The moment you realize you are pregnant, that is the start of everything. I mean EVERYTHING!!! Not just the happy moments but also the time you would feel unwanted, ignored and deprived. Yes, pregnancy is not just a happy feeling of waiting for that precious one to come out but also facing the reality of a 9-month challenge. You are lucky enough if you have found the best partner that is ready to embrace all the sudden changes you will encounter and together you will both accept it with open arms. And sad if you got the worst partner who will just leave you behind and still choose to satisfy his wants. As you can see, partner is very important because he will be the one who would lift you up whenever you feel that you are no longer yourself. Say, his simple gesture of tapping your back, a little squeeze on your hand and a kiss on your cheek will give you an assurance that everything is doing fine.
What do you really expect during pregnancy? Honestly, a lot of unexpected depression and of course limitless overwhelming excitement. For vain women, you have to get ready for the physical changes such as the burgeoning belly, small bumps forming in the area around your nipples, thighs and hips getting bigger and sometimes a noticeable hyper pigmentation. It is totally normal that even if how happy you are for the growing baby bump, you will slightly feel uncomfortable since you are not get used to your changing appearance. Plus, you would feel several discomforts such as having tender breasts that makes you easily annoyed when accidentally touched. You would also experience frequent urination because your blood volume increases during pregnancy, putting increased pressure on your kidneys. Also, later in pregnancy the weight of the baby on your bladder increases the pressure, making you feel like you always have to go to the bathroom. Furthermore, you would feel some pain in the lower abdomen as the ligaments and tendons throughout your body stretch in order to accommodate the growing baby and to allow the baby out during labor.
Well these are the facts of pregnancy. It is not about growing your belly and still looking hot and sexy. This is letting the little pumpkin rent the space in your tummy and leave some stretch marks after he goes out. Hence, this is the moment where you need to be surrounded by the people who truly care and love you. These are the people who would know and feel that you are feeling insecure, uncomfortable and tired even if you will not tell them. These are the people where you can be yourself and no need of pretensions just to please them. This is your moment. You must be the one who is pampered and well loved!