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Steffanoid Thu 09-May-13 17:46:50

im 35+2 and granted I dont have buckets of energy but today the last little bits of it have gone.
I got up later than usual and since then have been napping on and off and I can barely keep my eyes open!
totally moany going nowhere post here sorry guys but for some reason it's disappearedsad

Newtobecomingamum Fri 10-May-13 23:59:18

Hi, don't be too hard on yourself! You probably do need lots of rest as you haven't got long to go. If you are concerned though get checked out by gp/midwife. I think sometimes we push ourselves too hard and forget you have to slow down as your pregnant. My hubby is always telling me off as I work full time and I'm 35 weeks pregnant and still want to do all the housework, gardening, cooking etc (although he tries/wants to do this for me I like getting it done) and then when I feel shattered after a long week at work and want to sleep all weekend but then feel moany and grumpy cause I'm so tired! We need to put out feel up and take it easy now... I am def going to start taking it easy now as I feel shattered especially at the end of this week. Hope all goes well x

Newtobecomingamum Sat 11-May-13 00:00:10

Our feet!

Steffanoid Sat 11-May-13 06:36:28

I wouldn't mind if I was still at work but I haven't been for nearly 2 weeks! think it was maybe the previous few days catching up with me or this little beastie having a bit of a growth spurt!

FrustratedSycamoresRocks Sat 11-May-13 06:59:49

Hi steff I'm 37wks, and have been feeling like you describe for a few weeks now, some days I have zero energy, and then others I have a give burst and do loads.
Rest when you need to, and try not to feel guilty.

cupcake78 Sat 11-May-13 07:49:59

I find this as well. Some (most) days I feel like I've been run over. This is usually followed by a bigger bump the next day and stronger movements.

Other days I find I must do things but its short lived and I get tired and sore very easily now. 34weeks

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