Nine months of pregnancy lessons couldn't fit into one post so here's round two. Read my first post here.
Nauseousness can come back at the end of pregnancy. Eating a poptart after you brush your teeth will help. But probably will only make your next dentist trip even worse than it already is.
Speaking of dentists, going while you're pregnant isn't as bad as when you're not because they can't do x-rays and can't tell you about all the cavities you have.
You may have the desire to tell your doctor that there is a real baby in your belly (as oppose to every other patient he has) and he should give you an extra ultrasound to assure you everything is fine.
The emotional worries and fears are far harder to deal with than any physical pregnancy symptom.
People like to stare at pregnant bellies.
You may spend about two hours in the middle of the night thinking you are experiencing contractions and going into labor soon and then after going to the bathroom realize there is a good chance it was just gas.
You will be almost as excited to see your husband hold your baby as you are to hold her yourself. Almost.
Getting your pregnant self tan is not as easy as you think. Apparently the sun will only hit the top circle of your big belly and leave you with a red and even itchier stomach. (Which makes for some funny tan lines on your post pregnant belly.)
Pregnancy weight gain is far from predictable. You can gain 5 pounds one month and one the next. It is hard to not let it mess with you.
The waiting at the end of pregnancy can take quite the emotional toll on yourself. The days go by ridiculously slow and as much as you hear you need to enjoy the time to relax by yourself, your desire to meet your baby and get passed the labor will far outweigh any desire to "relax."
It is never a good idea to try on your shorts from last summer when you are nine months pregnant just to see how they may fit. Nothing good will come of it.