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Legendary 2 kids; Beverly Hills, California 59667 posts
30th Oct '12
Quoting Jade Amy Hawkes:" sorry probably sounded a bit strange i did comment earlier too, it probably wouldve made more sense if ... [snip!] ... point across that im doing both those things but for completely diffent reasons, out of context it does look pretty stupid :/"


Oh haha, okay yeah I hear ya.

Riley+Abby 2 kids; Toronto, Ontario 2423 posts
30th Oct '12

As a pregnant mother:



I hate it when first time pregnant mothers feel the need to compare their bump to mine. Our their ultrasounds in comparison to mine. Or their nursery in comparison to mine.



I also hate when other pregnant mothers blame everything on hormones.

Mama Lizzy :] 1 child; Texas 5575 posts
30th Oct '12

I haven't been around enough pregnant ladies to develop a hate haha.



But I was psycho about Food/drugs when pregnant....I'm damn sure I had pregnancy induced OCD and I drove my fiance nuts

Grniz 2 kids; Illinois 45669 posts
30th Oct '12

I dont know if it was said I didn't look
had to go to the eye doctor
but I also dislike when pregnant single to be moms say "how I'mgonna work go to school take careof my baby and be f**king amazing and life will be perfect "
I felt the same I am doing what I said workign, school single mom
but lifes not amazing life is f**king hard.
just caue it's happy go lucky while pregnant and single doesn't mean it stays that way once baby gets here.

Jade Amy Hawkes Due March 6; Spalding, United Kingdom 118 posts
30th Oct '12
Quoting Kayla [:)]♥:" I hate when pregnant women b***h about their "deadbeat baby daddy"... I hate when pregnant women judge other pregnant women... Especially over something as stupid as what they drink/eat."


some people have a reason to b***h

Mara Due September 27 (girl); 2 kids; San Francisco, California 38964 posts
30th Oct '12
Quoting Legendary Amanda:" Here's a thread stemming from this one http://forum.baby-gaga.com/about2364797.html What do you dislike ... [snip!] ... kinda mom" because they have no f**king clue what kinda mom they will be on the fifth day home from the hospital on zero sleep."


become self-righteous and think they're somehow angels simply b/c they're carrying a tiny human in them.



it's really only on FB that i see this -- from our pregnancy app. like yesterday, i posted this photo on our FB app page:



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and people were all upset about it... like, i'd offended them and done something wrong.seriously?? it's halloween people!

Back to Noob Status Ohio 14048 posts
30th Oct '12
Quoting Mara:" become self-righteous and think they're somehow angels simply b/c they're carrying a tiny human in them. ... [snip!] ... and people were all upset about it... like, i'd offended them and done something wrong.seriously?? it's halloween people!"


:shock:



That definitely scared the shit out of me!

Mara Due September 27 (girl); 2 kids; San Francisco, California 38964 posts
30th Oct '12
Quoting Back to Noob Status:" :shock: That definitely scared the shit out of me!"


really?!



i feel like it's ... i dunno, the thing to do these days!

Back to Noob Status Ohio 14048 posts
30th Oct '12
Quoting Mara:" really?! i feel like it's ... i dunno, the thing to do these days!"


Lol.



I don't think it is offensive though. I can't believe people are getting upset over that!

Riley+Abby 2 kids; Toronto, Ontario 2423 posts
30th Oct '12
Quoting Mara:" really?! i feel like it's ... i dunno, the thing to do these days!"


Dude...it took me 25 minutes to figure out what was wrong with it! And then I saw the arms...



Major, major pregnancy brain. I don't think it's offensive though.

Jae- DJ Jordyn & Cams Mom 3 kids; San Diego, California 5928 posts
30th Oct '12

<blockquote><b>Quoting Mara:</b>" become self-righteous and think they're somehow angels simply b/c they're carrying a tiny human in them. ... [snip!] ... and people were all upset about it... like, i'd offended them and done something wrong.seriously?? it's halloween people!"</blockquote>




I soo wanna do this but DS who will be 4 in two weeks had a shit fit and cried over it- so guess I'm not gonna do it :( he scared of pretty much everything...

Mara Due September 27 (girl); 2 kids; San Francisco, California 38964 posts
30th Oct '12
Quoting Jae=Devin & Jordyns Mommy:" <blockquote><b>Quoting Mara:</b>" become self-righteous and think they're somehow ... [snip!] ... will be 4 in two weeks had a shit fit and cried over it- so guess I'm not gonna do it :( he scared of pretty much everything..."


max wants nothing to do w/ halloween this year. he's excited to pass out candy to the kids though.



strange boy, he is.

Emmiboo 1 child; United Kingdom 3270 posts
30th Oct '12

I hate it when mommas try to out-do each other with their labour stories. Like theirs was the worst labour ever and no-one could go through more pain than they did. Well pain is suggestive and depends on the pain threshold of the person experiencing it so no-one can ever really know how much pain another person is/was in. My best friend had a few complications during her labour, her husband insists her labour was more painful than anyone else's. My reply to that was "Her labour was more dangerous, complicated, scary, emotionally painful but possibly no more physically painful than any other woman's labour because you can't measure someone's physical pain. I am glad my labour had no complications but that doesn't mean it was any less painful or that it was a breeze"
Also I hate it when people look down on women who had pain relief during labour. I had none but my god I was begging for an epidural but it was too late, baby was coming by the time I decided natural wasn't for me. Next time I will not leave it that late for sure. No shame using the drugs that some scientist worked many hours to make so we can birth easier!
While we're at it I hate it when pregnant women who are about 4 or 5 weeks pregnant and have only just found out they're pregnant suddenly start complaining about the baby kicking their ribs, the huge movements they feel, the lack of room around the lungs making them breathless. WOMAN LAST WEEK YOU DIDN'T EVEN KNOW YOU WERE PREGNANT AND ALL OF A SUDDEN YOU'RE MASSIVELY UNCOMFORTABLE!?!? Oh no, now I got my big, shouty capitals out :shock:

O ♥ G 2 kids; Pride, Louisiana 10723 posts
30th Oct '12

Oh oh!!!! I forgot one!



The same girl who said that she wasn't going to the hospital until her water broke bc she was tired of being sent home for false labor (who might I add also aske to be induced at 38 weeks....no medical reason, just that she's impatient), she also said in a conversation with me about labor pain and contractions,"Well usually the pain is not unbearable unless your water breaks so yeah..." PLEASE tell me how you are an expert in labor pains since you have NEVER f**king been in labor!!!!!!! b***h my water didn't break so I wouldn't know, but I DO know that back labor is f**king intense and after many hours can be unbearable!



I wanted to call her a dumbass so bad!