15 Pregnancy Tweets That Will Make Anyone Who’s Been Pregnant Say ‘Been There’
Every pregnancy is different, but there are definitely some experiences that just about every woman can relate to. Just say the words, “round ligament pain,” or ” sneezing while pregnant,” or “pregnancy hormones” and anyone who has ever been pregnant will immediately be able to commiserate. It’s been a few years since I’ve been with child, but these pregnancy tweets have me nodding my head and saying, “yep, been there.”
1. Sneezing is the WORST.
I can't even sneeze without peeing myself a little bit ??? #pregnancyproblems
— britney (@britneyandbaby) September 24, 2016
2. I never knew bending over would require super-human effort.
— Melissa Merwin Dydyn (@mamerwin) September 11, 2016
3. The water was just so beautiful and no one understands.
— cole_fresh (@Colee_sayzs) September 14, 2016
4. He’s just such a GOOD BOY.
For those wondering how far along I am, I'm at the stage of pregnancy where I can't look at a dog without crying. #PregnancyProblems
— Kenzie Butcher-Dubs (@DubsKenzie) September 14, 2016
5. More relatable, yet more terrifying.
Pregnancy test commercials would be a lot more relatable if the women in them cursed and cried.
— Î±lly (@ToonieLane) August 15, 2013
6. Oh, did you want to actually sleep?
7. And yes, I will eat them at the same time.
Husband: need anything at the store? Me: chocolate chocolate chip ice cream. Me 45s later: no ice cream, get artichokes. Me now: get both.
— Pregnant & Tweeting (@WhoaPregnancy) April 18, 2016
8. And more shoes, too.
9. A bed in the bathroom would make things much easier.
That moment you get all comfy in bed and then you have to pee… again. #pregnantproblems
— Hanna Geller (@H_M_Geller) April 4, 2017
10. My condolences.
— Stephanie Lucia ? (@stephani3MS) September 16, 2016
11. Pregnancy sports would be really entertaining.
— Jenna Erickson (@jenna__erickson) March 30, 2017
12. This would explain so much.
13. I fail to see the problem here.
— Rachael ??. (@_Rachael92) March 24, 2017
14. This is why it should be called “all-day sickness.”
— I Need A Nap (@OhPregnantLife) April 22, 2016
— Rachel Kline (@RKlineCreative) September 11, 2016