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Hands Off The Belly

Every pregnant woman gets used to being stared at, but sometimes those same people also want to touch. And that's where a lot of expectant moms want to draw the line.
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Review 1 for Hands Off The Belly

Date:October 15, 2013
i know how you feel there its hard not to hurt feelings when you dont want your tummy pated at all i find that most peaple find it hard to risest when you get to your at the bigs point
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Review 2 for Hands Off The Belly

Date:October 7, 2013
I am very big on personal space too! I'm not Buddha, rubbing my belly does not bring you luck, please stop :) but unfortunately it's inevitable.
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Review 3 for Hands Off The Belly

Date:October 23, 2012
It's probably a good time to politely establish some personal boundaries as after the baby is born you'll have to deal with people wanting to touch/hold the baby.
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Review 4 for Hands Off The Belly

Date:January 10, 2012
I have a 5 month old baby now, and when I was pregnant with him I had a lot of people wanting to touch my belly. For the most part I was ok with it, but sometimes I just needed my space. When I did need that hands off time I would just tell the person that my belly wasn't feeling good (which happened at times), or that it wasn't a good day to touch baby. That was with friends and my church family... with strangers I only had to deal with the touching thing a couple of times and I let them, almost reluctantly, because what do you say when they ask so politely? I think if I didn't trust the person asking I would have said no thank you... most of the time it was just lots of people staring or giving smiles though.
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Review 5 for Hands Off The Belly

Date:December 20, 2011
I AM ALSO NOT A VERY TOUCHY PERSON..AND AM SELF CONSCIOUS ABOUT MY BELLY. THIS IS A GREAT ARTICLE WITH TIPS ON HOW TO AVOID THIS PROBLEM
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Review 6 for Hands Off The Belly

Date:July 24, 2011
I am expecting my first child in about 3 weeks, I have been trying for about 8 years to have a baby so I find myself constantly touching my belly in awe and am perfectly happy with it. Although I dont really want strangers groping me, as I am sure all moms agree that is just weird, I do however have no problem with people I know touching my belly. I think this is because I am so proud that I finally did it, this is my biggest achievement and, like a trophy, I want everyone to be just as proud of this as I am, and so I enjoy their awe and tummy rubs as much as I enjoy doing it myself. :)
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Review 7 for Hands Off The Belly

Date:May 12, 2011
I am a young teacher and expecting my first baby. The other teachers and staff are always commenting on my growing belly. Most have been pretty good at not touching it. The students however, are very curious and are always reaching out for my belly. I have swatted hands, backed away, and threatened them. I've even patted their belly if they actually touched mine. I can do this to the kids, but I feel disrespectful if i ask an adult not to touch me.
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