Mind blowing orgasms… and other great reasons to be pregnant!

Who would have thought that the number one reason to be pregnant is the same reason that got you knocked up in the first place?

After reading my last blog post my BFF Netty had this to say:

"The hands of my biological clock automatically fell off and my eggs have been scrambled...what a scare!!!

Hold your horses! Do. Not. Panic. It’s not all doom and gloom for pregnancy. Some of my baby mommas had rave reviews - o.k., so that might be stretching the truth - but they embraced and enjoyed pregnancy and all the changes that come with it.

Admit it, even the most cynical amongst us must confess that there is something pretty freaking awesome, if not downright miraculous about the child-bearing process. It must be an exhilarating and incredible high to give birth to a living, breathing human being. Oh, what power!

With that said, here are the 10 things that made pregnancy worth every bit of the havoc it wreaked on the perfectly sculpted bodies of my baby mommas!

You said:

10. Being pregnant gave me a new-found respect for my mom, instantly. I now know what it means to love unconditionally.

9. The somersaults inside me were such precious moments that the hip pains and sleepless nights were totally worth it.

8. The pain that comes with natural birth miraculously goes away once the baby comes out.

7. For every time that I was pregnant, each one was different but I was always fascinated by the wonder and joy that filled me, knowing that I was carrying a life.

6. There are no words to describe the love that you feel when your innocent and perfectly formed child looks into your eyes and smiles.

5. Being pregnant was actually very fun and there’s nothing like feeling someone move inside, responding to my touch and cuddling up under my rib cage.

4. You’ll realize that as much as you love your hubby there is a different, better, lovelier kind of love that exists with a life growing inside you! I can't explain it or begin to put it into words but what I will say is this: When it really hits home and that baby makes his first kick or any movement, then and only then, will you truly understand that being pregnant (no matter what it does to your body or your mood) is such a blessing and an amazing gift from God!

[Drumroll please!  Confetti drop]

And the top three reasons are:

The Big "O"

The Big "O"

3. OH. MY. GOD. My sex drive was incredible! Who would have thought that the sex would have been so great?!

2.  Hands down, pregnancy orgasms are the biggest and best ones you'll ever get! Hallejuah!

1. There is absolutely no question about it; sex during pregnancy is simply mind-blowing!

In the words of a dear friend:

“If you are in a position to embrace it and what it ultimately represents, then pregnancy can be one of the most BEAUTIFUL, SEXY and POWERFUL times of your life. You are the epitome of fertility. Everything about you physically changes, screams sex, reproduction and life. You are like a GODDESS deigning to share the experience with mere males and lesser mortals. The downsides are annoying but if your pregnancy is a good one, you can ignore them and RULE THE WORLD!”

Beyoncé says it best:

“Strong enough to bear the children then get back to business! Who run the world? GIRLS!”

12 Responses

  1. James

    nice to hear women are having such intense long lasting multiple orgasms, you women truly deserve them for all you go through, the periods, having to pee sitting down, 9 months of pregnancy, child birth, I know as a man I will never experience these kind of orgasms, maybe the quick 5 second burst of bliss is all we get, because we don’t have to have babies, and women get rewarded with sometime minutes of multiple orgasms during pregnancy, that are probably ten time as intense as ours, I do admit of get jealous of women’s pregnant orgasms, but women deserve that extra perk more than the men, my girlfriend would have 20 orgasms back to back when she was pregnant and didn’t stop until 10 minutes later, I told her wow, as guys get 10 seconds if we’re lucky, it must be pretty cool to be a pregnant woman. I got to admit being able to pee standing up is a neat perk as well.

  2. A well deserved blogging win! Congratulations!

  3. Hello! This is my first time at your blog (I got here from your nomination at the JA Blog Awards). I found this post entertaining *and* informative, haha. It’s great to know I have something to look forward to, despite all the physiological downsides of pregnancy.

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  4. Word. To all of em!

  5. Kerry- Ann Tapper

    Omg this is so powerful u make me want to go have a baby now dwl

    • @ Kerry, have read the post before? It may temper your enthusiasm 🙂

  6. LB

    #8 is a lie from the pit of hell! The sex is great in the second trimester and can continue to be if you are healthy even during the third.

    • LOL @ LB! I am sure that the experience is different for everyone!

  7. Dian

    I am pleased to know that orgasms will still be possible during pregnancy. This was a great read.

  8. marsha

    That is not the only thing!! I got the stretch marks n the belly isn’t flat anymore. However, my morning sickness was really just for the morning and if I ate fruits then I would be ok! My skin color remained the same n the belly actually “shout out ” when I was 8months. Also some women were not as fortunate as me, I didn’t really have no pain. Its like I pushed twice and my baby was here! Now he is 10 and the best part, he open doors for ladies which he didn’t get from his father! He made breakfast for me, and said mommy breakfast in bed. The little things he does counts n no one to him like mommy. That is reward because even when you exercise the stubborn belly is still there. However the love you share with your children/child help you to ignore it sometimes

  9. Tamara Joyles Fray

    while I love the top three reasons…Im still scarred by all those comments on the previous blog….I do want a child but after reading it, I’m scared….one thing for sure I have a higher respect for mothers….this makes me love and appreciate my mother even more…