Then you will worry about every shift in the breeze! I was a total worrier too. I kept thinking, I can't wait until the baby comes out so that I can see if he/she is o.k.. Then, when she arrived, I had about one day of relief, and then we had to leave the safety of our cozy little hospital room, and suddenly I realized how safe she was inside me, never feeling any hunger, cold, discomfort. Suddenly the world was wrought with dangers! Even a little cheerio became a life-threatening object! I have to stop and laugh at myself. Part of being a mom is having an instinctual habit to identify any dangers in the environment. What ends up happening is that you look at simple objects and try to imagine every possible threat it could pose, and in the process imagine all sorts of awful freak accidents! It is unnerving, but it is our maternal instinct kicking in. It helps to talk with a fellow mom and laugh about it!