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Life of a young mother.

20 facts of being pregnant

20 facts of being pregnant

1. You look at your belly in the mirror instead of your face.

2. Where you once believed you were fearless, you now find yourself afraid.

3. The sacrifices you made to have a child no longer seem like sacrifices. (everything you give up is worth it.)

4. You respect your body…FINALLY.

5. You have stronger opinions and are stronger willed. (some people call this “mood swings”)

6. You respect your parents (especially your mother) and love them in a new way.

7. You find that your baby’s pain feels much worse than your own.

8. You finally understand what all the other mommies meant when they said, “I am complete”

9. You believe once again in the things you believe in when you were a child. (hurray for santa clause!)

10. You lose touch with the people in your life that you should have lost touch with a long time ago.

11. You heart breaks much more easily.

12. You think of your baby 786,234,852,947 times a day. In fact, you’re so busy with this that you don’t have time for anything else!

13. Food that don’t go together taste so good! (Thank God for french fries dipped in ice cream!!!)

14. You no longer like it when you guys check you out. In fact, it offends you.

15. You think before you speak, and you learn to expand your vocabulary. (The word “bottom” now replaces “ass”)

16. Bodily functions are no longer repulsive.

17. You see beauty in the ugliest babies, and you find yourself saying, “aww, look how cute that baby is.”

18. You realize that you can love someone before you even meet them.

19. If you have a son, you no longer curse men.

20. Your love becomes limit-less…like a super human power.


October 31, 2008 - Posted by | brannray


  1. this is so true

    Comment by samantha | December 15, 2009 | Reply

  2. this is so true!! this really helped i am 17 and pregnant with a little baby boy that i am naming jordan parker. All of this is so true!! i hope everything worked out for u


    Comment by mariah | November 14, 2010 | Reply

  3. Everything on this listed on here is exactly how I feel. I’m 17 and pregnant and its weird how grown up I feel. This almost made me cry :’)

    Comment by Anna | November 18, 2010 | Reply

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