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#1 of 2 Old 07-24-2013, 06:14 PM - Thread Starter
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I'm feeling a little freaked out today. I'm not normally superstitious, but, since my previous m/c, (I'm now 13 weeks), I am unnerved very easily.  Today I saw a dead yellow warbler on my sidewalk.  It's beak was cracked and it was bleeding.  It looked like it probably hit my window and, according to my husband, broke it's neck.  Then, after dinner, my kids exclaimed that there was black cat in our driveway.  I looked out and it turned and looked at me.  I chased it off and now feel uneasy.  Anyone else get easily spooked during pregnancy?

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I watched The Ring while pregnant and had to sleep with Christmas lights in in my room for about 5 months. It freaked me out more than I could even explain... I still don't watch horror movies involving evil kids. So in short, yes.

I am in general, more intense while pregnant, and it seems for me it can play out as being easily spooked
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