Je moet constant plassen (of huilen), je bent misselijk, je wil de raarste dingen eten en je sokken die gevallen zijn… Die laat je maar lekker liggen. Yup, zwanger zijn is a rocky road.
Maar gelukkig valt er ook wat te lachen. Althans, als je de zwangere dames op Twitter mag geloven.
— Melissa Merwin Dydyn (@mamerwin) September 11, 2016
Don’t ask a pregnant lady “do you know the sex?” obviously she knows about sex she’s pregnant you stupid idiot
— Dan Duvall (@lazerdoov) March 5, 2015
4-yr-old saw picture of me pregnant.
I explain that she was inside me. She thought for a bit then said:
“I never want to do that again.”
— Zoe vs. the Universe (@zoevsuniverse) July 21, 2014
Today I dropped a pair of socks and they rolled under my dresser. I have decided I no longer need those socks. #pregnancyproblems
— April Bradley (@abrad83) September 16, 2016
For those wondering how far along I am, I’m at the stage of pregnancy where I can’t look at a dog without crying. #PregnancyProblems
— Kenzie Butcher-Dubs (@DubsKenzie) September 14, 2016
— Jess Marquez (@JayMartini) April 5, 2017
3-year-old: Can the baby come out to play?
Pregnant wife: No, honey. She’s not ready yet.
3-year-old: Babies are lazy.
— James Breakwell (@XplodingUnicorn) August 30, 2015
That moment you get all comfy in bed and then you have to pee… again. #pregnantproblems
— Hanna Geller (@H_M_Geller) April 4, 2017
I think I might be stuck in my bath tub… #pregnancyproblems
— Jordan Parker (@jparker856) September 15, 2016
So, if you get pregnant in Vegas, does the baby have to stay there?
— Amy W (@Ameiam) June 11, 2015
When your unborn son has more clothes than you #pregnancyproblems
— ♡Shannon♡ (@DueDateDiaries) March 21, 2017
Pregnancy test commercials would be a lot more relatable if the women in them cursed and cried.
— αlly (@axvryz) August 15, 2013
5-year-old: What happens if the baby pees?
Pregnant wife: She won’t. She waits till she’s born
5: Right. Just like no one pees in the pool
— James Breakwell (@XplodingUnicorn) August 11, 2015
— Rachel Kline (@HighleyDesigned) September 11, 2016
— cole_fresh (@Colee_sayzs) September 14, 2016
— Jenna Kay Lunsetter (@JennaLunsetter) March 30, 2017
I had a dream that I have a flat tummy again. I throw stuff on the ground, and pick up, and throw again, just for fun. #pregnancyproblems
— Handezen (@Handezen) March 23, 2017
Husband: need anything at the store? Me: chocolate chocolate chip ice cream. Me 45s later: no ice cream, get artichokes. Me now: get both.
— Pregnant & Tweeting (@WhoaPregnancy) April 18, 2016
I love seeing the change on a guy’s face from sexual interest to horror as he’s checking me out and then realizes I’m #pregnant.
— The Unmaternal Mess (@PregnantMess) September 9, 2016
I just started crying while watching a Post-It commercial.
— samantha jo ❄️❄️ (@samanthajcampen) August 22, 2012
— Jozlyn (@jozlynlilaxoxo) April 1, 2017
— Kelly W. (@kellywwrites) April 4, 2017
— Renee Souvannarath (@NayxNay) September 12, 2016
I finally got a day to sleep in but the baby decided this morning was the perfect time to start teaching kickboxing #pregnancyproblems
— Anna Whitmore (@annakwhitmore) March 24, 2017
You could tell me Abe Lincoln is dead and it’d be news to me and I’d prolly cry like he was my uncle.. #pregnancyproblems
— ☆ heather ☆ (@heatherkrez) March 24, 2017
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