Quoting talexys:" Alot of girls do, especially if you breast feed. As long as you don't use pregnancy as a excuse to eat ... [snip!] ... trouble getting to your pre pregnancy weight if not less. I know this doesn't go for all people, but I think in general. IMO."I think my biggest thing is, I found out I was pregnant in Feb (on Valentines day, to be specific) and lost my job in April (which was a blessing ), and when I lost my job, I quit eating fast food like I was when I was working. I don't have as much stress on me now that I am home. I've been bouncing back between 17 and 20lbs below my pre-pregnancy weight. I am glad I haven't gained anything this time around. After I have the babe, I plan on dropping a lot of weight, too.
Quoting *B & D Mommy*:" Pretty sure that is what I had. It started at 12 weeks. And every single time I would move my hips would ... [snip!] ... I would wake up constantly to roll over to my other side and when I did I would be screaming from the pain of my hips popping."Mine hurt from my lower back to just below my lady parts. I tripped over something the other day, and I feel like I ripped my lady parts open. The pain is terrible. Bending down, walking, steps, stepping over something, carrying something, all that mess hurts like something I have never felt before in my life!
Quoting Brianne Purcell:" Due in beginning of January and I don't even have that big of a baby bump yet, but it seems like everyone else around my due date does....anyone else still feeling tiny?"