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I would say sleeping on my stomach and eating meat. I am normally a HUGE meat-eater, and I don't cut that back when I'm pregnant, but the thought of meat the last couple of months really turns me off. My kids keep asking for the same meals we normally have, and I keep trying to steer them into non-meat items. Oddly enough, sausage sounds REALLY good, but pork/beef, not so much...
Sleeping on my stomach. Bbs that don't leak. Having a tiny bit of energy. Being able to take a strong sleeping pill every night. Not being a hormonal mess. Libido actually returning. Not smellling EVERYTHING.
Ooh I miss ice cream! Hopefully this lactose intolerance goes away after baby is born. I am looking forward to DTD without belly in the way, wearing clothes without spandex in them, and being able to laugh without worrying if I am going to pee myself haha
Related to the shallow bf-ing post, I am so looking forward to slimming down again from nursing. I was super skinny a few months after having my son from all the nursing- smallest in YEARS! I'm really hoping to get tiny again and maybe actually keep it off this time.
I'm jealous! I didn't really lose a ton or get back to normal quickly when I nursed with both my girls. Maybe this time I will, I want to stay home and hopefully will exclusively bf.
After reading the posts i say everything! lol I hate the hormones I hate being mad at everything or getting super upset over everything, it takes a tole on me and my partner! I want to not be so tired when I move around! I can't wait to have her and be able to put clothes on her haha and having my family respect me a bit more.
How about, not crying every time I talk to my son's kindergarten teacher? Embarrassing. I'm sure she understands. She has three kids, too. I wanted to give her a heads up the other day that Charlie was kind of having a hard day, and I totally started crying! It wasn't even a big deal... just enough that I felt like she might wonder what was up with him that day if I didn't tell her.
I'm with everyone about the sleeping on my belly, and I can NOT wait to enjoy a margarita on the rocks!!! I'm also looking forward to less awkward "business time", at least we still enjoy it, but I feel limited and am usually more involed.