We’ve collected the best Pregnant Quotes from the greatest minds of the world: Patti Harrison, Christiane Nusslein-Volhard, Frankie Shaw, Ian Ziering, Susan Wojcicki. Use them as an inspiration.
I bought a Honda CRX Si, a two seater, and immediately after I took possession, my wife and I found out we were pregnant.
Most women get pregnant and even though it’s a challenge physically and uncomfortable, they generally wanted to be pregnant.
I was effectively unemployed after my son was born. I resigned from Bristol because I wasn’t happy with the way my career was going then discovered I was pregnant when I was out of a job, but I was freelancing.
When you’re pregnant, you’re all gassy, and you’re hungry, but then you’re nauseous.
It’s a great thing about being pregnant – you don’t need excuses to pee or to eat.
I never went to college. I was pregnant at 23.
I got married only because I was pregnant. Simple as that. I am a very traditional girl and was horrified at the thought of having a child out of wedlock. I didn’t want a child of mine to be different or have fingers pointed at.
When you’re doing sketch comedy and you’re pregnant, it’s like wearing a giant sombrero in every sketch.
All the really pretty girls get pregnant.
Being pregnant is a conundrum. You have this freedom, because it’s a wonderful time that a human being is growing inside of you, and it is truly magical. On the other hand, your body changes.
In my family, people become pregnant at 33 or something, not 26.
When I told my mother I was pregnant, I thought she was going to have a heart attack.
Being pregnant is the most natural thing our bodies can do. Our grandparents did it without all these books, and they came out okay.
I didn’t binge when I was pregnant.
When I was pregnant for the first time, I could not believe how I gained so much weight.
Directing at seven-and-a-half months pregnant was lots of fun.
Despite amazing advances in fertility to help older women get pregnant, the complications, increased chances of autism, and chromosomal abnormalities are significant considerations.
My family made big sacrifices but little gestures mean a lot. My sister took me to training when she was pregnant.
After 40, your chances of getting pregnant are between two and eight percent, and in my particular case, they were less than five percent.
When I was growing up, I always read horror books, while my sister read romance novels. My sister became unmarried and pregnant during high school, and she kept saying, ‘This wasn’t supposed to happen! Why is this happening to me?’ Someone should have given her another book to read.
Marketers use big data profiling to predict who is about to get pregnant, who is likely to buy a new car, and who is about to change sexual orientations. That’s how they know what ads to send to whom. The NSA, meanwhile, wants to know who is likely to commit an act of terrorism – and for this, they need us.
There was a time when researchers imagined that Plan B, or the morning-after pill, might become not an emergency form of contraception but a routine one; women would take it once a month to induce a period and never even know whether they had gotten pregnant.
I really enjoyed being pregnant up until the point when the terrifying pains began.
What calmed me down finally was when my girlfriend got pregnant.
Right after I had Anaiya, I definitely wanted more kids. I was like: ‘I think I could do this professionally.’ Because I loved being pregnant so much.
I never understood when people go, ‘Oh my gosh, it’s so easy being pregnant.’ No, it’s hard. It’s the most beautiful thing, yes, but it’s hard.
A lot of women say they love being pregnant, but I wasn’t such a big fan.
A lot of the girls I grew up with were pregnant by the time they were 16. I just was lucky.
Your forties is not the time to be thinking about getting pregnant.
Ray Bradbury published his first story 29 years before I was born. He established himself as an international writer long before I arrived. When my mom was nine months pregnant with me, my father read Bradbury aloud to her as I listened intently, in utero. And I later became his biographer.
I learned so much about the toxicity of our environment while trying to get pregnant, I didn’t want to do anything to mess up the kid now that she was finally here.
Being pregnant is a wonderful thing. I have never understood why people make such a big deal of it though.
I’ve noticed that since I’ve been pregnant I see babies everywhere. I love talking to them. I never used to really like kids that much. I guess it comes out of you naturally.
Mama grizzlies mate later than other bears. They have two cubs instead of four. They wait four years – about twice as long as other bears – between having cubs. And after they’re pregnant, if winter is hard or their health is not good or the food supply is uncertain, they re-absorb the embryo into their body.
That’s the main reason I gave up my career after John was born and I was pregnant with Andrew. I could not handle going away day after day. The thought of going away before they got up and coming back after they were in bed was intolerable.
I loved being pregnant.
First we have to recognize that the cause of poverty is both structural and behavioral. And the first thing about the behavior part is that we need a moral revolution within the African American community. Look – no white racist makes you get pregnant when you are a black teenager.
I met my husband at 15, got married at 19, got pregnant a year later and then had three children after that.
For people who want to be proactive about their health, there is a lot of information that we can provide. If you are going to have children, I think you have a responsibility to know if you are carrying anything. A lot of people tend to do the testing once they are pregnant.
Mercury emissions will continue to harm the environment and to endanger the health of children and pregnant women, until this Administration puts public health before politics.
The first time I got pregnant, I was a young girl – I was 17 years old. Although I knew right away that I wanted to keep my child, being a pregnant teen was an extremely scary experience for me. Luckily, my family and friends were very supportive and were there for me every step of the way.
I want all women – teens, young women, older women, pregnant women, ageing women – to love and accept themselves.
When I got pregnant, I became very interested in natural products. You wonder what you’re putting on your skin when you’re carrying a child.
I don’t think I was pregnant during ‘Aradhana.’ But yes, during ‘Safar’ and ‘Choti Bahu’ I was pregnant and quite unwell in the last phase of my pregnancy. Then during ‘Besharam’ I was pregnant with Sabaa.
I wish I was one of those cute pregnant girls who wear skinny jeans throughout their pregnancies. But I just gain weight.
I like trying to get pregnant, I’m not so sure about childbirth.
The web, then, or the pattern, a web at once sensuous and logical, an elegant and pregnant texture: that is style, that is the foundation of the art of literature.
Before I was pregnant, I felt strong but not fit.
I was 47 when I got pregnant. I’d been trying for a couple of years and thought it would never happen.
There was something to me that was really compelling about that woman, already knowing she couldn’t get pregnant. When I made that movie I was maybe 24, and to be 24 and already know you can’t get pregnant, that was really interesting to me.
I’ve really loved being pregnant on set – it’s been terrific.
Bergman movies were the most influential. They used to show at Goucher University, which was where my parents used to live. ‘Brink of Life’ was the first one I ever saw. Three pregnant women in a maternity ward and their misery – I love that. That is what I want to show at my funeral.
I always say to my friends that are pregnant, I’ll be there don’t you worry, everything‘s going to be ok, if you’re with me you’ll be fine.
My daughter arrived when I was five months pregnant with my son. We adopted Melanie from Korea; she was 2 years old, almost 3. I always wanted to have a family. I had a good example because Melissa Hayden was a ballerina in our company, and she had two children and danced afterward, and Allegra Kent also did.
Some pro-life advocates focus almost exclusively on the rights and suffering of the unborn baby, while some pro-choice advocates focus equally exclusively on the rights and suffering of pregnant women. This is a distortion of the moral choice that confronts us as a society.
I’ve had the kind of complex life I write about. I was a single mother for 12 years. I’d been engaged. The wedding fell through. I then discovered I was pregnant and opted to have the child on my own. I was a professor. I was in my mid-30s. I could manage it financially.
I’m not being like, ‘Hey, everybody, I’m pregnant!’ I’m not that girl.
Not long after Kroy and I got married, we found out I was pregnant with a baby boy! We knew we wanted another baby without a doubt, we just wanted to be married first, so the timing was absolutely perfect.
I went through years of unsuccessful fertility treatments, first in my hometown of D.C., then in New York City, where it finally happened – I got pregnant with my son, my miracle boy.
I always said, ‘Whenever I get pregnant, I’m going to embrace all of the body changes that happen.’ My focus has not been on any sort of snap-back or anything like that, because your body won’t be the same after giving birth, and if anything, that’s something to be celebrated, embraced, and owned.
I defy any woman who is pregnant and trying to concentrate really hard not to feel distracted.
I could not understand why Meryl Streep, for example, is allowed to work while pregnant and I’m not.
To get pregnant, I have resorted to artificial insemination. I want to openly talk about it because this is an opportunity to show my gratitude to all those anonymous donors who help many women to meet, like me, the dream of their life.
It can be refugees, it can be a pregnant mother, it can be a 15-year-old… homelessness can happen to everybody.
What does this Heidi Parker look like pregnant? What does she look like first thing in the morning? Or bending over? What do any of these bloody ‘journalists‘ look like that makes them find the normal appearance of celebrities so offensive?
Childbirth and being pregnant is something that I’ve always wanted. I feel like you feel the most feminine; you look the most feminine.
You can’t be partially pregnant.
Whatever you thought you would wear when you got pregnant, you won’t be wearing that.
I always see those jeans with the stretchy front on pregnant women, and they look like the dreamiest thing ever.
Technically, my first acting job was in one of my videos for a song called ‘Retrospect For Life,’ which Lauryn Hill directed and featured an actress by the name of N’bushe Wright, who played my girlfriend who was about to be pregnant. I remember being so nervous about it, but now I feel like I can conquer the world with it.
To finally get that call from the doctor that you’re pregnant and you’re having a baby…. It was just another world.
I find a pregnant body to be beautiful and an incredible reminder of what a woman’s body is made to do.
Oh, listen, honey, I’m never gonna be photographed in a bikini again. That’s all over. But I love being pregnant.
I always think, look at how people were before they were pregnant. If you were a toned, healthy, energetic person, most likely you will be like that again.
Don’t overplan your life. Joining Google when I was four months pregnant was a bit of a leap, but sometimes you have to do the right thing for you right now.
I had friends of mine tell me they had a baby, and I didn’t even know they were pregnant.
There was a time when I’d resigned myself to never having my own family, so to fall pregnant with Belle was overwhelming.
I’m not a great pregnant woman.
I know what it’s like to be pregnant and nervous and poor.
When you’re pregnant or living with an infant, there’s a kind of sacredness around your body that affects everything you do.
I’d been a stepparent for about two years with a woman who had a child, and I came to realize I adored children and was good with them. So I was very happy when Anna got pregnant.
When I hear the words ‘Women should be barefoot and pregnant and in the kitchen,’ I think, ‘What. A. Dream.’ There are no negative connotations to it.
When Giovanna was pregnant with Buzz, I was searching so much on what it’s like to be a dad. If I can provide any insights that’s obviously a really good thing to spread.
First I made a dress because I was pregnant and I wanted to be the most beautiful pregnant woman. Then I made a sweater because I wanted to have one that wasn’t like anyone else‘s.
I think the word ‘pregnant’ is funny.
I’m never as happy as when I’m pregnant. I literally would have 10 babies if I could!
My parents landed in Calgary in December 1974, straight from Nairobi. They were immigrants, like many people coming to build a better life. My mom was five months pregnant with me when they landed.
I am not a pregnant working mother wronged.
What I hated then – and hate now – is the way that people say to girls like me who get pregnant young that it ruins your life. Having a child doesn’t ruin your life – having a child is a blessing.
We have an idea that the man should help pay for the child. But we don’t have a law that says a man has to support any woman he gets pregnant. Why is that? Because she doesn’t have the baby yet. But if we’re going to say it’s a human being, then he should be supporting her during pregnancy.
When I got pregnant with my first child, I gained nearly 5st. I did a bit of pretending: ‘I’m just really small, so I just put on a lot of weight when I’m pregnant.’ That is true, but I also ate a lot of cake.
I think having been a pregnant woman, or having just given birth, you are just so thankful for any help you can get immediately before and after.
I graduated law school nine months pregnant and didn’t take a job.
Being pregnant is an occupational hazard of being a wife.
Number one, I am somebody who is in shape before I get pregnant. I get in pregnant shape because it’s not my normal shape, obviously. I get bigger when I’m pregnant. But I stay in pregnant shape and I work really hard to be really strong and keep my circulation going.
As governor, I will work to reform the practice of solitary confinement, which studies and medical and psychological associations say causes negative mental health effects on children, pregnant women and people living with mental illness.
To put it mildly, I’m not crazy about the implication that pregnant women are incapable of deciding for themselves.
When I have an idea, I’m like a pregnant woman. I just have to deliver.
Every woman who has been pregnant knows that it messes with your mind a little bit. You are suddenly someone else: you are a mother who is now responsible for another human being. That’s awesome, but it changes who you are.
My marriage ended when I was pregnant with my second child. I lost all the support system with little money left. Then the book ‘Who Moved My Cheese‘ changed my life.
I love being pregnant, I love giving birth, I love all that, it’s like wearing a wedding dress, I don’t want that all to be over.
When I got pregnant, I knew I wasn’t anywhere in my career, that I had not arrived. I was still on my adventure, and so I said to the child in my belly, ‘I am so happy for you to come, but you should know I’m still on my way, and you’ll have to come with me and be in my rucksack.’
I saw how changing my diet really benefitted my health. After I changed my diet, I was able to get pregnant, and then my eczema went away, and then my migraines went away.
Of course I’d like children. But I have to get over my impression that being pregnant is like popping corn. You expand and expand until you pop.
I like trying to get pregnant. I’m not so sure about childbirth.
When I found out I was pregnant, I was 22. It was really scary because I was working the music thing, and with a kid coming, you just can’t live that life with a child.
I feel like having children – and the illness I had when I was pregnant – is probably more important than anything else to the person I am now. I’m massively aware of how we can take everything for granted – how fragile life is.
It is said that the present is pregnant with the future.
Becoming pregnant can be difficult at the best of times.
Being pregnant is supposed to be the happiest time in your life.
Since I’ve been pregnant, I’ve lost my taste for fast food. I used to be the biggest McDonald‘s junkie and now I don’t like it anymore. I used to be the biggest fast-food connoisseur, and now I’ve really lost my taste for it.
My dream job would be to design a sexy maternity collection, maybe also beautiful lingerie for expecting women. It’s impossible to find nice sexy lingerie anywhere for pregnant or nursing women, which is when you actually need an extra boost of confidence and feel sexy.
When I first learned I was pregnant with my son, I had only two firm convictions about parenting: I knew it was important, and I knew that I wanted to get it right. I was 29 at the time.
Nobody wants to see a bejeweled pregnant lady from top to bottom.
We’re pretty sure Liz fell pregnant on our wedding night.
I think it affected me physically and emotionally, yes. I did have my ups and downs, but I actually had more ups and downs after the shots were finished and she was pregnant because of the reality of being pregnant with twins.
I always did feel beautiful when I was pregnant, but I do feel more me when I’m my normal size.
I’ve found the entire process of being pregnant to be such a miraculous, beautiful time.
You realize when you’re pregnant how lucky you are to have access to medical care.
The biggest food-related risk in pregnancy is listeria. It’s a dangerous bacteria, to which pregnant women are especially susceptible, that can lead to miscarriage or stillbirth.
When I was pregnant with my daughter Vivianne, I gained 55 lbs. I was so swollen. I craved anything that would make any woman gain a ton of weight, and I was sick for five months straight.
I was just a normal athlete. My mother tried to spark something in me. She was an athlete in high school before she got pregnant with my older brother. She was 16, and that was it for her when it came to track and her education.
Truthfully, being pregnant is changing me as a person. Each day is part of this amazing journey that has completely shifted the focus of my life and made me reevaluate my personal and professional goals.
I’m definitely not getting married. In this business, you’re either getting married or they want you to be pregnant. I’m not getting married until I’m forty. If ever.
I think a lot of people get pregnant and decide they can turn into garbage disposals.
My wife and I left New York when she got pregnant – we just thought it would be really hard to stay in the city.
With women composing nearly half the American workforce and increasingly serving as the primary breadwinner for families, we can’t afford to treat pregnant women differently than their counterparts, especially when slight job modifications could help them stay in the workforce at no risk to their health.
My mom got pregnant when she was 15. She dropped out of high school. She died in her forties, but before she died, she went back and finished high school.
I had a pregnancy that wasn’t private… A lot of people had their opinions about it. They were surprised that I came up pregnant, which was a surprise to me, because I’m a woman, and women get pregnant, and Lauren comes first before the actress, so having my son was the best thing that ever happened to me.
When I got pregnant, I had to concentrate on being pregnant for a whole nine months, even though I knew it was ruining my career at the time.
I looooove cookbooks. I cook a lot when I’m pregnant.
Finding out I was pregnant was one of the most joyous moments in my life. I will never forget it.
Doesn’t matter whether it’s a teen girl who’s pregnant, hasn’t told her parents, or an elderly couple dealing with one of them being diagnosed with Alzheimer‘s. Those are real people to me. Those are the people I dealt with every single day.
When you’re suddenly pregnant and no one is standing by your side, even if you’re in your 30s, it’s a hard conversation. I’m a traditional girl, and I believe in marriage, and I just always thought that’s the way I’d be doing this.
It’s an established fact. Some women can’t stand being pregnant, getting big and bloated, and hauling around a giant stomach, and some women, for reasons probably understood by Darwin, love it.
While you’re pregnant, I suggest that you eat like you regularly do. Yes you can eat a little more, but eat healthier for as long as you can.
When I first decided to launch a clothing line, I was pregnant with my daughter Spencer-Margaret, so I looked for a retailer with values that mirrored my own growing family concerns. Kmart is a family store where value-conscious moms shop, so my partnership with Kmart seemed like a natural fit.
It’s no secret I like to dress a bit sexy and body-conscious, and as soon as I was pregnant, it was like it was inappropriate to dress the way that I dress. And that really annoyed me. It’s a wrong message that dressing feminine and sexy and being a mother can’t go together.
I remember when I got pregnant, I had several peers of mine, women, who said to me, ‘Now that you’re pregnant, you’re probably gonna give up the music thing, right?’ I was like, ‘I’m not crippled. I’m just having a baby.’
When I was happily married and found myself pregnant, I just thought that this would be just the next, normal chapter. I was absolutely thrilled. So what a surprise it was when it turned out to be the hardest thing I’ve ever done.
When I was in high school, if one of my friends got pregnant, I’d be the first person they’d come to. I never was judgmental.
I got pregnant at 40 by surprise. It’s funny, because when we found out we were pregnant, I said, ‘Okay, let’s experience that.’ You just have to just go with it because it’s rare.
My wife at home. She didn’t have a pregnant belly anymore, nobody to cling to, no shoulder to cry on, no one to talk to, while I’m at work getting the love and everybody just patting me on the back. I was mad. I felt that I should be at home helping my best friend get past the grief.
My son, Jett, is two, and when I was pregnant my nose got bigger, so I got a new one. Everything was bigger for a while after having Jet, but I knew I needed to be able to walk up my stairs without being winded. It took me two years to lose 60 lbs – lots of walking, bike-riding, kick-boxing and performing.
I love to wear dresses when I’m pregnant.
I’m a little disappointed in myself because before getting pregnant, I resolved to do all these things during my pregnancy to nurse a healthy pregnancy. And so I’m finding in these final weeks that I didn’t do any of them.
I thought, ‘When I get pregnant, someone will be looking for a pregnant woman. I’ll do a movie about a pregnant woman.’ But that didn’t happen.
I love babies. I love being pregnant and I loved giving birth.
I think my mom drove by a nuclear power plant when she was pregnant. But I wouldn’t be in ‘The Station Agent’ if she hadn’t.
I had the experience last year of directing my first feature while I had a 1-year-old son and while I was also pregnant, so I am now well aware of the difficulties women who are rearing children face when they’re also trying to make headway in mainstream of film.
When I went back to the White House to be the communication director under Obama, I was six-months pregnant.
I became pregnant by my first love at 17 and did what my parents thought was the right thing. I married him. My first husband and I moved to Janesville, Wis., where he worked in a Chrysler plant.
If you look around Brazil you see pregnant women everywhere. Here you don’t see that as much. There the only thing they do is babies, babies, babies! Especially the poor families.
People are constantly asking me if I’m pregnant, but I don’t like to talk about it too much. I just think about it as the next phase. We’ll see.