Narcissism during pregnancy is theoretically discussed in this study. A woman who is in the 26th week of her pregnancy has been tested for IRMAG (Interview of Maternity Representations during Pregnancy) and TAT. The narcissistic response of the participant have been examined and interpreted within the framework of psychoanalytic theory. Pregnancy is a time for narcissism. As the pregnant woman thinks she can keep the baby and nurture it she is narcissically satisfied. Is it separate from or part of the thing in the womb in this process? Where?s the baby in the mind of the mother? With the birth of the baby, the answers given to these questions will be of critical importance. In this part, the participant?s responses to the TAT test, which can be evaluated within the narcissistic axis, are shared. The pregnant woman?s representations and experiences of the baby are different. The pregnant woman?s representations and experiences of the baby are different. The participant collected IRMAG (Interview on Maternity Representations during Pregnancy) data on object relationships, narcissistic investments, and how the baby is represented during the pregnancy period. For answers that can be evaluated within the axis of narcissism, this hint was shared.