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I love our new place but does moving pregnant ever suck. We spent all day yesterday moving in the big furniture, and because I can't really help lift couches and beds, I spent a good 5 solid hours on my hands and knees cleaning. I cleaned the stove, the entire fridge, the kitchen counters/sinks, both bathrooms....the list went on but it involved alot of scrubbing.

I felt ok last night but I woke up this morning and my back is KILLING me, and so are my legs and arms. To top it off I have strep throat and I feel like sh*t lol Ok i'm done my rant for the day/

Hope you all have a fantastic long weekend
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replied August 2nd, 2008
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awwwww wow i give u credit though... id be like, im pregnant..sooo nope not doin it lol
noo i probably would but id be complaining a lot more lol well go relax today, panper yourself or sumthin... go buy yourself sumthin new , or get a pedicure =] that should make you feel at least a little better =]
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replied August 4th, 2008
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Careful with the chemicals cleaning! I would wear a mask just in case. I'm sorry your back hurts so bad but I bet its worth it to be in a nice, new place.
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replied August 4th, 2008
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gosh do I know what you mean! We have moved 3 times since I got pregnant and it has been a miserable ordeal every single time. I cannot do much either so Im expected to clean also. I just spent this last weekend scrubbing, sweeping, and mopping out our old apartment. And yes my back is still hurting from it.

it sucks too cause hubby never fails to say I moved the entire house while she sat and relaxed...I just want to strangle him...lol.
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replied August 5th, 2008
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Put that nesting ability to work! lol

At least you have a clean house now for your new baby!!
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