When You Feel Like You Can’t Be Pregnant Anymore

It starts with the little things. 

An uncomfortable ache here, an elbow jab there; then there’s the sleepless nights, the swollen everything, the comments,“You have how much longer left?!”

You want to be grateful, you really do. You realize motherhood is a gift, a chance that some women long for and others never get to see, but at the same time, you are also human.

You get tired and cranky and drained just like the rest of us mere mortals. You may be mom, but you don’t always feel like a superhero.

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Tiny Blue Lines

Tiny Blue Lines

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Hi, I'm Chaunie, an author, blogger, and writer. I'm mom to four young kiddos and in my past life, I worked as a labor and delivery nurse. Oh, and I wrote the book on young motherhood. No, really. Check it out here. And if you've experienced an unexpected pregnancy or are a young mom, I'd love to hear your story--email me at info@tinybluelines.com.
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  1. I remember this stage so well, even though it’s been more than four years. I swear to God, Julie’s pregnancy lasted for about fifteen months. I was so ready to hold her in my arms – I couldn’t wait for that pregnancy to be done. If it helps at all, Julie’s was, by far, my roughest pregnancy, and her actual birth was as close to blissful as possible. Three hours of labor (and an epidural after the first couple serious contractions), and she was out in two pushes.

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