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    mskay251983 posted:
    I am so tired yet it so uncomfortable for me to sleep.Cant seem to find a good position my mind is racing and little one is doing somersaults.I tried drinking some tea but that doesn't seem to help. Oh 9 more weeks to go
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    Springmama13 responded:
    Im 37wks and still find it uncomfortable to sleep at times. But lately i have been getting the best sleep in the a.m, thats when she decides shes finally ready to sleep. I suggest maybe sleeping when the baby does cuz all that kicking can be very uncomfortable and make u mad. Especially when daddy is sleeping so peacefully w/o a care in the world! A bodypillow is good also


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