Getting up six times in a night to go to the bathroom, making quality sleep all but impossible.
The fact that modesty is a non-issue as soon as the door to the exam suite closes, even when there's a frightened looking male med student in the room.
How suddenly the urge to pee can appear - and how suddenly that urge goes away when the Passenger decides to stop using my bladder as a beanbag chair.
Pregnancy brain. I forgot about forgetting.
Whoever named morning sickness is a big stinky turd. It should be called all day sickness.
That people really do try to touch the belly all the time - even strangers. As long as it doesn't happen at work, it's all good. If it does happen at work, expect to see me on the 11 o'clock news.
It's really easy to eat this... and some eggs and some fruit salad and maybe a bite or two of whatever the BabbyDaddy is having.
And then there are some things I never actually knew about pregnancy, like:
The fact that your middle gets big quick after the first pregnancy. Exhibit A.
A fetus really can kick so hard it knocks the wind out of you. Here I was thinking people were just being overly dramatic.
How weird it would be to look down at the bump at 23.5 weeks and think that some women go into labor at this point.
Painting one's toenails does get a bit uncomfortable once there is enough tummy in the way.
I'd feel this unwieldy at just about 24 weeks along. I feel bigger and more awkward than I ever did while pregnant with P.
That my boobs could get this big. Seriously. They're as big now as they were the first time my milk came in! If they don't go back to their normal size after the fall, I'm going to have an epic freak out.
What, if anything, did you forget between pregnancies or
just never know about subsequent pregnancies?