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I am 30 weeks and I still worry every day I worry if he hasn't moved in a couple of minutes and I worry if he is always moving This is my last pregnancy and I wanted to enjoy every minute of it, but with having so many losses it makes it impossible Am I the only one that feels like this?
Never!! lol Seriously I have discovered that since we see those 2 beautiful pink lines on a test we never stop worrying. I think that the worries change but they are always there. Its just a part of motherhood! I think once they are crying in our arms that we will finally feel a little better, but then we will start to worry about something else. I wish it could be easy, but after having a loss or several losses its hard to totally enjoy the pregnancy. You are not alone in feeling this way though. I think we are enjoying our pregnancy, but we are also very cautious. Thats what makes us good mommies!
Thank you Mistyx5 for my siggy.
I am also very worried also..It makes it hard to enjoy the pregnancy but I just keep on trying to have faith..Comes with motherhood i guess..Everytime one of my girls becomes sick or fever i am worried..I have to say it was alot worse with my first daughter i am getting better..Practice i guess..Big hugs to you, your not alone...
I don't think I will ever stop worrying, and that means when he gets here too! I already am paranoid about things that can happen as small babies. I am going to be a worrywort mom, I can already tell.....
Seriously, I have to convince myself that this is going to have a happy ending, and that I am going to be holding a baby come this December. I get scared all the time. The other day, I started to get worried that I had bent over for too long in the shower shaving my legs, and somehow hurt the baby.
I don't know if it is because of the losses or because I am a natural worrier, or maybe it is the perfect storm with a mix of the two.....
I hope it gets easier for you though....HUGS!
Angels in Heavan. Helena May, June 28, 2007 & Alexander Michael, October 11, 2007