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Please come and talk to me about all you OTT weepy moments.

(47 Posts)
Oodthunkit Tue 13-Nov-12 09:05:42

I'm crying at everything at the moment. Some are appropriate but I cried at Mo Farrahs mobot on tv this am blush.

elmo1983 Sat 17-Nov-12 12:41:59

same as mrs wooster - been crying at the john lewis ad! Think i would pg or not!

2 weeks ago i was hysterical because local cafe had run out of one type of soup - actually flounced off with tears in my eyes! weirdo!!

smile

sunshinejanuary Fri 16-Nov-12 18:04:55

I'm 40 weeks plus two days and our house is having so much work done me and the toddler are refugees at relatives and DH joins us at weekends. You would think this might make me cry but I've found myself to have coped better than expected!

However, what has made me cry is, but not limited to;

Mumford and Sons song 'I will wait'
My DH sending a text to say he misses me as i convinced myself it was (clearly) really meant for someone he is having an affair with(?!)
My toddler being nice/naughty/breathing
The situation in Syria
Any of those adverts asking for money for children's charities
Sainsburys delivery being late....

I could go on!

Tashymondo Fri 16-Nov-12 17:39:45

Sorry predictive tx should have said boo hooing not boot hoping

Tashymondo Fri 16-Nov-12 17:38:10

I cried when I thought about the other half saying no to me having a bacon sandwich for breakfast. He did in fact say yes to it lol.

But it is children in need tonight ladies so get those tissues at the ready XxX

P.Sorry I have tears in my eyes at the thought of all the sad images that await us tonight. Boot hoping XxX

LadyMaryCrawley Fri 16-Nov-12 17:28:55

I blubbed at work because my shoes were annoying me.

Then my lovely colleague brought me a nice biscuit to cheer me up from the shoe-blubbing incident. Cue more blubbing, and him backing slowly out of my office...

Szeli Fri 16-Nov-12 11:25:28

I'm crying reading this...making me think of other people crying. Oh dear xx

Mummyof3tobe Thu 15-Nov-12 19:19:33

I cried last night because I physically couldn't get my boots on - end of day swollen ankles and 37 week swollen tummy so couldn't bend down. I lay on stairs and sobbed disproportionately!

Nicky1306 Thu 15-Nov-12 18:55:34

Cried last night when dp said he wasn't coming over he had to work late.

Cried again when he messaged me this morning saying he's taking half a days holiday tomorrow so he can take me out for lunch in Camden blush lol

Shaiandbump Thu 15-Nov-12 17:33:32

I cry when I'm tired which is all the bloody time :'(

Hippolyta20 Thu 15-Nov-12 16:30:58

Thank fully main waterworks after appointment! Luckily nosebleed after rather than before or would have looked very dodgy. smile. Glad to know really is a normal question!
Used to be a calm rational person - must be pregnant hmm!

iamwhaticallpregnant Thu 15-Nov-12 16:19:35

Hippolyta20 I bet that didnt look suspicious - them asking you if your DH hits you and you crying uncontrollably? smile They asked me the same too. Lol. It's terrible isnt it? Bloody hormones. When they told me it was a boy I wailed so much and cried so much my partner looked utterly horrified. I was wailing "Is he normal?! waaaa waaaa".
Humiliating.

When I was pregnant with dd2, I cried at work because my printer wasn't working, and how was I going to print my letters?!blush Oh god, I'm so embarrassed just thinking about it!

Hippolyta20 Thu 15-Nov-12 16:06:25

I cried (alot) which then gave me a nose bleed after midwife appointment on Tuesday because so nervous (first baby, 18 week check). Nothing really went wrong but 3 midwifes and me and they were asking questions like "Is my DH the father", "Is he violent towards me" etc. Apparently totally routine but I took it personally and couldn't wait to get home to my (lovely) DH and the puppy.

wilderumpus Thu 15-Nov-12 16:05:21

I just cried over this thread confused

particularly the poster who cried because their DH made them dinner and so she thought he mustn't love her any more... am going through a particularly hormonal patch and am convinced everyone (particularly DH) hates me and will leave me... and so ANYONE being nice (or nasty) to anyone else makes me cry.

a jolly, crappy olly murs song made me cry the other day too. Olly. Murs. blush

iamwhaticallpregnant Thu 15-Nov-12 15:54:41

Over the last week I have cried, wailed and sobbed uncontrollably to a woman at the job centre, a woman on the phone from the National Insurance office and my dad - as well as my partner. I keep on having to say "Im.... so.....so....sorry....Im...... pregnant". I used to be a professional hard faced cow.

cheesesavory Thu 15-Nov-12 14:09:06

I cried in a certain well known baby store over choosing a changing mat.

I knew I needed to do a pregnancy test when I found myself getting tearful over an article about a guy who opened the first drycleaning business in Mogadishu. There really wasn't much more to the article than that!

Also watched Beaches last week - that was a mistake...

Pretty much anything at the moment sad/happy/funny makes me fill up especially that ruddy snowman in thd John Lewis advert blush

noblegiraffe Thu 15-Nov-12 12:44:52

I cried at the drop of a hat in my first pregnancy, and continued to be emotionally unstable for about the first year (I think because I was breastfeeding). But this pregnancy I've been fine! A bit narky maybe, but not weepy. My DH is very relieved.

A highlight of my first pregnancy was sobbing uncontrollably for half an hour after an episode of Waterloo Road.

LibrarianAli Thu 15-Nov-12 12:28:41

I've just had a bit of a cry when 'Bridge Over Troubled Water' came on the radio. I've also been very upset about Savita Halappanavar in Ireland, I just feel so sorry for her and her family. Normally the news might make me feel sad but doesn't actually make me cry, but I wept for her and her husband and their baby and everything in the world suddenly feels so much more connected to me and my own little bean.

liveinazoo Tue 13-Nov-12 20:37:18

when i had my eldest<now 17> mrs doubtfire made me howl-the idea that a dad couldnt see their kids..its meant to be a comedy ffs!

i had to avoid the news with all my pregnancies

the simspons for some reason set me offconfused

im another snowman avoider,and cute kittens

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xmasevebundle Tue 13-Nov-12 20:21:56

I cried today when i saw the christmas coke cola ad sad

MrsWooster Tue 13-Nov-12 20:12:21

Bloody buggering John Lewis advert, of course and the end of the last Wallender novel (Worried Man, or whatever it's called) - both reading it AND then telling someone else about it today. Don't read it under any circs and if a snowman appears on an advert, turn over.

plonko Tue 13-Nov-12 20:08:16

I cried in marks and spencer at 23 weeks because I didn't like any of their pyjamas (too short, and I'm only 5'6"!! How do tall people ever find comfy clothes?) then an hour later when I had to say goodbye to my mum as we're very close and I won't see her until I'm 34 weeks!

Also...Dumbo :'(

Petcat Tue 13-Nov-12 19:40:27

I recently wept in the sea otter bit at the Oceanarium. They were just so cute and seemed to be enjoying life so much.

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