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5 of the Most Unsexy Things About This Pregnancy

By Diana Stone |

Oh people.

I wish I could tell you that pregnancy is all butterflies and perfect belly shots, with a side of fun cravings. I’d be lying however. Pregnancy, sometimes, it just plain gross and embarrassing.

Also unsexy. It’s a wonder any of us ever procreate more than once after going through this. And our partners have to deal with it as well. You’d think after the first they’d be like, “Whoa, no, that’s ok. Once was enough for me.”

Yet so many of us still want more kids. It must be that once it’s all over, we have little bundles of screaming cute that steal our hearts and make us forget that hurling up Cheerios on a daily basis while trying not to pee our pants is pretty darn awful, no matter which way you spin it, or how darling you look doing it.

So I’m sharing my most unsexy moments in hopes that someone else reading will get a laugh and not feel so alone as your husband rolls you over for the 12th time to stop you from snoring at 2am.

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Your turn – what are some of your most unappealing pregnancy moments?

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Diana blogs on raising a toddler daughter and the loss of her twin boys on the aptly named Hormonal ImbalancesSmaller glimpses into her day are on TwitterFacebook, and Pinterest.

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