... start doing my pelvic floor exercises properly ... stop eating my own body weight in chocolate every day ... try treating myself a bit better to chase away the pre-baby blues ... stop moaning about every ache or pain - I'm not the first person on the planet to be pregnant
... Stop obsessing that it's all going to go horribly wrong any minute ... Start giving some serious thought to names as it's possible that I might actually end up with a baby in September!! ... Stop watching rubbish telly all night and go to bed earlier
... Stop obsessing that it's all going to go horribly wrong any minute and remember that 3 seconds without movement is not doom and gloom ...not compare my bump and wonder if I am giving birth to an anorexic midget ...try and give a bit more of a damn at work so that I have a job to go back to ...try, try, try to enjoy this much wanted pregnancy!
...realise that I am actually going to have a baby at some point in the next 6 weeks and get my arse in gear with sorting out what is in the loft and what I need to buy ...realise that I am actually going to have a baby at some point in the next 6 weeks and put some serious thought into what we are going to name it. ...start drinking raspberry leaf tea ...put some effort into sorting out the house so that when the midwives arrive for my home birth they can actually find me among the sea of toys
....enjoy this much wanted pregnancy and be grateful .....stop eating so much crap ......stop worrying about buying a house and be happy about what I have ......be a little bit nicer to my DH ......start walking and swimming
I had my DD 3 months ago, and I vowed to do every single one of the things you've all just listed but didn't get very far. All went well though, and thanks to my obsessive reasearching I know just about EVERYTHING.
Ladies, don't fret and don't make lists! Just do what you feel you should be doing and don't give yourselves such a hard time, it's the worst thing you can do.