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DELETED ThatsAlotaNuts Australia 2353 posts
status 23rd Mar '13

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Red Bottom 2 kids; Middelfart, Denmark 15275 posts
23rd Mar '13

Just understand that that's your attitude and people aren't being rude or intending to be rude. You're miserable so you're perceiving things differently than you normally would.

::1st:: Time Mommy 1 child; Sumner, Washington 255 posts
23rd Mar '13

I know how you feel i was 32 weeks with DS and people were shocked that i still had 8 more weeks (plus i went 15 days PAST my due date!) it sucks. I have a few freinds having babies right now and thats the one thing i try NOT t say just because I remember how much it annoyed me! Just a few more weeks and your sweet baby will be here. Hang in there!

Mommy2Kay 1 child; Florida 4223 posts
23rd Mar '13

I went into preterm labor at 26 weeks and ever since then my son had dropped. It was painful to do anything, I couldn't put my shoes from that point. I wasn't even huge, I was quite tiny. Every time I had doctors come in to check me they would ask me if I had already given birth because they couldn't see my belly.

ThatsAlotaNuts Australia 2353 posts
status 23rd Mar '13

I just feel like crying when I walk even 1 step. She is so low the pain is becoming unbearable.

624582 Neilton, Washington 9312 posts
23rd Mar '13

It's annoying, especially when you're in pain, but just know that people mean well. Pregnancy just makes people happy, even strangers.



When DH and I were at the mall in December (years ago when I was pregnant) I had a few people stop me to ask if I was having a Christmas baby. When I told them more like a Valentine's Day baby they were convinced I was having twins or that there was no possible way I'd make it that long.



By the time I was 20 weeks the pain started and it got worse as the weeks passed. I had so much pressure by 32 weeks that I felt like he was going to fall out of me. My back hurt so bad, I could hardly lift my legs at times. Stepping into the shower, getting out of bed, getting dress, it was all a struggle. 8 more weeks, mama!