17 Hilarious Letter Boards That Sum Up Your Pregnancy Mood

Pregnant and punny.
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By Nathalie Kirby, Assistant Social Media Editor
Updated March 11, 2019
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Whether you’re about to pop or you just found out you’re expecting, there’s no better way to show the world (and the ‘gram!) how you’re feeling than with a letter board. From your first bouts of morning sickness to the first time you feel the flutter of baby moving, the letter board is the ultimate way to relay your ever-evolving symptoms and emotions. Plus, there’s nothing that’ll make you feel better about your swollen toes and many, many trips to the bathroom than a whole community of moms-to-be who are in the exact same boat. Keep scrolling for letter board quotes that’ll make you say, “that’s so me!”

Half baked and happy.

Bad news, moms-to-be–pregnancy brain doesn’t go away—it just turns into mom brain.

Image: Jasmine

Popping bottles has a whole new meaning nowadays.

Image: Kimberly

Move over, skinny jeans–it’s time to bring in the stretchy pants.

We’re waiting on you, baby.

Ahh, the good old days.

Any day now, baby. There’s no more womb for you.

Image: Tamara

The next time someone asks you what trimester you’re in, respond with this.

Pregnancy = total eclipse of my heart, partial eclipse of my toes.

Baby gets what baby wants.

Image: My-Thanh

Teamwork makes the dream work…or gets those shoes laced up.

We’re not sure this is what they meant by adjusting your workout routine.

Image: Tamara

All I do is pee, pee, pee no matter what.

Image: Bethany

Mama’s gotta eat (and eat and eat).

Catch us waddling to the bathroom every 20 minutes. Isn’t pregnancy fun?

Is the name “baby” an option?

Kick me baby one more time (or don’t…please).

Inspired to write your own quote? Pick up your own letter board and let the world know how you’re feeling.

Published February 2019

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