In every chapter of life, it seems like the social norm kind of changes a little. As children, we were told to leave the room when we had to pass gas, but how many of us as adults do that?
Bathroom talk, in general, was discouraged unless it was necessary to make a request of an adult, but now we (as pregnant women or as mothers) find ourselves openly sharing about how often we have to pee or the color, consistency, and even the smell of bowel movements- our own and our children’s.
Growing up, our private parts were private. Now, they have feelings and we discuss how they are feeling because everything changes when you are pregnant.
Everything is a symptom when you’re pregnant, too.
Have a headache? That’s probably because you’re pregnant.
Dry eyes? Pregnancy will do that to you.
Tender or sore lovely lady lumps? You must be pregnant!
Too much saliva? Pregnant
Not enough saliva? Pregnant
Tired? Food cravings or avoidances? Acne? Pregnant!...