I have a friend who had the same exact questions as I did, the first time I was pregnant with her daughter. While I didn’t remember the exact moment, she said she felt the pregnancy shaking and she remembered her baby kicking and crying but saying nothing. I don’t remember the exact moment but I do remember that was how she felt. The shaking was so intense it scared me, but I knew it was ok.
The reason this happened was because our son, David, was very active during his first few months of life. His first three months felt like a roller coaster ride. Like, he just kept getting bigger and bigger and bigger, and every time he did, he was so excited to show off that he just kept on going. He was just so loud and active, and that was something I couldnt help but enjoy.
David just kept growing and growing. He started gaining weight and had a bigger tummy. I know that sounds weird, but once you start to see how your child is growing, you really start to understand why it is so important to always make sure you’re doing what you can to be as active as possible.
I know that sounds weird, but a few weeks ago David was so active, it was like he was running around the house and I was running around the house. When he was little, he used to be so quiet and reserved. I just like how David is now, always doing something, just being active with his energy. I think I will even start to consider my kids to be energy. Its nice to know that I am making progress.
I know it sounds like i’m making progress, but this is a common and understandable phenomenon. During a typical pregnancy, especially if you’re only doing it for the second time, you’re more likely to eat a ton of high-calorie carbs. You’re also more likely to forget to exercise a ton of times.
This is the same phenomenon that comes with the normal stages of menopause. It’s called “reserved energy.” As it turns out, during the early stages of pregnancy, you can’t really control whether you eat a ton of high-calorie carbs. So you’ll start eating all the high-calorie carbs you can find, even if you just think they’re healthy.
It’s not a big deal. Don’t worry about it. And in fact, the idea of eating a ton of high-calorie carbs is probably better than exercising all the time.
But what about the rest of the times that you feel like you may be over the “normal” pregnancy weight? There are a few ways you can feel like you’re losing weight during the early stages of pregnancy, and then just as quickly gain it back after the baby comes. This is mainly because youre no longer as hungry as you were. Youre in a better mood and you know you’ll eat all the chocolate you want.
Youll find that this feeling is more of a “feeling” rather than a “diet”. Many of us feel like we are losing weight when weve already eaten too much food. It’s a feeling that is so common that it doesn’t require much in the way of explanation. But for others, the feeling of being hungry often comes in waves, that is, as the baby grows and you lose weight.
You see, the reason we get hungry is because we are constantly eating. Even if youve only eaten 1 or 2 ounces of chocolate before, you still feel hungry because your body is still eating it. The only way to get rid of that hunger is to eat less and eat faster, and that usually means that you are eating more for the first 2-3 hours after a meal. This is also why you feel hungry if youve had no food for a long time.