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I need to moan/cry lol

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Cupcakemummy85 Tue 06-Nov-12 18:45:52

My dd and cheeky monkey is 16 months and is super whingy and refusing the most amazing stew I cooked for her, after only a few mouthfuls. Everytime i take her somewhere (toddler group, library etc) she gets a really whingy. I'm pregnabt tired and have read a peppa pig book about 30 times. Exhausted doesnt quite cover how I'm feeling. Anyone else feel the same?
(In fairness to my dd she is a cutie pie and a lovely little girl. Just had to put that one in there ;))

Gumby Tue 06-Nov-12 18:47:32

Stick cbeebies on & have a cuppa

NeedlesCuties Tue 06-Nov-12 19:02:13

You'll be fine, she'll also be fine.

Take a deep breath and count to 10.

IME having a newborn and a toddler is actually easier than having a toddler and being pregnant.

brew for you, wine for me.

Cupcakemummy85 Tue 06-Nov-12 19:10:59

Ha ha thanks guys. I think sometimes when u have had days and weeks of it u just throw ur hands in the air and say why. Lol. Cbeebies, peppa and. Ben and holly are so my good friends lol. Has anyone ever read a book 30 times, it really can make u cry I have discovered. Lol

easytiger12 Tue 06-Nov-12 20:58:18

My dd is 12 weeks and ds 16 months. I want to prepare you for a few weeks of 'oh my god what have we done??' and then I swear to God it will get easier. Accept all help offered now and when baby arrives. Good luck xxx

Cupcakemummy85 Wed 07-Nov-12 13:12:59

Ha ha thanks. ;) I think my dd is going through a phase I eating like a sparrow so I'm just gritting my teeth and riding the wave. I'm trying to b a bit easier in mysel and when I'm shattered stick some peppa pig on or Ben and holly. We do so much that a bit of tv is what both my dd and I need. Just so tired :s I think this is one of those weeks the whinging will get to me but I'm trying to keep my cool even if underneath I'm bubbling away.

easytiger12 Wed 07-Nov-12 21:43:34

DS actually just turned 17 months and just coming out the other end of a super-whingey, difficult and non-eating month - maybe it's a 16 month thing! It's just come to a welcome end and he's back to his normal self!

Cupcakemummy85 Thu 08-Nov-12 08:47:19

I really hope it's a case of a month of being frustrated and then he is back to normal. She can't walk yet, completely refuses to try so I have completely left it alone now. Being pregnant an carrying around a child that doesn't weight the weight of a feather :s is pretty tiring. Breakfast is probably the best meal she gets I think. The rest is hopeless, she won't even eat crap food. So whether its fresh by me or from a freezer she is not hungry. Just typical lol. Maybe I have the naps all wrong. Maybe he should have two again rather than one. If she is too tired she doesn't want to eat. I'm so confused

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