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#1 Perth_mumma

Posted 24 January 2017 - 11:30 AM

I'm 32 weeks and I've started getting annoyed at things, lots of things! I don't remember feeling like this in my first pregnancy, I was on a happiness cloud ☁️

People are annoying me, my house is annoying me (too small too many bugs & the fooor boards are noisy), my husband is annoying, my dog annoying... oh dear I hope I snap out of it! Could be to do with less quality sleep with all the tossing and turning.

Anyone else experiencing the same?
I feel like I just want to be left alone. I cringe when my phone beeps with a sms because I expect it will be someone with something annoying to say or wanting to catch up or wanting something.

I sound like a whinger and its not like me and that annoys me too! Lol

#2 bakesgirls

Posted 24 January 2017 - 11:48 AM

I feel the same. I'm also 32 weeks and over it. My back hurts, my hips and pelvis hurt. I have severe round ligament pain, I have gestational diabetes so I feel deprived of all the things I like to eat, and it's been weeks since I slept more than 4 hours a day. I am exhausted and that's what I suspect is contributing to my feelings of extreme grumpiness and annoyance at the world in general.

No more babies for me after this one. My uterus is done forever after March.

#3 Perth_mumma

Posted 24 January 2017 - 04:27 PM

Yep my last baby too! Very excited to meet her though.

GD must suck :( I guess I should be grateful at least I can eat whatever. Although all I'm craving is wine 🍷


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