Quoting s00nt0be04:" Smoking here. Trying to quit but like you I get bored or long drives in car and smoking. Sometimes I ... [snip!] ... but it's easier to quit once you have given birth and stay in the hospital because when you get home you don't want to smoke."
Urgh, I was just about to "post reply" to you, but pressed the backspace button instead, so I lost everything I typed...
Anyways, what I was saying, was that I know many women (of many different ages) who have smoked during their whole pregnancy, only to quit once they get baby home. Although I am very proud and excited for them to have finally quit, it makes me wonder why they couldn't/didn't quit while they were pregnant and baby was dependent on them for their oxygen.
I certainly can't pass judgement on them, or anyone else who has done this (or chooses to do this) because if I can't/don't quit before giving birth, I would would assume quitting after bringing baby home would be the 2nd best thing.
I wish you the best of luck, and if you choose to quit before baby's born, or choose a "quit date", then please let me know. Hopefully I'll be able to muster the courage to do the same!