/ ARTICLE: Climbing for Two - Pregnancy and Climbing
When it came to climbing in pregnancy, I felt pretty ludicrous standing at the base of the crag in a full body harness, awkwardly trying to tie the laces of my rock shoes - which I couldn't actually see. I had expected criticism from onlookers who might disapprove, but in the end I found that comments generally fell into two categories; either 'get down from there immediately young lady' (thanks mum), or 'you're only pregnant not ILL, so get on with it' (thanks husband)! In reality the truth is somewhere in between.
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