When it comes to being pregnant, there are women that love it, women who hate it, and women who feel something in between on the subject. It probably has a lot to do with how pregnancy has treated you and whether you have been pregnant multiple times or not.

If you never had morning sickness, indigestion and you had a pregnancy glow, rather than pregnancy acne, you may love being pregnant and all the attention you get with it.

If however you suffered from hyperemesis, ptylism, indigestion so severe you've compared it to drinking straight acid and instead of showing off a cute belly bump, you've wanted to hide it due to stretch marks, you might have a different perception of pregnancy.

For me it was half in half. My first and most of my second trimester I was miserable with baby number 2. I felt the best in my third trimesters with both of my babies up until the very end where most mothers generally feel the same way..."get this baby out!"

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