The thing about pregnancy stereotypes is that they are so often true. Pregnant women don't want to admit that the swollen ankles, aching back and crying at the drop of a hat are a reality and not just a rumor — because the truth hurts.Read Full Story
There are a few schools of thought when it comes to pregnant sex. On the one hand, hasn't he already done enough? You're bloated and pregnant and carrying his child, and now he wants you to have sex with him? On the other hand, many people consider the greatest benefit to pregnant sex to be the most obvious — you can't get pregnant.Read Full Story
Before becoming pregnant, I had always been fairly conscious of my body. Blame it on growing up in the '80s when diet fads became popular, or holdovers from an awkward puberty. I was always unsure of my small breasts and big thighs, and would choose larger-sized clothes to cover both aspects up. But once I became pregnant and then eventually gave birth? My whole relationship with my body changed.Read Full Story
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