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Please tell me (light-hearted)

(9 Posts)
Kpo58 Tue 08-Dec-15 21:25:58

I've been feeling really tired and lethargic at the moment (at 18 weeks).

So please explain to me (a hormonal pregnant person) why I cannot snuggle down, hibernate and give birth in the spring like other animals.

ParsnipSoup Tue 08-Dec-15 21:33:00

That's a great idea. I might just do that (obviously with 3-4hrly trips to the loo during hibernation).

Mummageddon Tue 08-Dec-15 21:49:01

I asked DH the same thing in the first trimester, why can't I just hibernate through it?
Either that or we should have the option to lay an egg instead, then DH can sit and incubate the egg.

Junosmum Tue 08-Dec-15 22:27:19

You get 3-4 hours between trips to the loo parsnip? Lucky you. I've gone 3 times in my 2.5 hour nct class!

ParsnipSoup Tue 08-Dec-15 22:47:38

I'm going to stop complaining about having to get up at night for a wee after hearing that!!!

GlasgowPingu Tue 08-Dec-15 23:39:14

Love the idea of laying an egg and then taking turns to incubate it! :D

ToesAndFingersCrossed Wed 09-Dec-15 00:12:39

I'd love to hibernate too, but the seeing issue is too big for me. I went for my 20 week scan today, it's a 20 minute walk from my house. I had to stop to pee twice on my way back, and was bursting by the time I got home too. Nightmare.

ToesAndFingersCrossed Wed 09-Dec-15 00:13:10

That was supposed to say peeing not seeing!

Kaytee1987 Wed 09-Dec-15 17:30:28

You definitely should, think I will too 7+3 and exhausted x

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