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To wonder who else is up at 2.40am and why?

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LargeLatte Wed 28-Nov-12 02:42:23

Staying up with ill ds2. It's gonna be a long night. Who wants some company?

AlienRefluxLooksLikeSnow Wed 28-Nov-12 04:15:18

kalidasa hope you have woken your DP!! How brilliant, well, will be in a few hours hopefully smile

I've been up since 2 with DD just put her down, and up gets DS both have bad coughs and colds, so keep waking themselves up. So knackered sad

KeatsiePie Wed 28-Nov-12 04:15:23

Oops, good luck kalidasa!

AlienRefluxLooksLikeSnow Wed 28-Nov-12 04:16:00

mumgoesto Why are you crying every day love?

MumsGoToReykjavik Wed 28-Nov-12 04:16:29

Thanks Keatsie. smile

PlantsDieArid Wed 28-Nov-12 04:20:10

I never drink coffee and something possessed me to have a huge mocha around 5 yesterday...

Kali, what an amazing thing, good luck to you and hope you get to meet your lovely baby today.

Mumsgo, is that you crying or a dc? Sorry for bring thick. If you, do you want to talk about it?

Loveweekends10 Wed 28-Nov-12 04:20:31

I'm up every night about this time. Wish I wasn't but that's my habit now. Sorry to all those with poorly kids. My dd 7 had norovirus two weeks ago. It's awful. But she bounced back quickly.

MumsGoToReykjavik Wed 28-Nov-12 04:21:47

I don't know. I'm just so sad all the time, everything makes me want to cry and im just so anxious I can't function, every thing frightens me, silly things, a noisy jet flying over head makes my heart race and makes me panic that something bad is happening. I am just being a bit over dramatic I think. Need to get a bit of a grip and stop being so stupid smile Thanks for asking.

kalidasa Wed 28-Nov-12 04:22:37

Yes, rang hospital who said we can go in when we want and then finally woke up DP.

Indith Wed 28-Nov-12 04:23:24

I was awake then but still deluding myself that sleep may happen. The baby is poorly so we've left dh to it as has to be up at 5 for work and we are on the sofa watching family guy. He is shattered and fussing though.

JoandMax Wed 28-Nov-12 04:24:47

Good luck Kalidasa, how exciting!!!

I am up with DS2 as I am every night, he's 2.8 years old and doesn't sttn..... I'm knackered pure and simple shattered but I can't bring myself to do any sleep training as he cries, he was a poorly baby and cried so so much for so so long that I promised him I'd never let him cry again if I could help it. Some nights it gets me down though and I feel sad, I'll be fine after a strong cup of tea in the morning!!!

I hope you all get some sleep aoon

KeatsiePie Wed 28-Nov-12 04:28:55

Oh MumsGo that is so hard. I think that once you are in a pattern like that it is really hard to get back out of. I hope you will try to see if you can talk to someone or at least do a little reading on it. (Not meaning to be pushy or b/c I think you sound around-the-bend or anything, just b/c I am really in favor of getting help b/c of how hard those cycles are to break.) Please don't tell yourself you should just get a grip, that will just feed the anxiety and you will make yourself feel bad about feeling bad. If you could get a grip you'd already have one, it's okay that you are struggling, we all do.

Okay really going to bed now!

PlantsDieArid Wed 28-Nov-12 04:30:24

Mumsgo, that's horrible. Not dramatic, anxiety is a bugger. Have you seen your gp? Being sad and frightened is more common than you'd think and sometimes just saying it aloud gets the ball rolling and you can get lots of help and support.

The long dark days don't help. I live them, but then I've always been a gloomy sod!

Lots of anxious lovely people in Mental Health, you're not alone though you probably feel like it at this time.

KeatsiePie Wed 28-Nov-12 04:31:54

kali, I keep missing your updates. It's amazing to be online with someone across the world who's about to have a baby. So exciting! Great good luck.

/shuts up and goes to bed finally.

TheHumancatapult Wed 28-Nov-12 04:33:19

5dcs hope dh comes back soon

Good luck Kaki

Oh no bumps we have avoided that so far. Though ds3 on his 2nd bout of chickenpox's in 5 weeks

MumsGoToReykjavik Wed 28-Nov-12 04:34:07

Thanks for answering me. I am being so pathetic. I can't stop crying. Nobody will listen to me, im just being soft.

CaliforniaLeaving Wed 28-Nov-12 04:35:54

Cool I'm up with labouring Mums. Good luck Kalidasa smooth labour vibes to you.
I'm in a different time zone, it's only 8.30pm Pacific time and I'm bored. No one on face book to amuse me tonight and Dh has the remote. He's watching Shrek, like I don't get enough kid stuff in the daytime.

MumsGo, that doesn't sound good you should go and see the Doctor.

TheHumancatapult Wed 28-Nov-12 04:36:47


I spend most my time when awake at silly o'clock nattering and catching up with friends in the US .

MaMaPo Wed 28-Nov-12 04:37:10

Mumgoes - please talk to your Gp and consider calling a helpline. There is no need to feel like this every day and there are plenty of people out there to help you. You deserve it.

Kali - wow, good luck! How exciting!

I'm up with my first proper Braxton Hicks contraction (I think) - I'm 37 weeks pregnant, with pain all over my belly, and an urge to keep going to the loo. Hope it isn't the start of anything proper as I need to get up for work in 2 hours! At least tomorrow is my last day.

waitingforastartofall Wed 28-Nov-12 04:39:39

Good luck to those in labour. I'm up as I've got swollen lymph nodes and am in pain sad

MumsGoToReykjavik Wed 28-Nov-12 04:44:10

Oh goodness just ignore me, being a bit pathetic and self pitying tonight!

Best of luck to all these labouring women thanks

PlantsDieArid Wed 28-Nov-12 04:47:22

How absolutely exciting to be in labour, Mamapo, good luck and hope you get your last bits of work done before the fun starts!

MumsGoToReykjavik, seriously, your gp will listen to you. Mine listened to me when I couldn't stop crying and though I wasad and pathetic. Please go, nobody deserves to feel so bleak.

5dcs, poor you. Hope you get a bit of sleep, arguing is the pits.

AlienRefluxLooksLikeSnow Wed 28-Nov-12 04:51:01

Yeah, we all get times like that, but honestly, if it's every day, your life could be so much better, maybe just go see GP see what they think? you're not being soft or pathetic.

Thank god I'm only up with sick kids instead of in labour smile

Fantastic as it is grin

MumsGoToReykjavik Wed 28-Nov-12 04:51:43

I don't think they will listen. I couldn't be more of a pathetic case if I tried. i don't know how or where the tears come from! I haven't got anyone, I want to speak to somebody but I havent got anybody to speak to. I am just being self pitying. wallowing in self pity.

Welovecouscous Wed 28-Nov-12 04:52:38

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