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CircleK 1 child; 1 angel baby; Federal Way, WA, United States 10029 posts
7th Jul '12

You can do everything normally unless your doctor says otherwise.

Katie Jepson Due January 19 (boy); 3 kids; Early, Iowa 632 posts
7th Jul '12

<blockquote><b>Quoting ♡Sarah♡ + 2:</b>" I would quit doing everything...I did. I even sent my kid away for the whole pregnancy. Couldnt be bothered with any of it."</blockquote>




Pretty sure you should have stopped at 1 if you're serious. That is just plain old lazy! I worked 3 jobs til 5 weeks before i had my oldest plus all the house work.

Piecey. 3 kids; K-Town, KL, Germany 63075 posts
status 7th Jul '12

<blockquote><b>Quoting Katie Jepson:</b>" <blockquote><b>Quoting ♡Sarah♡ + 2:</b>" I would quit doing everything...I ... [snip!] ... 1 if you're serious. That is just plain old lazy! I worked 3 jobs til 5 weeks before i had my oldest plus all the house work."</blockquote>




lazy?! It's flipping genius...that's what it is.

I mustache you a ? Litchfield, NY, United States 66801 posts
status 7th Jul '12
Quoting Katie Jepson:" <blockquote><b>Quoting ♡Sarah♡ + 2:</b>" I would quit doing everything...I ... [snip!] ... 1 if you're serious. That is just plain old lazy! I worked 3 jobs til 5 weeks before i had my oldest plus all the house work."


Well, aren't you just the bees knees.



I'm following her lead. f**k this.

EnnaBennaBanana Due February 2; 2 kids; Maryland 6195 posts
7th Jul '12
Quoting ShadyAmy:" Hey Girls!! What is your opinion on housework during early pregnancy. I know we all wish that we could ... [snip!] ... do as much as I used to. Did you cut back on house work in fear of hurting your little one or did you continue on as normal?"


It's fine unless your doctor says not too. I'm almost 6 weeks and still do housework. Sometimes my husband does carry up the laundry up the stairs for me though.

user banned Due August 21 (girl); 2 kids; Forks, Washington 66233 posts
7th Jul '12
Quoting Katie Jepson:" <blockquote><b>Quoting ♡Sarah♡ + 2:</b>" I would quit doing everything...I ... [snip!] ... 1 if you're serious. That is just plain old lazy! I worked 3 jobs til 5 weeks before i had my oldest plus all the house work."


are you in charge of her uterus?

Katie Jepson Due January 19 (boy); 3 kids; Early, Iowa 632 posts
7th Jul '12

Are people seriously that lazy?? If you can't handle being pregnant and keeping up with housework, how the hell do you think you'll handle housework and a newborn baby?? I didn't relize pregnancy was a freaking disability that requires you to be waited on hand and foot. If you can't do it simply because you're too lazy, you probably shouldn't have kids. Are you going to dump your responsiblity off on someone after your baby is born, just because you don't feel like dealing with it?

Piecey. 3 kids; K-Town, KL, Germany 63075 posts
status 7th Jul '12

<blockquote><b>Quoting Katie Jepson:</b>" Are people seriously that lazy?? If you can't handle being pregnant and keeping up with housework, how ... [snip!] ... you going to dump your responsiblity off on someone after your baby is born, just because you don't feel like dealing with it?"</blockquote>




To you last question...uh duh! I'd rather get mani pedis than be with my kids or clean my house. Psh.

Katie Jepson Due January 19 (boy); 3 kids; Early, Iowa 632 posts
7th Jul '12

So...did you idiots become fat slobs that lay on the couch all day? I mean, does your dr come to your house so your fat ass doesn't have to even move? If you can't clean, I'd guess you can't be bothered to move either.

user banned Due August 21 (girl); 2 kids; Forks, Washington 66233 posts
7th Jul '12
Quoting Katie Jepson:" Are people seriously that lazy?? If you can't handle being pregnant and keeping up with housework, how ... [snip!] ... you going to dump your responsiblity off on someone after your baby is born, just because you don't feel like dealing with it?"



yes, it is called day care.

Piecey. 3 kids; K-Town, KL, Germany 63075 posts
status 7th Jul '12

Nah I roll out of my pile of chip bags and soda cans once a month to trek to the doctors office....just for my ultrasound though. Who cares about any of that other nonsense. My postpartum visits a midwife will come here so I will be able to just roll out of bed and then back in it when she leaves.

user banned Due August 21 (girl); 2 kids; Forks, Washington 66233 posts
7th Jul '12
Quoting Katie Jepson:" So...did you idiots become fat slobs that lay on the couch all day? I mean, does your dr come to your ... [snip!] ... to your house so your fat ass doesn't have to even move? If you can't clean, I'd guess you can't be bothered to move either."

I was already a fat slob before getting pregnant. This just gave me an excuse.

user banned Due August 21 (girl); 2 kids; Forks, Washington 66233 posts
7th Jul '12
Quoting Pregnant Hitler:" Nah I roll out of my pile of chip bags and soda cans once a month to trek to the doctors office....just ... [snip!] ... My postpartum visits a midwife will come here so I will be able to just roll out of bed and then back in it when she leaves."


I suppose I'd go in for ultra sounds. But thats IT.

Piecey. 3 kids; K-Town, KL, Germany 63075 posts
status 7th Jul '12

<blockquote><b>Quoting CrapBag.:</b>" I suppose I'd go in for ultra sounds. But thats IT."</blockquote>




Yeah if I didn't get an ultrasound at every appointment? No way would I get prenatal care. :)

I mustache you a ? Litchfield, NY, United States 66801 posts
status 7th Jul '12

<blockquote><b>Quoting Katie Jepson:</b>" Are people seriously that lazy?? If you can't handle being pregnant and keeping up with housework, how ... [snip!] ... you going to dump your responsiblity off on someone after your baby is born, just because you don't feel like dealing with it?"</blockquote>




:lol:



Yeah