I hate these days. They don't happen as often anymore, but when they do, they leave me crying like a baby.
Nothing major, just housework completely getting on top of me, leak in bathroom that is now dripping through my dining room ceiling, worry about dd1, worrying about money, xp still being a twat, oh and i'm still fat.
I'm in tears too so I sympathise. Nothing major here just all the little things and it all feels like too much. I have a leaky bathroom, dripping into the hall, worried about DS, ExH , ExP has been shit (hence the ex bit) and needs to come and collect his things before I burn dispose of them, work is very very hard and I just want to take DS away and hide with him.
I know too, i just cannot keep up with washin, no matter what i do...baby is so demanding, just dont get time to do loads during day. now ther is stupid wee creepy crawlies that appear in my kitchen, no matter how much i clean and scrub, and that really pisses me off, feel defeated by it. meant to be back at work october, but found out, am money stops july, so may be forced to go bak then, and am not ready. my baby nearly 4ms. ex, just self abosrbed, and am shunned by his mum, for no reason, other than, i took her wee boy away, (who now obviously a man now)in a good note, am happy, just not content...
You have my sympathies, I too have a leak but its through the roof which I spent £3K on last year and, no, the builder is not returning my calls....I have applied to Npower for some assistance, they have a charitable arm to the organisation that helps with bills and domestic repairs, I haven't heard back yet but there is no hamr asking I guess :-/
Also, cleaning wise, it is like walking in treacle and no matter how much you do, you can get on top of it momentarily and then it gets out of hand again. It is relentless and soul destroying!
Have you anything like a holiday to look forward to? I find that sort of thing does help when things get a bit much.
I know how you feel, My son was 11 weeks old when is dad left, although we stayed friends which made things much easier he still acted like a complete......(i'll let you feel in the rest)
I would hate having very little money, I would come home from shopping with about 3 bags hoping that would get us through the week, to find piles of washing and housework desprate to be finished. Just weeks after my exp left my boiler broke which left us with no heating or hot water for 6 months.
Now my ds is nearly 4 years old, and I look back now and remember the time when i felt like rubbish on a daily basis and think it was very difficult but i got through it on my own and i feel proud of myself. I am happy on my own now, me and my ds have nobody to answer to, if we wonna stay in our pjs all day watching a film (if he sits still long enough) pigging out on popcorn we can. would'nt change that for the world
Look at your children and if they are smilling then you are ok, as long as they are happy thats all that matters in my book
By the way, I found this when my energy bill came in at £207 pcm . I am an Npower customer but you don't have to be and you can get help with overdue payments on energy but also help with domestic appliances and repairs.