My son was four months when I got pregnant with my daughter. They are 13 months apart. When I was in the later months of my pregnancy my son was walking, crawling, and being a general toddler. (Almost toddler) It was tough at times, because it was hard to chase him, pick him up, and get down on the floor with him. However, my son is really easy going, laid back, and listens well, so most days it was easy. However, on the days it was difficult were the days I went to bed incredibly sore, in pain, and feeling like I could sleep for a month. You just have to pick your battles with your toddler. Walk your toddler to the highchair, or crib before you put them in it. That will help ease the pain of always picking them up. Take naps when they take naps, and make sure you take it as easy as possible during MS/Nausea.
at 12:17 PM on Nov. 29, 2009