The best part of pregnancy
We asked our Facebook fans and Twitter followers what their favourite part of being pregnant was.
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We asked our Facebook fans and Twitter followers, "What was your favourite part of being pregnant?" and here's what they had to say:

To show off my tummy and feel baby move - Soleil Otten

Getting spoilt rotten, not getting my periods and baby's movement. I had an easy pregnancy, no morning sickness and no weird cravings. - Natasha Kock

I'm 17 weeks at the moment, haven't yet felt baby move but up until now its been seeing baby move on 4D scan and seeing my 'boepie' grow :) - Diann Hutchison

My glowing skin and thick hair texture.My partner massaging my tummy and him being there during birth! - Ntsiki Jacobs

Everything! It was such an amazing experience and for me addictive!! ;) - Hayley Markham

Hearing his heart beat for the first time :) - Coleen Nair

Just actually being pregnant, after many years of waiting. - Debbie Bowley Haylett

Being able to love so deeply - @TamrynTinline

Feeling my precious son kicking, the special way pregnant ladies are treated & exchanging knowing smiles with  other preg women - @Honeybunch_SA

Getting the baby out! The movement was pretty amazing though - @bron_stew

EATING!! :-) - @Mary_Jane007

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