So, if this is your first pregnancy, you may not know what I’m talking about here. Buuutttt, if you’ve been pregnant before, you know exactly what this means. As your uterus gets bigger, it presses on your bladder. It will get so heavy, that a little (or A LOT) of tee-tee can slip out when you sneeze. Or laugh. Or walk. Or breathe. I get to the point where I wear the heavy flow ones!
Yes, yes, YES. When I’m 36 weeks, I can’t wait for my OB to check me! Have I dilated any??? Am I effaced any??? Please say YES.
When you’re in the 3rd trimester, stand up and, without bending over, look at your toes. You’ll see not-a-one.
There comes a point in late pregnancy when, let’s just face it–it is what it is.
This is just too true for me. Either flip flops or bedroom slippers.
If this is your first pregnancy, believe me…this moment WILL come for you.