I have been keeping a little list of my pregnancy-isms in the notes section of my phone. I thought you might enjoy reading about some of the funnies that have been going on in my 25-weeks of pregnancy so far. I hope some of you can relate!
YOU KNOW YOUR PREGNANT WHEN…
You are so hungry you could eat your arm off and you would totally be ok with that. Pregnancy hunger is no joke.
You don’t leave home without at least
one five snacks in your purse. Almonds, anyone?
You consider buying stock in organic prune juice.
The thermostat says 68 but it feels like 86.
You start ugly crying for no reason. Actually, last time I ugly cried was on our way Up North for the 4th of July weekend and it was for good reason; I thought I ordered a veggie unwich at Jimmy John’s and twenty minutes later when I opened my unwich in the car I realized I ordered the Beach Club, which has turkey on it. These are real problems, people.
You look down and can no longer see your feet.
Your new hangout is Babies R Us. I don’t know if it is a good or a bad thing that the employees are starting to know my name.
You find yourself up until 1 am in the morning adding and subtracting the same item to and from your registry multiple times. Who does this?
You have a new night routine that includes a 3 am trip to the bathroom.
You have identified every clean public restroom within a 30-mile radius of home.
You wait and wait and wait to succumb to maternity clothes and then you realize how comfortable they are–you could kick yourself for not wearing them earlier.
You feel like it’s Christmas (insert your 5-year-old self) when your friends loan you maternity clothes. Literally, the best. Thank you Carrie and Katy – you girls are lifesavers.
You make bets with your husband on when your innie is going to turn into an outtie. We are getting close, folks.
Your husband has perfected the juiciest well-done grass-fed burger you have ever eaten. Thank you, Cody.
You have so much joy in your heart you happy cry… daily.
You now understand how honest your mom was being when she told you she loved you before you were even born.
What am I missing, ladies? Comment below if you have anything to add. 🙂 I would love to read about your pregnancy-isms!