10 End of Pregnancy Thoughts

I’m now 34 weeks pregnant and therefore nearing the end. I’ve said I’m only have two kiddiwinks so this is me coming to the end of the whole pregnancy stage forever! With that in mind I’ve been looking back and thinking about things. Here’s ten thoughts about my pregnancy journey. Some things I’m going to miss, some things I sure as hell won’t miss! 

1) Uncomfortableness

Oh boy I’ve been uncomfortable this time around. Of course this time around I have a toddler to chase around as well. I’ve had terrible backache and just recently I’m struggling to bend down. I feel so much bigger this time. When I was pregnant with Little Miss I didn’t feel (or look) big until she was overdue.

2) Maternity Wear

If truth be told I didn’t invest in. Cub maternity wear. Mainly because I’m not very fashionable and secondly unless I really needed to I wasn’t about to spend money unnecessarily. My maternity wear consisted of a couple t-shirt and a pair of maternity jeans. The jeans were not very comfy so I’ll be glad to see the back of them!

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A – My typical look /B – I <3 Mark Webber hoodie / C+D – Dublin Ghost Bus t-shirt which is about 15 years old!

3) Guilt Factor

This time round I’ve been struggling with a bit of guilt. The guilt happens when I’m cuddling my Little Miss who of course is currently my whole world. The guilt kicks in because soon there’ll be another little one demanding my attention and I just can’t imagine how Little Miss will adjust.

4) Sadness

I am feeling sad because this is the last time I’ll be carrying a baby. It is such a special thing and still amazes me that I feel sad that I won’t be doing it again.

5) Midwife Visits

I’ve had such a lovely and fantastic midwife that I will actually miss the visits! I won’t miss the waiting though (she’s always late!)! I just hope I’ll see her around afterwards.

6) Hospital Worries

I had to go to hospital last week for a growth scan (everything was fine) but whilst waiting in the ANDU for a doctor to tell me everything was fine I felt a cold sweat creep over me. The ANDU ward is next door to the labour ward and sitting there just brought back all the memories of giving birth to Little Miss. Unfortunately I won’t have a choice this time around and will guaranteed end up in hospital. At least pre Little Miss I lived in denial and was planning a homebirth!

7) Pregnancy Symptoms

I won’t go into too much detail about symptoms but I must admit that I will not miss having to take iron tablets. I also won’t miss the bladder issues (I won’t go into more detail!) and the awful heartburn! Honestly I should’ve bought shares in whoever produces Love Hearts because I’ve gone through tons! I don’t know why but they do help!

8) Giving Birth

I have the feeling that this baby will try and escape and that this time I will experience the whole natural birth that I didn’t experience last time around. It fills me with fear! I’m a wuss and am scared of the pain!

9) Maternity Leave

I have 2 days – count them T-W-O days left of work!! As much as I love work, I am so looking forward to maternity leave this time! I’m just so tired now that I feel like I could do with a couple of weeks rest before Baby 2 arrives. I’m planning on another Ugly Betty marathon!



10) Meeting Baby No 2

We went to The Baby Show a two weeks ago and there were a lot of newborns around. I must admit I got all broody and it made me realise that I am really looking forward to meeting Baby No 2. I can’t remember Little Miss as the teeny tiny baby that she once was and I’m looking forward to having those little tiny cuddles again!

A Cornish Mum

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  1. 28th May 2015 / 8:20 am

    Aww, this makes me want a baby! Even tales of horrible pregnancies don’t put me off!

    • Becster
      2nd Jun 2015 / 10:35 pm

      Truthfully my pregnancies haven’t been too bad – some women have it way worse! I mena I didn’t even get morning sickness!

  2. 28th May 2015 / 9:46 am

    Thanks for linking up lovely, you’re making me all broody…although I remember the constant heartburn well even though my youngest is now 9! Eeek where does the time go?!Thanks for linking up to #TenThings 🙂 Stevie xx

    • Becster
      2nd Jun 2015 / 10:34 pm

      Oh wow your youngest is 9?! Time does fly – amazingly quick! xx

  3. 28th May 2015 / 1:09 pm

    Awww, best of luck with your pregnancy. Hopefully Little Miss will make baby 2 the centre of her world too and you’ll have that in common together rather than something to feel guilty about 🙂


    • Becster
      2nd Jun 2015 / 10:34 pm

      I think it’s going to be a big adjustment for her but she won’t remember it and hopefully will grow up best of friends!

  4. 28th May 2015 / 5:30 pm

    awe so close! yay for maternity leave starting soon!

    • Becster
      2nd Jun 2015 / 10:33 pm

      I know! Maternity leave has now officially started!!

  5. mummyofboygirltwins
    29th May 2015 / 10:53 am

    Oh not long at all. Bless you, there are so many on here I can relate to. I only had one pregnancy (I got two babies at once!) so I will only ever be pregnant once! Good luck and can’t wait to hear your news xxxx Jess (www.mummyofboygirltwins.com)

    • Becster
      2nd Jun 2015 / 10:33 pm

      You must get it often but I think you were so lucky to get twins! And one of each as well! Sounds perfect to me! 🙂 x

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