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Still feeling the effects of pregnancy, eleven months later.

When you’re pregnant, and you read all of the “What to Expect” books, you learn a lot of things about how your body is going to change. One of those changes will make absolutely no sense and seem completely unrelated to actually having a child: you learn your eyesight is going to get worse. But don’t worry! The book says that your eyesight will go back to normal after you have your baby. It’s only temporary. Don’t get new glasses. You can live through a few months of blurry vision, right?...Continue reading at The Mommyhood Project

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