Helen’s description elegantly captures what it feels like to be pregnant during such a defining moment in graduate school. The purpose of this chapter is to advance feminist geographic scholarship on maternities by exploring how pregnancy is situated and materialised in place. It examines the lived embodied experiences of pregnancy of 20 graduate students at colleges and universities throughout the United States. In this chapter, all participants are identified by a pseudonym. The chapter explores how pregnant graduate students experience the places that make up American colleges and universities, including the classroom and open public spaces, through a critical feminist geographic framework. The author concluded every interview by asking participants what advice they would give to a graduate student who just found out they were pregnant. All participants expressed, in some way, that one should be proud of their pregnancy, and would like to end with Helen’s advice.