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Anyone else awake ?

(19 Posts)
Turquoiseblue Sun 16-Aug-15 04:27:13

Just had to get up - woke starving !
I m not able for big meals now (heartburn, feel full quickly) sleep is often a bit disturbed, but the last few nights I ve woken absolutely starving grin
Just had yogurt and a 1/2 a very ripe banana
(Has this kind of hunger on previous pregnancies too)
Anyone else ?

Nativity3 Sun 16-Aug-15 04:33:41

Yep! Not currently pregnant but can relate!

Turquoiseblue Sun 16-Aug-15 04:36:56

grin Am now mn ing and contemplating a hot chocolate ...:

Nativity3 Sun 16-Aug-15 04:39:16

Ooo is love one of those! I am in bed but may have one with Breakfast in a bit now you mention it grin

rahlikeatiger Sun 16-Aug-15 04:39:47

I'm currently 35w and wake several times each night. Second pregnancy and I'd forgotten how restless these last weeks are! Hope you both get some sleep!

Marmite27 Sun 16-Aug-15 04:39:59

Yep, 32+3, been up a million times for a pee, and now the reflux has kicked in.

Contemplating going downstairs for a Disney movie and some Ben an Jerry's. But that till make the loo too far away :/

SoontobeMommyof2 Sun 16-Aug-15 04:49:46

I'm up.. struggling to get comfy and just when I am my 6.5year old has woken me for hours every night this week. This exhaustion is killing me. Although now I'm up might as well have some tea and toast lol x

lastnightiwenttomanderley Sun 16-Aug-15 05:23:14

Morning! 34+6 here... I've always been an early riser, as is the tadpole who has been partying away in there for half an hour...

StAlphonsosPancakeBreakfast Sun 16-Aug-15 05:36:18

Morning! 28+1 here, up for a pee, now can't get comfortable cos of my sore hips and blocked nose! Ah, the joys...

Kannet Sun 16-Aug-15 05:51:58

Yes 38 weeks and in labour confused

Cornberry Sun 16-Aug-15 06:02:31

Ooh kannet how exciting! I'm jealous! I'm 38+4 and I've just had to get up to eat like every night and now lying in bed literally waiting for something to happen. So impatient!

JollyGolightly Sun 16-Aug-15 06:06:40

15 weeks here and been up since 4! It's actually quite nice to have the house to myself.

StAlphonsosPancakeBreakfast Sun 16-Aug-15 06:09:18

Eek! Hope it's going OK, kannet!

Frillsandspills Sun 16-Aug-15 07:37:08

I've been up since 4 too, students having a party somewhere near the back of my house and they only decided to play their music at about 4 am really loudly.
I've tossed and turned since then and now I've finally got up and I've just eaten some lasagna for breakfast and I don't even regret it!

contractor6 Sun 16-Aug-15 07:59:37

Was awake until 1:30, now woken up at 7am. Same I am hungry in the nighttime, restless legs etc. 35 weeks

Marmite27 Sun 16-Aug-15 09:33:15

I watched sword in the stone and the live action version of 101 Dalmatians in the end. Managed to snatch another hour befor DH got up thanks to some gaviscon and propping up on pillows.

Now got headache and my parents are visiting later, thank god we tidied and cleaned yesterday!

MaGratgarlik1983 Sun 16-Aug-15 11:29:26

I'm 40+1 and since Sat morning I've been going to the loo at least 8 times a night! Think often I don't even need to go but baby is on bladder! Not moaning though, just an excuse for an afternoon nap!

zannyminxoxox Mon 17-Aug-15 08:15:53

Yes with my daughter it was bad then I would eat then get heartburn take the gaviscon then be sick it was like a vicious circle every night

Turquoiseblue Mon 17-Aug-15 12:19:51

Just had another night of it hmm. Am so tired during the day then! Roll on Edd

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