would survive the riskiest part of pregnancy.
When your little one comes, you'll find all sorts of things to worry about, but for now enjoy the fact that you're not a worry wart like the rest of us!