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I can't cope anymore!

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Heelllpppmeeeee Fri 24-Nov-17 15:31:31

I'm 38 weeks pg, and am hugely struggling.

I have spd so getting around is hard and I can no longer handle my toddler. She is such hard work and I just can't do it anymore. We have basically stoped leaving the house because I just can't manage her on my own. I just don't have the energy. She runs off or throws herself on the floor and I can't pick her up, she is just too heavy for me.

I have help, dh works but is around evening/weekends. And my parents are awesome, but I still can't do it!!

I am being such a baby and I hate it, I'm normally so strong. I just hurt all the time and am so tired. Wish the baby would come now.

Sorry for the rant, I just feel like people are bored of me moaning in real life.

cestlavielife Fri 24-Nov-17 15:34:03

If you can't you can't.
It is not your toddler s fault but
Get the help to take her out and have quiet time reading her a book later.
In a few weeks you should feel better physically ...tho with newborn too...take all the help you can.

StumpyScot92 Fri 24-Nov-17 15:36:55

I'm 37+2 with bad SPD and in my third bath of the day so far trying to alleviate the pain so I feel you and I don't have the added burden of a toddler! I've had a good cry at some point almost every day for the last few weeks it really is draining. Especially the sleep deprivation.

I just keep trying to remind myself the end is in sight and that it will get better and it's not permanent but I know that isn't easy to focus on a lot of the time. Hope your little one makes an appearance soon!

holidayqueriwifi Fri 24-Nov-17 15:37:27

TV/ DVD is your friend.

DC loved these DVDs at about the same age.

StumpyScot92 Fri 24-Nov-17 15:38:10

Oh just realised calling your toddler a burden may have come across horrible... Not what I meant! I just meant it must be a lot of hard work to try and stay normal for her, but I'm sure she's worth it and lovely blush

deliverdaniel Fri 24-Nov-17 15:41:14

ugh. right there with you. I'm 33 weeks with DC3- no SPD (thank god) but just feel wiped out, everything aches, so profoundly exhausted and unmotivated and feel unable to be the mum I want to be with DS1 and 2. This pregnancy just seems so much harder than my last one. Wishing you well. It will improve soon- in your case only 2 weeks to go. Good luck! And don't feel guilty about your toddler. She will be absolutely fine and won't remember any of this.

Heelllpppmeeeee Fri 24-Nov-17 15:55:49

Thanks everyone.

No worries stumpy she is not that nice at the moment grin I think she is anxious about the new baby so it's not her fault, just makes life so hard. Dh is on his way home So I have the weekend off!! He can be in charge.

Trinity66 Fri 24-Nov-17 15:58:36

awww 38 weeks is hard going, I remember crying at work because I was frustrated with not being able to do stuff that I used to do anymore. It's good you have good support, take advantage of it, you're almost there <3

Dinosaursdontgrowontrees Fri 24-Nov-17 16:37:54

Have you spoken to your midwife? You are technically full term now so they might help you out?

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