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#31 of 38 Old 10-23-2008, 02:59 AM
 
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My belly sticks to my legs in the bathtub.
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My belly sticks to my legs in the bathtub.
*nods* And there's not enough room in my tub for a belly and my ummm, rather enlarged posterior

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:Three words....CARPAL TUNNEL SYNDROME

pg induced of course!

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People who ask if I know what gender my baby will be. Okay, I realize I have been overtrained by academic liberal minded linguistic political correctness, but I won't know what gender my baby is even after I know what sex it is. That's something my baby gets to figure out on its own somewhere down the road.

And also, nookie is sometimes too difficult to deal with. Finding the perfect position that doesn't hurt one of us - and also is going to lead to, um, success...argh, it's hard!
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My belly sticks to my legs in the bathtub.
You mean you can still get OUT of the bathtub??? I've started avoiding baths like the plague, normally I love them. But it's just too hard to get out of the tub

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:Three words....CARPAL TUNNEL SYNDROME

pg induced of course!
Yeppers, I get up in the morning and I can't even hold my mug with my right hand.

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And also, nookie is sometimes too difficult to deal with. Finding the perfect position that doesn't hurt one of us - and also is going to lead to, um, success...argh, it's hard!
It's very sad, but I no longer care very much if I don't get nookie. This is so unlike me. Thank goodness, sort of, DH has been sick, so he hasn't been in the mood, either.

Reading through this thread made me laugh. I was complaining like 7 weeks ago about not being able to see my whoohoo? I dont' even think I still have one, although I do hope I do, otherwise how is the baby getting out?

At nearly 35 weeks, I'm thinking I had no right to complain back then.

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Getting completely out of breath from walking a few steps...

Forgetting that I can't "squeeze" into tight places and then banging my putruding belly button on whatever is in the way.

HEARTBURN!!

Clothes not fitting

Trying to get out of bed (yikes!) Its really an acrobatic scene!

And lastly,: wanting to eat EVERYTHING in sight!! Especially junkfood....oh Halloween is only a week away:

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Forgetting that I can't "squeeze" into tight places and then banging my putruding belly button on whatever is in the way.
Oh my goodness, I've done that more times than I can count. I'm just not suppose to be this big! Right now I have a sore scrape on my belly from an incident with the door yesterday.

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Trying to get out of bed (yikes!) Its really an acrobatic scene!
Yes! Getting out of bed to rush to the bathroom in the middle of the night is so hard now. I have to like rock back and forth on my back to get enough momentum to swing myself up and my legs off the side. I look and feel ridiculous.

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