Haha, I've moved to sobbing at absolutely everything. My hubby just seems bemused. Especially when I was bawling over Lilo and stitch last night with my two year old in my arms! Don't worry, I'm sure he understands!
my husband actually asked me when we were reading pregnancy stuff our midwife gave us - where all the stuff was about how he feels and what he is going through. I showed him the list of stuff he can do as my birth partner and when the baby comes. Not good enough - why is there nothing there to support him while I am pregnant. Dear god.
I find it has come and gone in stages, nearly 37 wks now and on the way home last night felt tears welling up while listening to music in the car, it was Pink! so nothing that should really bring on tears
And it doesn't take much for the rage to kick in, I know how stupid people at work can be as I've put up with them for 10 yrs but the smallest things are turning me snappy and sarcastic!
Oh yeah. I wanted to murder DH this morning for not putting the phone back LIKE I ASKED HIM TO LAST NIGHT. He thinks he can just do his work and ignore everything else, and assume I'll do whatever else needs doing.
Ugh. I'm scheduled to have my C section a week from tomorrow. I'll be having my tubes tied, so hopefully this is my last pregnancy.
I remember when my friend was pregnant, her husband (who had clearly taken leave of his senses) said to her that he was looking forward to not taking turns getting pissed because she'd be driving everywhere for the next year!
Their DS is 10 - her DH has not complained about being the designated driver since.