The doctor explained my condition to me and made it clear that if I wanted the baby to survive, I would need to slow down. I had no option but to completelely stop my exercise routine and any travelling plans and to take it easy … very easy.
“Is that my shirt?” asked my boyfriend. “Well, it used to be”, I answered. I left him no choice but to share his clothes with me during my pregnancy. My reasoning was simple … my clothes don’t fit me and most of his does.
Lately I have been thinking about how safe my baby really is when I am using a standard seat belt. If I were to be involved in a car accident, would BOTH of us be safe?
I personally needed a lot of support. Juggling a career with all the changes and challenges that pregnancy throws at you, has not been an easy task.
“Your skin is going to break out … You can’t eat sushi … Don’t eat oranges or drink orange juice … Don’t eat ice … Don’t sleep too much … Don’t wear high heels …You need to take it easy and stay home until the baby is born … Don’t wear this, wear that instead … You need to gain at least 12kgs … If your belly itches, don’t scratch … Expect the ugly nose …”
Man Of Action Concepts Followed DJ Zinhle to Glasgow Scotland during the Commonwealth Games and documented her trip.
“I do not succeed because I am a woman, I succeed because I can, I succeed because it is my time.”
The only way to make sense out of change is to plunge into it, move with it, and join the dance.