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10 Things I Miss About Being Pregnant…Seriously!

By Lauren Hartmann |

The other day while I was at the grocery store, a woman with the cutest, little basketball belly walked by me pushing a cart down the cereal aisle. As she passed by I couldn’t help but feel a little twinge of longing…a feeling of missing being pregnant. Now, don’t get me wrong. I do not plan on getting pregnant tomorrow or anything crazy like that, but for a minute I stopped to think about all the little things I enjoyed about pregnancy and all the little things that I miss now that I’m not pregnant. I decided to compile a list and I’m curious to see if any of you can relate to any of these or if there’s anything else that you miss about being pregnant as well!

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10 Things I Miss About Being Pregnant

1. Having an excuse to indulge my cravings

Yes, I do realize that pregnancy is not an excuse for eating treats and indulging, but honestly what pregnant woman doesn't indulge a little? You're already gaining a bunch of weight...what's a couple more ice cream induced pounds in the big scheme of things?

Lauren Hartmann is the founder of The Little Things We Do, a blog about life and adventures in Portland Oregon. Follow her on Twitter and Facebook, or catch up on all of her posts here on Babble.

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Lauren Hartmann

Lauren Hartmann is a wife, wardrobe stylist, and mama living in Portland, Oregon. She writes about her adventures in motherhood on Babble's Baby Channel. You can also find her blogging at The Little Things We Do or obsessively partaking in social media. Read bio and latest posts → Read Lauren's latest posts →

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