Everyone has their own little "things" during pregnancy that they believe in or not. One that has been "a topic" for me lately is lifting. I don't get too many comments that bother me in general, but I'm kind of tired of the weak pregnant lady scenario.
I stepped up and helped someone carry a toy across the yard last week (Probably 10lbs, barely anything, just a big blow-up toy) and heard "why is the pregnant lady carrying that?"
At church, I was carrying my daughter for a moment (she is about 43lbs) and someone had to tell me how her sister had ended up with a breach baby because she kept carrying her other kids.
Now, I'm not dumb. If it feels like I'm straining or will strain my muscles, I ask for help, but I really think that women have lifted and worked through pregnancies for thousands of years. For good or bad, my DH doesn't believe in babying me at all either. I've carried many heavy tubs and items up and down stairs at our house, etc. I'm just careful about it. (I worry as much about falling on the stairs than the weight itself.)
Anyway, that was my annoyance for the week. Anyone else tired of "advice" and "comments" of any type?