Thank you I can handle this people.
Being pregnant is a beautiful, natural, glorious journey in life every woman dreams of going on. Until it's not. It can be a minefield of pain and misery; or a nice balance between all of it. The one thing a woman who is expecting doesn't need for sure is more stress. Being pregnant is already a situation fraught with stress and drama. So when you see a pregnant woman wandering around and you want to give your "best advice"... just don't! She has all the books and Ted Talks already. Just be supportive and give her a smile. She'll need it... YOU know what's coming!
Redditor u/FuzzyTortoise wanted the ladies of Reddit to open up and discuss by asking.... Pregnant women or women who have been pregnant, what is the worst/craziest advice someone has given you about your pregnancy?
Experiencing things for the first time is something not enough people really appreciate. When we say "first time" we tend to think about first kisses, first intimate experiences, first heartbreaks... but there are literally zillions of firsts we all have that we just don't take the time to appreciate.