I have done a post on the things I loved about being pregnant (which you can read here) so I figured it’s only right that I write some things that I disliked about being pregnant, which was actually so much easier to write than the things I loved.
So I managed to write up a few things I disliked about being pregnant a lot easier than things I loved, which really should have been the other way around, but any who, here we are and these are the things that I loved about being pregnant.
This post has been a blank page on my laptop for quite a while now, I have thought about writing this post many times, even what would I write in this post or what wouldn’t I write. Every time I think about sitting down and writing this up I can’t help but come to tears, it’s a very emotional subject for me to talk about. There is so much you don’t know about Down syndrome, heck there is still so much that I myself don’t know. I’m not here to tell you everything you need to know, I’m only 4 months in and I’m just taking it day by day. I have figured that I don’t really know enough to be educating anyone on Down syndrome so I’m just going to document my story and my feelings.
So keep reading if you’re at all interested in reading about my story.
So here we are, week 40 +1
Nothing is ever simple and its been a long time getting here. It has felt like I’ve been pregnant for forever, and it drove me crazy people always saying “hasn’t it flown by” or “not long left now” – no it hasn’t flown by at all and there is so much time left – but all that is for a post another day.
Evening all, Hope you’re all having a lovely week so far. Firstly, happy due date to my little girl, she arrived early but today is her official due date.
Back again with another pregnancy post. I have to say I think this trimester is the one that felt the longest, it just felt never ending, although I was starting to get my energy back and thankfully didn’t need to nap every day.