19.8.10

Aloha Friday

Hi everyone and welcome to the weekend! It's time to take your shoes off, kick back, and relax! Ahh! To start your weekend, welcome to Aloha Friday, a fun meme created by Kailani @ An Island Life! It's a great way to waste some time, meet some new people, and answer fun and creative questions! You can add your blog, too! Just click on the Aloha Friday Link HERE to participate!

My Question!
What do you miss the most about being pregnant (or your wife being pregnant)? If you are pregnant, what do you miss the most about not being pregnant?

My Answer!
 I honestly really miss my baby belly. I thought it was so beautiful and loved rubbing it and seeing my babies kicking. Just thinking about it makes me want to be pregnant again! :)

Have A Wonderful Weekend! 
While you are here, take a look at all the new giveaways! I'll be posting several more this weekend including a swim diaper in this picture! :)
  

16 comments:

fancygrlnancy said...

I do miss being pregnant. I loved having my baby bump.. even with it getting so big. I loved feeling him inside me and knowing we had something special only him and I had going on. I can't wait to be pregnant again!!

Jess said...

Even though I have horrible pregnancies I still miss being preggo lol the thing I miss most are the kicks for sure!

Vicki said...

I LOVED being pregnant! Everything about it, even the sickness...well, maybe not that so much but everything else.

Cathi said...

It's been 29 years since I was pregnant and honestly...I don't miss it. Pregnancy is a miracle and an indescribable feeling having a child grow within us but my pregnancies weren't good at all. I was very sick and in bed so...I don't miss it at all. The good thing was my labor and deliveries were less than on hour.

Night Owl Mama said...

I missed feeling babies wiggle in side me but not when i was HUGE! NO more babies for me and I'm glad at this point. Time to enjoy them!

JamericanSpice said...

I miss my breasts. They were full and round and lovely. Now they are nonexistent again. It seems every child I have they get smaller. *roll eyes*

What I don't miss was that I didn't have any cute things to wear and so I felt fat and out of place alot.

magimomsblog said...

Stopping by from the Over 40 -Friday Follow, I think I'd have to agree - I miss the belly too. I loved holding my belly, rubbing my babies, talking to it... and it was also a wonderful plate holder too!

Purple Cow said...

Aloha! I missed the kicking and anticipation.

I'm here from Java's blog hop. Nice to meet you.

HAVE A GREAT WEEKEND.

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Purple Cow said...

yes, but what button do I click on to follow you! You've got rid of the follow button on the top bar. (evidently, I'm not that computer savvy).

I am Harriet said...

To be honest, I don't think I miss a thing.

Have a great Friday!
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TheAngelForever said...

I miss feeling the movement inside and the wonder of the entire process. As much as I would love to feel it again, I am content with my kids.

Christy said...

It sounds crazy, but I miss the anticipation. The feeling of a growing baby ... planning for his or her arrival ... loving your baby before you even meet him or her. :-)

Owen's Mom said...

I loved and miss the sense of purpose. I felt very important and empowered to be growing a new life! Boy, I miss it. Though I loathe the last month of pregnancy!

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Twincerely,Olga said...

I miss feeling so good(the hormones) and feeling the babies move in my belly!!

Buzzfloyd said...

Miss being pregnant? You must be joking! The sickness, the tiredness, the breathlessness, the pelvic pain, the lack of sleep, the crazy emotions... I think the only thing I could say I miss about it is the anticipation of meeting the baby - and that is easily eclipsed by having the baby here!

I'll do it again, but not because I enjoyed it!

Tammy said...

Being able to eat a bit more freely...

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