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Atlanta: What To Expect When You’re Expecting Screening – You’re the Star – #Giveaway

What To Expect When You’re Expecting” was my go to resource when I was pregnant with my two boys.  I was so excited to hear it was being transformed into a movie and even more excited when I found out I was going to get the chance to go see a special screening in Atlanta sponsored by Centrum Specialist® PreNatal, complete with a special t-shirt made especially for me and a guest to wear during our photo shoot.  Who wouldn’t be excited?  Well, I am have some news for you – FIVE OF MY READERS (and a guest of their own) are coming with me and getting shirts and shots (photographs that is) of their own!

When I was pregnant I expected to give birth naturally with my first son, unfortunately he had other plans and I was forced to have a C-section.  With my second son I anticipated that my experience would be as difficult as it was with my first, but I was really surprised how easy my recovery was after the second C-section.  So, I guess you never know for sure what’s going to happen….



Do you and a guest want to join me?  Leave a comment below sharing what you, as a new or expectant mom, are “expecting” during your pregnancy (or what you expected when you were pregnant or what you expect when you do get pregnant).  Those who post their narratives will receive a free month’s supply of Centrum Specialist® PreNatal, and will be entered to win 2 tickets to an advance screening of What to Expect When You’re Expecting on May 14th, just before the national release on Friday, May 18.

The winners will be notified on Thursday, May 10th at 2pm.  Confirmation must be done within 24 hours of notification so check your email and be sure to keep your eyes open.

 Centrum Specialist®  Prenatal is a complete multivitamin specifically designed to support your baby’s growth and development, plus your own pregnancy health.* It provides all the health benefits from Centrum®, the #1 doctor recommended brand.


I am participating in a sponsored campaign hosted by Centrum Specialist® Prenatal multivitamins. I received compensation for this post. While all opinions stated are my own, I make no claims about Centrum Specialist® Prenatal as a product or its effectiveness.  Please refer to the Rules and Regulations for more details.


  1. Misty Rench says

    I did not know what to expect when I was expecting! Being a nanny previously I felt like I had a good amount of experience and wasn’t really worried about anything! My only concern was birth itself where I had expectations of pain and well of course they were right 😉 Now I am just waiting to see what it’s like to add another one! 🙂

  2. Kate Brown Wilson says

    Hello there, before all I know that centrum is only a supplements for both gender who does work out, I never knew that this supplements can be use by pregnant women, but now you have given me a bright idea. this is very useful specially for me.

  3. I had my son when I was 18, and being that young I had NO IDEA what to expect. I purchased “What to Expect When You’re Expecting”, but the very next day while I was at work my Pug puppy tore it to shreds. I had a good hormonal cry and scraped my book off the floor. I googled pregnancy books and found “Belly Laughs” by Jenny McCarthy. She told me more than I ever knew, not to mention more than I ever wanted to know. From then on I expected to make mistakes, have “Mush Brain” and laugh at every weird pregnancy blooper. 🙂

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  5. Jessi Fambrough says

    First off, this movie looks HILARIOUS so what a fun giveaway! Secondly, if I’ve learned anything from my recent pregnancy, labor & delivery experience, and new journey into motherhood, it’s to expect the unexpected!! I had “morning” sickness all day every day from 3 weeks, 3 days all the way to 20 weeks. I had sciatic nerve pain/numbness in my right leg (and still do!), severe heartburn so bad my nose would burn, and a whole list of other things throughout my pregnancy so I thought surely my labor & delivery would go easy since pregnancy was so rough. Yea, right! Lol. Allergic reaction to the epidural I had to have not one, but two redoses of, severe migraine, blood pressure dropping to 50/20 at one point, getting the highest dose of Pitocin possible so I got all swollen and poofy, all to find out that after 25 hours of labor, he wouldn’t fit through me! I was so upset about having to have a C Section, but once my sweet baby boy was brought into the world, none of that mattered anymore! I now have a healthy, growing, beautiful 8 week old baby boy and I would do it all over again for him. But I will be honest, I’m hoping the next pregnancy is a little easier on me! 🙂

  6. My pregnancy with my son was so easy, but when I found out I was pregnant a year ago, my little girl started the dramatics early. Even labor with her was dramatic and my husband almost missed her birth because I sent him to go get something to eat thinking it was going to be a while. Within 15 mins of him being gone I was ready to push. Since Ansley’s birth she has had servere acid relux which makes leaving her alone with anyone difficult ( us they know what to do). Having a 4 year old boy and a 4 month old girl is a juggling act, but thankfully I have my husband to help me out! I expect her to be like her father, but I pray that she is more like me. But if there is one thing that I have learned so far, when it comes to little girls you’ll never know what to expect!

  7. It seems like so many aspects of pregnancy are so unexpected. I don’t have kids yet, but seeing my friends have their first babies has shown me that pregnancy and childbirth is full of surprises.

  8. I expected to gain 50 lbs and look completely different from my “regular” self. I also expected to experience nausea, pain, and a lot of discomfort. I can honestly say I’ve been really blessed not to have experienced any of these. I have had a great pregnancy and I’m hoping for an even easier delivery but maybe that’s asking too much. 🙂

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