I can already barely stand it and I’m only 24 weeks :( then again, I do work at a grocery store as a cashier. I stand for like 6-8 hours every shift and it’s awful. I get so exhausted and feel like poop when I get home!
I’m 28 weeks…
I worked until 37+3 but I left early to go to the hospital for monitoring. Ben was born at 37+5, I’m a hairstylist and I stand 8-10 hours a day.
worked until i was c-sectioned at 40w5d
me thinking i could get the 65475 things done on my to do list today.
i did some laundry and folding, cleaning, and had dinner in the crock pot
got most of the christmas shopping finished
got home after 9 pm after being out since 1 half the time WITH THE BABY and got guilted because 1) he couldn’t figure out how to use the rice maker and after explicit instructions on putting 3 cups of rice and then filling water up to the three cup line, he puts THE ENTIRE BAG in the rice cooker and puts in 3 cups of water… and then the rice isn’t cooked… and then he adds more water…and then it explodes…… and 2) get guilted because i didn’t check the grocery store for the seasonal sierra mist cranberry soda
i’m done. i’m done.
notyourmamasmumblr replied to your post: I found a double stroller I think I might want to…ill tell you right now the britax is gonna be better quality
Ugh I know, that’s the biggest thing pushing me towards the Britax. It’s only maybe $50 more…
LOOOOVE my Britax
Did the site where you got your epidural randomly hurt months later? My back is killing me in that area and I wad wondering if it was a possible side effect to the epidural.
Oh my god yes.
I heard of that happening to women, wayyy before I got pregnant, which was one of the reasons I wanted a natural birth.
But I think my whole lower spine is messed up from it.Mine does. It’s only bern a few weeks but my back aches in my epidural spot almost daily
Plus lower back pain is also because you are getting used to carrying around your new little bundle… and also if you are breast feeding you could be hunched while you are doing it causing your back to hurt.