Reality sets in.
Kim Kardashian was rushed to her doctor last Tuesday when she feared the worst, a possible miscarriage.
Four months along, in her second trimester, Kim began feeling sick and worried that something was wrong with her baby while on an 11-hour flight back from Paris, according to a NY Post report.
While the scare, luckily enough, was just that - a scare, and not an actual miscarriage - the reality that pregnancy, and having kids, completely changes your life may really be setting in for Kim.
In the absence of any comments from Kim or her rep, sister Khloe Kardashian assured fans that Kim and the baby are doing well, while expressing gratitude for the support of their fans via her blog.
Now that Kim is reportedly on orders from her doctor to rest, and really slow down, speculation surrounding what may have "caused" the scare is surfacing.
First-time pregnant moms know how hard it is to adjust not only to the changes to our bodies throughout the course of the pregnancy, but also to the fact that we cannot do everything we did prior to becoming pregnant.
Dealing with the changes, affecting both physical and behavioral aspects of our lives, that new moms face is no easy feat.
In most cases, work has to continue and the fear that our bodies will never be the same can be overwhelming. And, unfortunately, when we don't heed the strain pregnancy puts on our bodies, repercussions are sure to follow.
It's easy to see how being a celebrity and living in the public eye can intensify the need to maintain a certain body image as well as work and travel extensively.
The reality of the matter is that pregnancy is a process that does not conform to anyone's lifestyle.
All mothers have to make adjustments to their lives to ensure that the ultimate sought for outcomes, a healthy pregrnancy, mother, and baby are achieved.
Placing blame does not solve for anything, but learning what limitations need to be put into place is essential.