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Anyone else spent most of the day in tears? Pregnancy hormones in overdrive!

(19 Posts)
Blackandwhitecat3 Thu 18-Jun-15 20:31:58

Just that really. I've cried 5 times today hmm. Exhausted Tired, nauseous, upset tummy, bad day at work, clothes don't fit but bump not big enough to stop a bump band falling down, but mostly tired and hormonal I think! Maybe I need to watch something funny to dry up.

coneywonder Thu 18-Jun-15 20:36:03

I've cried allllll day. I don't really know why either. 37 weeks and a but fed up but apart from that there was no reason for it!!!

Gillian1980 Thu 18-Jun-15 20:49:37

Somehow I manage to hold it together at work - thank goodness as I have a very emotional job!

But at home it all comes out and I cry non-stop at anything and everything.

Newtobecomingamum Thu 18-Jun-15 20:53:06

I cried because they had sold out of prawn sandwiches at M&S today!! Was the only thing that I fancied to eat as have been so sick and they had sold out. Had to do a quick dash out of the store and back to my car as the tears wouldn't stop!! Lol

I then called my husband in tears at work to tell him. His response of didn't they have any roast beef basically caused a monsoon ha!!

tinyme135 Thu 18-Jun-15 20:56:09

I was like that yesterday really ill run down and I cried my eyes out cause my OH surprised me by picking me up and taking me to work. I just sat in the car and cried and my OH just hugged me.

What are we like

Blackandwhitecat3 Thu 18-Jun-15 21:02:00

Thanks peeps, I needed to hear those stories. new your prawn sandwich story made me laugh, good of you to share everyone.

GotTheKey Thu 18-Jun-15 21:26:57

Yes, I have! Feeling so exhausted I just lay on my bed crying. Feel better for it though!

beclou94 Thu 18-Jun-15 23:06:10

I keep getting the overwhelming feeling to burst into tears, for absolutely no reason! Think I'm going mad..

Flackgirl Sat 20-Jun-15 16:15:36

I cried floods of tears today because a character died at the end of a book I was reading. Could tell my husband wanted to laugh at me but dared not. The shame.

mrsdavidbowie Sat 20-Jun-15 16:19:31

I've cried all day and I'm not pregnant!!

MissMartin10 Sat 20-Jun-15 17:46:34

i hysterically cried when i met my bil's new gf yesterday for the first time since his split with sil.. i looked like a complete emotional idiot confused

contractor6 Sat 20-Jun-15 17:58:32

I woke up crying in middle of night, had a bad dream that dh couldn't get out of work when was in labour, then I cried more cos he didn't wake up. This morning he laughed when I was angry at him for not waking up...hormones defo getting worse!

contractor6 Sat 20-Jun-15 18:01:36

New love your story, but does your dh honestly think roast beef is an acceptable substitute for prawn ?!?!?

fanjodisfunction Sat 20-Jun-15 18:08:44

I'm eleven weeks and cried this week while watching Mr tumble on cbeebies. my son loves the programme and it was the little kids on it and them getting the signs right that just had me in floods.

Blackandwhitecat3 Sat 20-Jun-15 18:09:43

I just cried because although I've just bought a watermelon I don't have the energy to chop it up and appease my nausea hmm

Flack I did that last week, but didn't dare let DH see - he's not as tactful as yours!

MissMartin10 Sat 20-Jun-15 18:20:11

does anyone cry at the nationwide advert where he loses his 'best dad' scarf?? I do!!

Blackandwhitecat3 Sat 20-Jun-15 19:42:24

Not seen that one. But had a good cry earlier at the pampers ad online.

MrsHenryCrawford Sat 20-Jun-15 20:44:23

Watched babe pig in the city today and cried during most of it

coneywonder Sat 20-Jun-15 22:52:16

I cried today because my oh said something and I didn't hear what he said...I asked him to repeat it and he said jokingly "no its too late now and it was the best compliment I've ever paid you..."

I cried. He pissed himself then told me he actually said he was going to go for a run...

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