My pregnancies! 

I wanted to share my stories of my pregnancies, one which is very interesting to say the least.

Pregnancy number 1: Rosie-Belle! Rosie was a surprise pregnancy, I was really young! Being 14 I never imagined that I would become a mum. I had periods through out my pregnancy (roughly 5 months) and when I missed a period I was scared. We went to tell my mum and obviously it through her back majorly. We went to the doctors and I had a scan, I found out I was 29 weeks and 3 days. I was terrified. I had 11ish weeks to get my head around the fact I was becoming a mum and I had to get everything ready. Time for the rush hey! We all managed to get our heads around it and the next minute she was born. I didn’t have a hard pregnancy! Obviously! No morning sickness, no weight gain till the end… nothing. Towards the end I had a small bad back. It was a crazy time!

Pregnancy number 2: Miyah! Me and Michael tried for Miyah! I found out I was pregnant at 4 weeks and that’s when the trouble started 🙃. When I was 6 weeks I started to get pain in my stomach, we went to get heckled out and I was offered a early pregnancy scan. When I went I found out I was 7 weeks (8 weeks because my 12 week scan showed different) and there was no heartbeat. We went back two weeks later and we finally saw a little tiny heartbeat! We was over the moon. At 8 weeks I got SPD, how amazing😏. I had my 12 weeks scan and I found out I was 13 weeks pregnant! A tiny little human, that I was growing. I was so proud. At 16 weeks I had reduced movements that was all settled within a day. At 24 weeks I was having contractions and reduced movements, the contractions stopped and I started to feel her move again. Phew! It doesn’t stop there. When I was hospital I had tests done and I found out I had group b strep, this meant I couldn’t have the home birth I wanted neither my second option of a water birth. I was heartbroken and I must have cried for about 3 days straight. This now means when I have more pregnancies I will need antibiotics in labour. At 28 weeks I had more reduced movements and I was kept in for a bit. I didn’t feel my baby move for about 3 days and then on the 4th day I had the biggest kick in the world. After that I had movements all day everyday! Nothing happened then till I was 36 weeks pregnant. For 5 days I had not felt her move, I was monitored and tests where done. I went home and a couple days after I was laid in bed and I coughed 😂 and my hind waters went. No contractions nothing but i had to get check out due to the Group B Strep. I was kept in over night and I was induced the next day. Miyahs pregnancy was so so different to Rosie’s! I had terrible heartburn backache and spd but in the end I had it was all worth it.

I am so grateful to have my girls in my life, they mean the world to me and I would walk to the end of the earth for them!

Thank you for reading,

Becca x

You may also like: When Rosie met Miyah!

This blog post is Day 3 of the 7 day blogging challenge. See my previous post Cloth Nappies to check out how to join.

5 Comments Add yours

  1. Isabel says:

    Oh bless look at those tiny babies! You’re so brave going through all that. I’m glad it turned out ok in the end. I like reading these stories as I dont have kids and I always wonder what it could be like if I have them.

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  2. Lauren says:

    I’m glad both your babies turned out okay. I’d have been terrified, being pregnant at 14. Hell, I’d be terrified being pregnant now! But I’m happy to hear your mother was supportive of you (once she got her head around it). That last pic where your daughter is sticking her tongue out is adorable.

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    1. Mygirlsandme says:

      Thank you so much sweet x


  3. awh this is the cutest story ever, I hope one day your daughters come across this & get to read it themselves , that would be so adorable.

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