Sorry to call you out, ladies, but I know what you did last summer. Pregnancy is a strange and magical time, and it will have you doing strange and not so magical things (like peeing every time you sneeze). Although I think it's perfectly normal to be curious about your rapidly changing body, I also understand the desire to keep certain things under wraps. However, for the benefit of those who haven't experienced it, I thought I'd share some things every pregnant woman does when she thinks no one is looking.
Clearly, I'm no shrinking violet, but I definitely did stuff on the down-low during my pregnancy. First, it was stealth vomiting as I tried to keep my pregnancy hidden until I made it to the end of the first trimester mark. As physical changes to my body became more evident, I spent a great deal of time naked in front of the mirror. Later, I tried to mask my crippling chocolate milkshake addiction by destroying the evidence (pro tip: throw your cups directly into the dumpster rather than the kitchen garbage).
Yes, pregnant ladies do stuff on the sly, but for many of us, a lot of that modesty and embarrassment eventually goes right the window. Perhaps that's the greatest gift of pregnancy (besides, you know, the baby) — how it teaches you not to care what other people think.