Give this article to your sister when you're done reading it.
Or your mate, your mother, your significant other.
Or better yet, if you're not inclined to be subtle (and if your entryway is protected from the weather) tack it to your front door, right below your seasonal wreath.
It's our attempt to clue your friends, family, and co-workers into what they can do to make your day-- or the day of any pregnant woman.
We recently asked about "The Bad and The Ugly"-- the mean, thoughtless, or just plain dumb remarks that pregnant women endure. So, to even things up a bit, here's "The Good"-- the nicest things said to you while you were pregnant, words that (we hope) will cheer you and reward your faith in human nature on Valentine's Day.
"My husband tells me all the time that I am very sexy pregnant" while rubbing and kissing her belly, according to Jenn, who expects a baby girl March 5. In addition, "I had one lady here at work tell me that I looked great, that my complexion was wonderful and that I carried myself very well." Both compliments "meant a lot to me."
At the risk of sounding vain, most expectant mothers confessed that appearance is important when you're pregnant.