In my first pregnancy I made a similar list once I got to that unbearable, how-much-more-can-I-take stage of late pregnancy, and it really helped me stay positive in those last LONG days. So I thought I'd make a new one this time, since I'm starting to feel fed up, and I invite everyone to do the same!
Things I LIKE about being pregnant (and will miss once there is a little baby here!)
The kind attention - people holding doors, giving up their seats, even giving up their places in line
Being told how great I look all the time
Not having to do the dishes, ever
The lack of guilt in ignoring the housework and putting my feet up
Naps with DD (when she takes them)
One-on-one time with DD, all the time
My outtie bellybutton!
This fantastic sex drive, meow
Being able to shower pretty much whenever I want
All the sleeping
Having a beautiful, bountiful, luscious belly
Rubbing that beautiful belly
All those miraculous movements of an inside baby
Eating lunch when I'm hungry for lunch
Having several hours of me-time in a day once DD goes to bed
How easy it is to just leave the house
All the shoulder rubs and foot massages from DH
Knowing exactly what it is I want to eat at any given moment
Some of these things aren't pregnancy-specific, but just pre-baby, but they help me remember that an inside baby is so much easier than an outside baby! That makes me more patient with all these pregnancy things. What's your list?