Nine Months Pregnant To Do List

9 months pregnantI have been pregnant for 9 months now.  One more to go!  Someone said to me at church last weekend that I have been pregnant forever.  I agree!  When I studied abroad in Liverpool, England, I made a list of all the things I wanted to go when I got home that I could not do there.  Looking back at the list was a good laugh, and made me realize what I was missing.

Here is a list of all the things I can’t do now but would like to do again in the future.  Believe me I feel very blessed to be pregnant.  I am sure I will miss some things too like the ability for my body to grow life.   I don’t think I am missing out on these things but just excited I get to do them again in the future.  Sure, I could probably do some of these things now but why risk it.

  • Have my current daughter lay on my belly.
  • Go skiing.
  • Go on a water slide.
  • Go in a moon bounce and jump.
  • Go on a trampoline.
  • Go on the kids rides at the amusement park with my daughter.
  • Wear my wedding and engagement ring again.
  • Not be tired as easily.
  • Crave more fruit (can’t wait for blueberry season).
  • Show my daughter how to do a handstand, cartwheel, and backwards roll.
  • Have energy to push my daughter in a stroller for more than a mile.
  • Be able to run faster than my daughter.
  • Get to hold the new baby on the outside.
  • Get to look into the new babies eyes.
  • Watching the relationship between my new daughter and my current friends and family.
  • Sleep on my stomach.
  • Be able to eat Pico de Gallo again (make me throw up currently).
  • Drink Wine.
  • Drink Rum and Coke.
  • Go on a cruise.
  • Go sledding.
  • Roller blade and ice skate.
  • Run a 5k.
  • Walk up many stairs without getting winded.
  • Teach my daughter how to ski.
  • Dance in public.
  • Go in a hot tub.
  • Don’t have to go the bathroom every half hour.
  • Put on shoes without any issues.
  • Paint my toes without any issues.
  • Being able to walk around without this beach ball in the way and hitting things (mostly my fault).
  • Go outlet shopping and be able to buy clothes at many stores.
  • Be able to drive home to my parents house.
  • Be able to pick up and carry my current daughter for a long time.


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