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I had my beautiful son 10 weeks ago and love him to the moon and back but can’t help but feel an emptiness now I am no longer pregnant!
My son was 6 weeks premature so I feel like I got deprived from those last few weeks and can’t wait to experience it all over again with the next baby!
That constant company my little one provided was one of the most amazing experiences any woman can experience.
Is anyone else feeling like this??


Posted by aq1989, 1st April 2014


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  • Yes! My 3rd was 3 weeks early and id been loving the pregnancy after not enjoying my second much at all. I think its possible to grieve a little for that bond – that amazing feeling of a baby growing inside you.

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  • wonderful

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  • I still miss feeling my little man moving around. But I don’t know that I want to go through it again after having 3 now.

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  • i think that i missed feeling the kicks and movement that i had grown used to but i would have to remind myself that i had my baby. i think that pregnancy was such a wonderful experience for me

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  • Yes I too feel the same way at times. I used to love taking afternoon naps and feeling her move around and kick. I don’t miss those last few weeks though. All the heartburn and feet so swollen I could hardly walk at the last 5 weeks I was ready for it to be over

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  • Yes, I remember feeling like this after both of my pregnancies. I missed the secret specialness of each of the kicks I felt. I just kept reminding myself of the things i DIDN’T miss – like the heartburn, swollen- well – everything and having to pee all. the. time!

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  • yes a lot of us have gone through that still rubbing the tummy and the baby is not in there any more and talking to you tummy with out a second thought. I did miss feeling the kids move and kick as I loved that. This will pass as the baby takes over lol

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  • I Think A Lot Of Us Miss Being Pregnant, No Big Belly To Rub, I Enjoyed Bring Pregnant, But Now My Youngest Is 18 Months, d I Do Not Miss It Any More,

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