Those nine months with a stork on the road is an experience that no mother can never forget . Inside the womb of a young mom-to- be is a life that feeds into a small corner of her belly. Read this mother ‘s experience during the different stages of her pregnancy.
pregnant woman showing her belly
Mothers are cautious and pray a lot of obligations and prohibitions are suggested to them. But every mother experiences are unique and special . Here’s how it went for Rhea , a new mom .
Month 1 : I do not feel like I’m pregnant. Everything looks normal , but I feel as if there was something in my belly. Tire easily and get an occasional stomach cramps. I started craving for sweets and I just can not stop eating cakes and pastries.
Month 2: I was told that I could have the symptoms of morning sickness, but I do not have any of it . Strong flavors put me off , especially shampoos and perfumes. My nose is sharper and the sense of smell is more acute . I feel sometimes a little ‘ depressed and I feel bloated.
Three 3: I feel nauseous at times, and my stomach seems to have inflated just a little ‘ . I still feel bloated and I feel like I’m full of water. I feel tight everywhere, as I’m filling with air at times . I am depressed at times and just do not fit into my clothes .
Month 4: people started to notice his belly, and I’m being welcomed wherever he goes . I feel great and my skin started glowing . I feel very uncomfortable and I go often. I am happy and very , very hungry . For the first time , I feel like I’m eating for two people, and that makes me happy!
Month 5 : My stomach is really great, and I have no trouble sleeping at night and even more difficult to turn. My bump ‘s now quite large and obvious. I eat like there’s no tomorrow and I love all kinds of foods other than meat ! Want to puke every time I hear the smell of steaks. I’m still very happy, but hungry in the afternoon.
Month 6: I spend hours in front of the mirror and looked at my little baby grow. I’m still hungry , and I began to feel like a walrus baby every time I go around. I have a hard time stopping and moving. Increased travel to my kitchen, and I’m eating so I ‘m shocked. I’m hungry every hour . Now I’m officially addicted to eating chocolates and rich chocolate bars every day.
Month 7: Ok , now I’m pissed. I can not get out of bed with ease, and I can walk . My husband laughs every time he sees me trying to get out of bed , but that pisses me off the most. Every mundane activity has become difficult , and my whole body aches all the time . I am feeling of breath most of the time , and this scares me. But other than that , life is still good.
Month 8: Eight months now are great. And the child really heavy . I can not move a lot and spend most of their time in bed. My body hurts all the time, especially from the rear. My skin is oily and my face is lumpy . I do not feel well, and I think I’m starting to have pimples. Loads of them! Aargh , now I’m pissed.
Month 9: Nine months are big, clumsy and irritable all the time . My acne went from mild to terrible in a week. My face is covered in acne, and so is my back . I want to eat , but I can not because I do not have time ” space sickness ” on the left . I feel tired and panting and just want the baby out of me! Well, I’m still happy though!
And then there was … my baby!