• Anita Nderu described pregnancy as intense, fun, confusing, hectic, lovable and peaceful it is.
• Anita appreciated that her friends kept her pregnancy a secret until when she was ready to share her journey.
Media personality Anita Nderu says that pregnancy has been the most fascinating thing in her life.
On her Instagram page, the mum-to-be shared a detailed pregnancy journey post.
Anita Nderu described pregnancy as intense, fun, confusing, hectic, lovable and peaceful it is.
One thing Anita is fascinated with is her growing chest.
"Today every little thing is making me cry and I don't want company. Dropping throwbacks to when "Peanut" that's the nickname we have been going with was still a wee little nugget," she said.
"Today every little thing is making me cry and I don't want company. Yesterday I peed like 97 times. My favourite bit about being pregnant is definitely the boobs (yes I know, I know, they'll go back) but while I have them, they will know I appreciate them."
Anita also mentioned that she is embracing her body changes which include her swollen nose.
"Things that people point out and make comments like they feel bad for me, I love I love how full my lips are, my nose has swollen too," she wrote.
"I love its new contours, I LOVE MY BUMP so so much! Dressing it has been the greatest closet journey of my life! Everything looks nice on me, my curvy dreams have come true. I do not miss tucking in my stomach AT ALL."
"Currently potatoes in every format is what I want. (Except the "fake" potatoes as I call them, the not hand cut taste like they were made of flour potatoes, frozen things. Ew!" she said.
Anita who revealed her pregnancy a few weeks ago said she has gained 10 kg.
Anita appreciated that her friends kept her pregnancy a secret until when she was ready to share her journey.
"None of it is going to my butt, I think that's the only downside oh and I have no patience for nonsense, absolutely none, I really have been standing up for myself more and I love it!
Also, I really must say thank you to all the amazing humans who saw me pregnant in public everywhere I went the last couple of months (I wore my bump everywhere) and were kind enough to let me share in my own way when I wanted to share. I respect that, I appreciate it greatly, thank you."