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A sign!

So yesterday I was considering making tomorrow a pamper day for me.... well today I logged into my Fertility Friend Pregnancy site and this was todys tip:
Pamper Yourself: If you can make the time, try to pamper yourself. Better yet, let others pamper you. This may mean a warm (not too hot) bath, using lotions, accepting a massage, enjoying your favorite movie, or listening to music by candle light. Not only will this make you feel rejuvenated if you are fatigued by your pregnancy or if you feel depressed by your changing form, but after your dear baby arrives, it will be a rare luxury indeed! (Though one you should still insist upon from time to time, especially when you are feeling worn out).

Sounds like a plan!


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