Meghan Trainor has had quite a good run in the romantic field with husband Daryl Sabara.
After two years of marital bliss the couple is finally on track to expect their first child sometime in February, and Trainor is becoming more candid than ever regarding the details of her forthcoming delivery.
Sitting down for a recent interview with Philadelphia-based radio station B101.1, Trainor got very candid about what it’s like being an expecting mother amidst a global pandemic, as well as the measures her and Sabara have been taking to keep safe.
‘We Planned It Out’
While chatting with the radio station, Trainor explained that the entire situation was as planned as could be, “We planned it out,” she told the host during the interview, revealing that despite the unexpected difficulties navigating the year has brought about, she has seen some benefits regarding a quarantine pregnancy.
“I just didn’t want to travel so much when I was pregnant and I knew this was time when I could stay home and elevate my feet,” she elaborated by saying.
Still A Bit Troubled
Although Trainor was quick to share the few benefits staying safe at home this year has afforded her while pregnant, she was just as quick to admit that there are many aspects of a typical childbirth that she will be upset to miss out on due to COVID-19 restrictions.
“I’ve learned so much this year, and it has been super scary and challenging,” she said of it all during a “Today” appearance, adding, “and it is tough going to all the doctor appointments alone, without my husband, but it’s also, like, the time I’ve been waiting for my whole life. I’ve been waiting to be pregnant forever.”
“With my pregnancy, it’s terrifying,” she explained in another chat with E! News a bit before the holiday season.
“I haven’t seen a human being except my family because I’m too scared. Or we all get tested right before that moment and see each other. But I don’t have friends and I’m okay with that because I’m too scared to hang out with you.”
Trainor’s fears extend into the potential February delivery date, where similar COVID-19 restrictions will still surely be in place in hospitals nationwide.
Scared Without Family
“I’m scared of birth and, like, not being able to have my mom in the room,” she said during the “B101.1” interview, claiming how important her family’s presence at the birth is to her. “‘Cause, like, they can barely let your husband in the room, but I’m like, ‘but I need my momma…I just need my head rubs, how do I do this?'”
No matter what mental obstacles come her way, one thing is sure across all of Trainor’s interviews: that is she is ready to take on the task of being a parent.