Kuddos to the moms . . .
. . . who had bleeding of any type at anytime during their pregnancy & came out with a health baby.
I can't imagine how scary that would be.
. . . who had morning sickness, afternoon sickness, or night time sickness
. . . who had serious migraines
. . . who had constant heart burn and indigestion
. . . who became swollen . . . everywhere
. . . who worked a job where you were on your feet the entire shift
. . . who carried more than one baby
. . . who had to watch what they ate because of gestational diabetes
. . . who couldn't use the restroom if their life depended on it
. . . who carried their baby longer than their due date
. . . who had to go through pregnancy without help or support
You women are
You don't know how much I think of all of you ladies that had to endure any of those things. I have been one of the extremely fortunate women with this pregnancy. My only symptom in the beginning was fatigue and I've only had heartburn two or three times.
But as soon as that 35 week mark hit - I have felt 100% pregnant and the most uncomfortable I have been in my entire life. My pubic bone feels like it's a dried out wishbone that people are pulling on trying to break. I can't sit for more than 30 minutes without getting up and feeling like I have 90 year old hip joints. And who knew that your feet would hurt when they became swollen.
Kingston . . . your mama and your mamas body are ready for you to be here.
All of you women are rockstars who felt pregnant your entire pregnancy - I don't know if I could have done it. We do incredible things by growing humans and it's crazy how we are all affected so differently.