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Feeling Fed Up :(

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Mummymonster Thu 24-Feb-05 16:59:42

Hello there

I'm whinging, just want a bit of empathy.

DS (19 mths) has had D&V since 2am Monday. I starved him yesterday on medical advice. It seemed to do the trick but his lunch must have been a bit rich and we're back to sloppy nappies and 0 rations.

He's fine in himself and is going stir crazy, being confined to barracks when he has something to do everyday (swimming, toddler groups etc).

I've had little adult contact. Hubby working late all week, intangible deadlines. Family unable to help. Miserable weather. Sick to death of CBeebies and that ruddy tank engine. Petty I know but....arrrrgggghhh.

Moan, moan, moan

So anyone else feeling fed up in February and we can have a mutual grumble. A problem shared and all that

pgra Thu 24-Feb-05 17:04:01

Hi. I know just how you feel. My daughter had chicken pox a few weeks ago & so we were confined & I must have watched the Lion King 10 times in 3 days!!! I know have a bad cold/sinuses hurt so I am feeling a bit under the wearther & not wanting to do much myself although try telling that to a now fit & healthy 2 year old !!! Just think it will be over in a few days. Not much help when you just want to get out NOW. Only found this site today & it is really great to know you are not on your own.

Preggars Thu 24-Feb-05 17:05:16

Hello Mummymonster.

It's horrible being under house arrest when they are poorly. Let a lone is Sh*tty February.

Sending happy thoughts and ((hugs)) your way...

On the tele front, Cbeebies drives me mad too. I tend to let the little fella watch a few of his programmes, then flick to something I want to watch.. which being pregnant at the moment is probably one of the birth stories. Bless him, he's seen so many women give birth now!

Preggars Thu 24-Feb-05 17:06:14

Hi pgra too.

Mumsnet is addictive - you've been warned

Mummymonster Thu 24-Feb-05 17:09:53

Mumsnet is simply wonderful. I have got loads of help from it and chipped my 2 peno'rth in too.

and yep, highly addictive, but more constructive than playing solitaire!

pgra Thu 24-Feb-05 17:10:40

I know - I came off it for a while but then went back on & here I am. I hope you both get out & about soon. It really isn't much fun being stuck in at this time of year. I also have a husband who has to work due to threat of redundancy at the moment so he doesn't want to take any time off - understandably !!! Not much fun for me at the mo & feeling a bit sorry for myself with this awful cold thing. Roll-on the summer.

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