Im New: 16 & Prago. Advice, Please.

iVillage Member
Registered: 02-26-2010
Im New: 16 & Prago. Advice, Please.
3
Fri, 02-26-2010 - 6:05pm

iVillage Member
Registered: 08-15-2007
Fri, 02-26-2010 - 8:20pm
You should still be able to do some of the things that you used to, such as exercise. It's actually recommended to exercise still while pregnant. It's important to keep in shape and stay healthy through doing so. Talk to your doctor about what exercises you can do that way you won't feel like you had to give up everything.


Photobucket


baby





Photobucket





Photobucket


iVillage Member
Registered: 03-12-2010
Fri, 03-12-2010 - 2:57am
Girl dont stress it! You know forget what his family thinks. My boyfriends mom and me well we dont get along and after awhile i just said forget it. If they arent supportive then you dont need to be stressin ur self they dont understand how you feel and all that matters is how you feel. Dont get married just because your having a baby that idea is so dumb to me. No need to rush if your ment to be together later when everythings straight you can you know? I know the shoes your in. Right down from your boyfriend going out and stuff and you cant to the smoking and to the social. But what you gotta realize is forget it all! You can live life happly and rich of love without all the drama just forget them if they are a negative impact on your life dont surround ur self with that. Your better than that. Once you have that baby your not gunna want to have much of a social life unless they have kids lol its so much more fun to be with ur baby i promise. Just stay on the right track and stay positive thats the only way you will get through it. Dont be stressin ur self out over other people they dont matter you and ur baby and boyfriend do. Just chill out pregnacy is suppose to be a spiritual life changing amazing experience enjoy it girl. If your getting really stressed meditate i promise you it will help. And expercise shoot just dont over do it that little one doesnt want to be shakin around too much! lol and once he/she is out you can do those things with them lol well let me know if you have any questions id love to help i wish i had a true friend when i was pregnant it was so much drama till i dropped everyone i found my way all on my own but its not easy so im here to help :)
Namaste Keah
iVillage Member
Registered: 06-18-2008
Tue, 03-16-2010 - 3:02am

Hi Mallory. Im belle (19) and mummy to Kai (14 months).

I totally agree with what sarah said. Talk to your doctor and see what exercises you can do, that way you wont feel like you'v had to give everything up. There is things you cant do when pregnant but theres also alot of good things that come with that. Fill the time you used to spend with other things doing new things, like buying babies stuff and organising babies room. Try scrapbooking or things like that. Mostly just try to relax, its pretty much the last time you will have "alone" and once your baby is born things will be full on.

As for you in-laws just give it space and time. Dont let them get to you. Once your baby is born i think alot of things they think or say will have changed. Once they see your little baby (there grandchild) they will be overwhelmed with love and hopefully they will be more supportive and excepting. Untill then i guess just let it all go over your head, dont let them stress you or get you down.

If they push marriage just kindly let them no your feelings, remember its ultimatley your decision and they cant do anything about that. Once again, dont let it stress you.


Hope that helps a little. Welcome to the board.

 

Lilypie First Birthday tickers