A positive attitude in life is always a great thing, but I think you need this even more so when it comes to pregnancy, especially at the very beginning and towards the end when it can start to become overwhelming.
I have just entered my last 10 weeks of pregnancy and I am getting super excited to meet my little one but also a bit nervous. I have been told many a time that the last 10 weeks are the hardest because you just want your baby to come. You are uncomfortable, tired and emotional. But I have decided to ignore this and go into my last 10 weeks of pregnancy with love, surrender, peace and relaxation in the forefront of my mind and in my heart.
I want to cherish this time and not wish it away.
Please watch my video below where I talk more about this topic...
What do you think? Do you agree with me?
Will you take a stand to enjoy every single moment, no matter how hard it gets? Know that your baby won't be a baby forever; they will grow up to be an independent person who no longer needs you all the time.
Yes there will most likely be tears, overwhelm and anxiousness but there will also be love, joy and happiness.
Share with me in the comments below how you are feeling about your pregnancy, where are you at? What mindset path are you choosing to take?
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