I betcha most people that will comment on this have never been pregnant so really, I have no idea how you feel. Hope that gets better and yes you should talk to ur bf about this and about the meat... show him some disturbing farm video about what happens to animals before they get put on the plate D:<! might shut him up for a bit xD
Ugh, beef is horrible on my stomach. Last time I ate it I was sick for days.
My girl was making me crave chilli cheese dogs, cheeseburgers (I tried not to indulge that one) and french fries with copious amounts of ketchup. Then later I had massive cravings for sweets. I think it had to do with my lack of weight gain. Now I sometimes get a random hankering for fried chicken or pizza, though I've always loved pizza.
It makes me worry, though. I've had quite a few complications with this pregnancy, and after everything I've been through, if I lost her I would lose my fucking mind. I've adjusted my entire view of my future to include her.
I know the feeling. I'm not sure if you know but I lost my son around seven months in. I've never really gotten over my miscarriage. I lost my child and my ability to have children on my own. It's why I get jealous when people tell everyone they're pregnant.
I had an abortion when I was 19. I was in no position to handle a pregnancy let alone a child. It was for the best, but I often wonder what would have been. But I know I would've been a horrible parent at that time. I was struggling with a trauma and mental illness and the father split on me, plus I was into drugs and sleeping around. (I have my life together now, though. And my baby's father is with me and has been for some time.)
I was, unfortunately, raped and 15. I didn't have much of a choice on if I got pregnant or not. Religion kept me from getting an abortion (since I was "too young" to make the choice myself) I had originally planned to give up Asher for adoption but when I saw him I knew I had to try to be a mom. I was the one who made the choice to take him off of life support. It was a horrible experience and now I'm terrified to have sex and I'm scared of men. Always have been. My boyfriend, Devon, is my first (ever) serious relationship and even then I never let him undress me. It's sad because I really want a baby and I can't have one, at least we're not completely sure the doctors said maybe one day I could conceive but it'd be risky as hell. It's been rough.
Wow, I don't think I could have the strength to carry a child who was a product of rape. I was raped when I was 18, but that's not how I ended up having an abortion (but the trauma contributed to the piss poor choice in men) I had sort of the opposite reaction. I became really promiscuous and I was in deep denial over what happened.
I still have nightmares about what happened. I can't even speak his name. I'm finally dealing with my sex issues. I don't have such awful compulsions anymore and some of the things bedroom-wise that scared me, I can do comfortably with my boyfriend. I hope it gets better for you
My pregnancy was very risky because of my health issues. I have Lupus and severe vasovagal syncope, plus many food intolerances and GI problems. But something told me I had to keep this baby. It was like a second chance to do for this baby what I couldn't for the first. She isn't born yet but I love her above anything else, and despite the dangers and how sick I am I would never give her up.
Even though he has work, you're sort of in a sensitive period right now, his work doesn't interfere with his bodily functions and incapacitates him in certain ways. If you're just feeling annoyed with the chores it's alright, but if you start feeling ill, he should take over at the time in the very least. You're in an advanced stage of the pregnancy, and it wouldn't be a bad idea to rest whenever you feel like it.
Oh, if I really started feeling ill he wouldn't try to make me do anything. I've had a lot of health complications during the pregnancy and he understands that sometimes, I just don't have the energy to do things.
Stop being a wuss and stand up for yourself. The way it should be done is one person does the cooking and the other does the clean up (dishes and stuff). That way it is not such a chore for either one. I hope this is an equal relationship with not the woman, pregnant or otherwise, doing all the work while his majesty sits on his ass and being waited on head and foot. You will be having your work cut out for you after you give birth. You will not be getting a good night's sleep for at least a year with baby so you had better get your couch potato to start doing his share now.
I don't think it's unreasonable to handle most of the chores considering he has to work 50 hours a week at a very irritating job. I'm only annoyed that it's harder than it has to be because he's picky. And it has NOTHING to do with gender. Before I stopped working, chores were evenly divided.