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It’s perfectly normal and common for pregnant women to experience some sort of itching as their bellies—and other body parts—expand, but not all pregnancy itchiness is created equal.
When Sasha Exeter was 36, she got pregnant for the first time. And while she endured many hardships leading up to having her daughter Maxwell, she realized that being a first-time mom at the age she is now is how it was always meant to happen.
After an emotional, two-year-long journey to baby number one, to getting pregnant within the first month with her second kid, Natalie Preddie learned that no two pregnancies are the same.