I didn't mind being pregnant, it was the labor I didn't care for.
My first pregnancy was the most normal. I was scheduled for an induction a week past my due date, went into labor while getting ready to leave for the hospital, making the induction unnecessary. Got my epidural and 9 hours later had me a baby, ALMOST pain free.
My second pregnancy is where my hate for labor came in. My 2nd daughter was born on her due date. I woke up to the feeling that I had to go to the bathroom, 2 minutes later a full on contraction. I wasted no time, we left for the hospital 15 minutes later. Arrived at the hospital 10 centimeters dialated, no time for an epidural or even an IV. The doctor didn't make it in time so a nurse delivered my baby. 50 minutes from the time I woke up until I delivered.
My third pregnancy was the same as the second, except this one came a week early. I think it was more like an hour and fifteen minutes from start to finish. They put me in a triage room first, instead of labor and delivery, because they didn't believe my husband when he said she has her babies fast, or me when I told them I was feeling a lot of pressure. They checked me, and low and behold, 10 centimeters. The worse part was being moved from one bed to another feeling like a baby was going to fall right out of you. Again, no time for an epidural or the doctor, delivered by nurse.
I am not a fan of my speedy deliveries, although some say I have it easy. I like my epidural. I cried the first time because I didn't know what to expect, and the second time because I DID.