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Pregnancy Timeline Guide

By Liz Cole

I now only have 4 months left until my baby is born. I am now over half way along the pregnancy time and I am now starting to feel good. It feels that I have been pregnant for a lifetime almost! I am just wishing the weeks away now until I finish work and start my maternity leave.

I am going go over, quite briefly, how I have coped on my pregnancy timeline. I found out quite early I was pregnant, only a couple of days after my period was due. I was very excited about being pregnant but worried at the same time. I didn’t have a feeling that I was pregnant and worried.

Suddenly it just hits you. People say that the first trimester of the pregnancy timeline is the hardest and I would agree with that (although I haven’t finished yet!). You feel a lot of the pregnancy symptoms. I really struggled with tiredness and sickness. I wasn’t actually sick but I did have that feeling a lot. I also had headaches, backaches and I did moan at my boyfriend a lot!

I was very excited about going to my first scan. You do this after your twelfth week. You don’t really find out a lot but it is wonderful to see your baby moving about on screen.

When I was almost three and a half months I felt a lot better. This is a pleasant time on the pregnancy timeline. Now not feeling sick and I have much more energy. I understand that I will get some of those feelings back going into the third trimester but I think that I am in a better position to cope with that.

How far along the pregnancy timeline should you be before you start buying things for the baby? People have different opinions but I have started now and loving it.

Discover more information about experiences you will have along the pregnancy timeline by visiting Liz’s blog. There she goes into all the facts about how you can deal with your pregnancy symptoms.

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Cole, Liz "Pregnancy Timeline Guide." Pregnancy Timeline Guide. 26 Aug. 2010. 18 Aug 2014 <>.

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Cole, L (2010, August 26). Pregnancy Timeline Guide. Retrieved August 18, 2014, from

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Cole, Liz "Pregnancy Timeline Guide"

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