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On to my pregnancy babble — I just want to share how I absolutely lay both my hands down to all moms who continue working while they are pregnant. I know some of them who work until they’re on their 8th and a half month, just about to pop and are still doing the 9-5 like the usual. I’ve stopped working (resigned from work) ever since my 3rd month because at that time, I had the worst morning sickness that I just couldn’t get out of bed and function properly. But by the time I hit my 4th month which was right smack my wedding week, thank goodness the morning woes were gone. 5th month onward, I’ve been getting my energy back and felt like I could have carried on working. I wasn’t queasy nor nauseous, it was what they called the pregnant woman’s honeymoon stage. I had been doing normal things, moving quick as a bullet, as if I wasn’t pregnant at all! But lo and behold, 7th month (third trimester) came knocking at the door and brought it with it some nasty friends. In a span of two-three weeks, my belly doubled in size making me feel the dreaded backaches that sometimes, when I stand up, I couldn’t pull my back straight at all! Not only that, as baby grew double in my uterus, this resulted in the pushing of my stomach further up into where my lungs are located making the lungs homeless and leaving me short of breath all the time. Climbing up 8 steps of stairs feels like running a marathon! For all the aching pains — I thank my dear darling husband Enzo who’s there for me all the time, ready to catch me when my knees are wigging out while walking, armed with his able hands to massage the tingling muscles in my back or shoulders and just there to hug me when I feel so weak and hopeless through these aching days. Funny though, we’ve noticed he also suffers from the same pains and aches that I do sometimes. I didn’t think that husbands suffering the same symptoms as the wife were true but there were indeed some moments he felt the same things I felt. Like during the first trimester, he also felt a bit of nausea and vomiting (although not as severe as mine). To other moms out there, did your husbands experience this too? Haha! Or is it all in our heads? In the remaining two months, I’m preparing myself for THE DAY. Giving birth is one of the most painful yet most satisfying things in this world and as each day brings me a step closer to it, I’m getting more and more anxious! Hearing about others moms’ experiences are very inspiring yet at the same time traumatizing! All they have to say is be prepared because you never know where your pregnancy will go during that day! So to that I can only say — BRING IT ON!
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