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Moving furniture at 39 weeks

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Nononon Sun 30-Nov-14 15:02:25

Ivejust stupidly helped DH move a small, empty pine dresser from one room into the next and now feel horrible y achey.

I can't have hurt the baby can I? Only myself? Reassurance needed please!!

GailLondon Sun 30-Nov-14 15:32:04

Baby will be totally fine, but yes you might have hurt yourself a little sad
When I do this I like to lie down flat on my back on the floor and it feels a bit better. Try and take it easy for the rest of the day

Nononon Sun 30-Nov-14 15:36:07

Thanks for the reassurance Gail - it felt easy to carry until we got to the end and then I felt all achey and now I feel like I've run a marathon!

My body is used to picking up my two stone toddler so I thought id be fine!

Taura Mon 01-Dec-14 10:03:58

We are getting a piano (gift from in laws) delivered in the next few days, and we need to move 2 sofas, a set of shelves and a grandfather clock. I'm 38+2w... Wondering if this is a good idea!

Can't wait to sing carols around the piano with my family at Christmas though smile

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