Take your mind out of the gutter. Seriously, come on now. This is not a biology lesson.

My sister’s labour date is fast approaching. As a family we are so excited for this new, little bundle of joy to enter our lives. We feel so blessed.

It has got me reminiscing at my own pregnancies . The way I carried both of my children was so different. My body went through lots of physical and emotional changes .

My first pregnancy; carrying my son was a revelation. He was a surprise baby (a wonderful gift). At the age of 25 and not long married, my husband and I hadn’t a clue on pregnancy and babies. Emotionally, I was overwhelmed and often found myself in a state of denial. My advice to all would be to do lots of reading. Speak to your ‘bump’ regularly and take the recommended prenatal vitamins! I craved lamb and sweet things (oh how I miss the way things tasted when I was pregnant), I frequently forgot about the bump, as I didn’t really show until my third trimester. Being the tenacious and determined boy that he is, he made an early appearance too.


My second pregnancy with my beautiful daughter was a planned one. I was 28 years old at the time. I had taken all the recommended vitamins available. But carrying my daughter was so difficult. I was sick, nauseous, anxious and suffered from pelvic girdle pain (and what a pain in the arse and beyond). I gained 4 stones; not sure how, but I was pregnant in every part of my body, even my toes were blooming (huge).


Pregnancy is such a unique and individual experience for all involved. When I look at my two little best friends, I know it was all worth it . I feel so much love right now, my heart is overpowered with that warm, mushy feeling. My husband has told me to take some Gaviscon (antacid) in case it’s indigestion that I am experiencing. Men!

For more information on pelvic girdle pain, please click on the link below;

Pelvic Girdle Pain

I would love to hear all about your pregnancies. Do have have any advice for pregnant people out there? Please comment below.

For an informative post and my experience on Coeliac Diseaseย go here

Posted by:Quirky Kay

A zany lady with a zest for life. A UK based Mummy of two munchkins, caffeine addict, food loving (sans gluten) globetrotter.

5 replies on “Let’s talk about sex baby…

  1. Great tips. My wife had SPD now known as PGP. It is so debilitating. Thank you for sharing your experience and info.

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