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soppypreggyloon Sat 04-Dec-10 09:51:03



i offered to pack ds and dh's stuff for swimming today as dh had already been busy doing lots of helpful jobs.

i remembered towels and trunks and clean clothes and swim nappy. but no normal nappies for afterwards! blush

and now i feel so bad that i'm sitting crying on the sofa which is RIDICULOUS!

i have lost the plot clearly!

i'm not alone am i?

RockChick1984 Sat 04-Dec-10 13:55:01

I threw a hissy fit yesterday because I threw away a full, massive hot chocolate that I had treated myself to from starbucks. Should have been annoyed at myself but managed tears and tantrum, dh had to go back into town and buy me another one before I calmed down! How far along r u? I'm 25 weeks, seem to just have random hormonal-blonde moments, although I've always been ditzy! Xxx

MrsCratchit Sat 04-Dec-10 15:40:34

I am terrible at the moment. Stupid spelling mistakes in work emails, which isn't like me, totally forgetting everyday words, going out to run an errand and returning home having not even thought about what I was going out to do....!

MrsBB1982 Sun 05-Dec-10 12:30:33

I, unfortunately, seem to have lost spatial awareness. Regardless of whether I'm in the car, on my bike or walking, I keep hitting stuff. Despite being a blonde female I'm usually a good driver but in 3 days managed to hit wing mirrors 3 times. Given up driving for now and sticking to the bike

MrsCratchit Sun 05-Dec-10 12:56:25

Me too MrsBB!! I have to park on the road living in London. Normally no problem at all. Last few months disastrous!

BootyMum Sun 05-Dec-10 19:05:50

Am 30 weeks pregnant. Have found myself getting progressively more ditsy. Have lost scarf and mittens this week alone - this isn't like me, normally I'm pretty good at keeping hold of my stuff. And forgetting work related stuff or finding that anything a little complicated like filling in forms makes me panic!
I don't remember being this bad with pregnant with DS... however I think it's something about being responsible for a 20 month old and all his stuff, being 30 weeks pregnant and working part-time - my poor brain is overloaded!

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