MTV’s “The Challenge” Star Kam Williams just recently announced that she’s expecting baby #2 with her fiancé and co-star Leroy Garrett and we’re so happy for the two!!
Kam is very open on social media about her pregnancy experience and she’s not holding back at all with her current pregnancy.
This time around, it’s much harder on her than the first time because she’s sick all of the time.
“This right here sums up my entire experience with this pregnancy since we found out in June. Morning sickness is an understatement, I’ve been sick all day everyday 😭
Here are some of my thoughts:
– It should be illegal for women to physically go to work feeling like this (Please look into The Pregnant Workers Fairness Act to make sure you’re being accommodated at work)
– I feel like the end of the pregnancy is soooo far away (it is next year!!)
– I’ve been in the second trimester for 3 days now & still feel like this 🥺😭
– I’m mentally checking out but trying to hang in there
– This is not a “beautiful” experience to me at all so far & the complete opposite of my first pregnancy.
– I’m not enjoying this pregnancy & don’t feel guilty about it 🤷🏽♀️
– Im so sick of laying down all the time & scrolling. Im ready to exercise, cook, clean & work again!
– I always have a plastic bag in case I get sick 🤢
– My heart goes out to the mommas who don’t have a support system through their pregnancy. If it wasn’t for Lee idk how I’d be able to take care of my child & our household. He’s been holding it down (As he should!)
– Everyone thinks I’m having a girl but wouldn’t it be crazy if I had another boy with an opposite pregnancy experiences? 😂
– I don’t even care what I’m having at this point… I’m just ready for them to be full term/healthy & get out of me already
– You know how moms say the moment you give birth you feel regular again & back to yourself? I can’t even envision that & feel like I’ll feel like this forever 😭… I forgot what it’s like to feel normal 😢
– I keep asking everyone when I’ll feel better & I just wanna be told “immediately” & actually feel better immediately 😭
– Creating content again is helping to distract my mind a little & a way for me to vent. Thank you all for being here for me 🙏🏽🥰”
We hope Kam feels better soon and we love that she’s sharing her experience!
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