~you can't quite remember what it was like to take a deep breath.
~you can no longer tie your shoes without grunting.
~you know you'll be up at least twice during the night to go potty.
~getting up out of a chair is a process with multiple steps.
~people alternately say things like "you're not very big" and "you're huge!"
~reaching the sink to wash dishes requires an extension of your arms.
~carrying laundry baskets is getting trickier.
~carrying toddlers on your hip looks so uncomfortable--for the toddler.
~trying to rest with a baby bumping all around inside your belly is more about lying stationary for a few minutes than actually sleeping.
~when you drop something, you stop to think about how badly you really want to retrieve it: Is it worth trying to bend all the way to the floor?
~if you do decide to go for the dropped item, you look around and think "what else could I accomplish now that I'm down here?"
~indigestion is your constant companion.
~you know that in 8 weeks (more or less) you will meet this little person and all of this will be a memory...and I, for one, will miss being pregnant.
I always do.