I must admit that when it comes to being pregnant, I am not a fan. Am I thankful that I have the ability to grow another human being inside my body? Yes, especially after suffering three miscarriages and an ectopic pregnancy. But any fertility hardships — either mine or someone else’s — doesn’t negate the fact that pregnancy is uncomfortable, taxing, and scary. I can say, however, that there are more than a few reasons why being pregnant in the summer is actually the best… ridiculously hot days and all.
I am 21 weeks pregnant with my second and currently it is 88 degrees outside, with 53 percent humidity. Tomorrow it’s supposed to hit 92 degrees. Am I happy about it? Nope. Sweating profusely isn’t really my idea of a good time. But I’ve also been able to take the good with the bad, and in the process I’ve realized there is a lot of good involved when you’re pregnant in the summer. From what you can wear, to how sympathetic other people are, it’s…
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