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rollercoasters in early pregnancy ? Ash & Charles = 2+ 1 :) Due March 18; 18 kids; Meaford, Ontario 1045 posts
26th Apr '12

Im about 3weeks, Im taking my daughter to a theme park for her fourth birthday, by the time we go ill be about 5 weeks, im not gonna run and jump on some huge rollercoast , after I had my daughter im terrified of them lol , just wanna know if its safe for kiddie rides like the teapot spinnie ones and.stuff like that ? I havent bin to a theme park in years, I cant wait to see my daughters face when we go, shes never bin to one, so it will be her first time, if its not safe, I dont mind not going on anything, Im just excited for her, but I also wanna enjoy it with her you know ?

user banned Due July 3; 2 kids; Australia 14351 posts
26th Apr '12

Pretty sure kids rides would be fine

☮Sugar Magnolia 1 child; Indiana 18293 posts
26th Apr '12
Quoting Rileys Mom&Dad,PREGNANT:):" Im about 3weeks, Im taking my daughter to a theme park for her fourth birthday, by the time we go ill ... [snip!] ... if its not safe, I dont mind not going on anything, Im just excited for her, but I also wanna enjoy it with her you know ?"


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And plenty of people do it. I think it'd be fine.

Zipo Bibrok [LIVR] 3 kids; Baton Rouge, Louisiana 10565 posts
26th Apr '12

You can ride any ride as long as it doesn't have a warning for pregnant women. I wouldn't spin the teacups though.

Ash & Charles = 2+ 1 :) Due March 18; 18 kids; Meaford, Ontario 1045 posts
26th Apr '12

Sorry, lol im on a phone, yea I wasnt sure about the spinning ones ethier, I just wanted to have some fun with her .

mommytotxa ♡ 2 kids; Kansas 1986 posts
26th Apr '12

I rode childrens rides with my little sister at 12 weeks. I wouldn't recommend anything that spins if you have morning sickness. My face was in the trash can afterward :lol:

Ash & Charles = 2+ 1 :) Due March 18; 18 kids; Meaford, Ontario 1045 posts
26th Apr '12

Oh no lol I hope I dont get it this time around, but I probully will, considering the fact that with my daughter, I threw up the whole pregnancy, 10-20 times a day, no joke lol everything made my stomach turn except fast food lol

mommytotxa ♡ 2 kids; Kansas 1986 posts
26th Apr '12
Quoting Rileys Mom&Dad,PREGNANT:):" Oh no lol I hope I dont get it this time around, but I probully will, considering the fact that with ... [snip!] ... daughter, I threw up the whole pregnancy, 10-20 times a day, no joke lol everything made my stomach turn except fast food lol"


My morning sickness with my morning sickness started at 6 weeks and was several times a day at first, and then once a day until I was 7-8 months. I started feeling nauseous at 5 DPO with this pregnancy, and morning sickness started yesterday. I'm 6 weeks today.

Ash & Charles = 2+ 1 :) Due March 18; 18 kids; Meaford, Ontario 1045 posts
26th Apr '12

Oh no ! , I hope I dont get it that early , ughhh I hated it, my veins in my forehead would burst, and break out like a rash, it sucked lol

Stef ♥Gru41weeks Due June 23; 51 kids; United Kingdom 2095 posts
26th Apr '12

I was about 4/5 months when I went to a theme park in my last pregnancy. I went on all the lil kiddies rides. But didn't go on anything spinny etc. Left that to their dad. We plan to go again this year and all being well I will be pregnant again which makes me sad as I wasn't pregnant when went last year and got to go on some good rides. I love theme park rides. I can't wait until mine are all older and can go on the big rides.

HannahandAubreesmommy 2 kids; casd, ca, United States 1789 posts
26th Apr '12

I would think kiddie rides would be fine. I went with LO and SO when I was about 10 weeks, I rode all the kiddie rides minus the ones that had any restraints that would come down to my stomach.

Ash & Charles = 2+ 1 :) Due March 18; 18 kids; Meaford, Ontario 1045 posts
26th Apr '12

Thats good newd, thanks everyone, im excited to.go now :)