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So I just cried....

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Picnic2223 Sun 22-Nov-15 13:08:30

Because I can't put my boots on! 36 weeks and just got really fed up of not being able to do easy silly things.

Any one else?

goodbyeyellowbrickroad Sun 22-Nov-15 13:21:04

I cried earlier because I couldn't do bumpies down the stairs with my 3.5 year old. Bumpies is where he sits on my lap (which is now too small due to huge bump at 27 weeks) as I sit at the top of the stairs then bump us down on my bum.

Feel like such a crap mum.

MrsCrimshaw Sun 22-Nov-15 13:38:46

I was just about to start a stupid triggers for crying thread!

I was just watching the X Factor repeat (I don't follow the show, it's just on) and this duo did a big party song. The audience applauding made me cry and sob. How mental is that?!!

Brummiegirl15 Sun 22-Nov-15 15:29:57

I cried Friday night for absolutely no reason, couldn't tell you. Just bawled my eyes out on sofa

Picnic2223 Sun 22-Nov-15 19:54:08

brummie I like I good cry for no reason.

vvviola Sun 22-Nov-15 19:57:28

Fish pie. Or rather no fish pie. It's my favourite comfort food, and at about 30 weeks I stopped on the way home from work to buy some. And the small supermarket had none. I bawled my eyes out right there. Then called DH to tell him. And bawled again.

I even bawled about 2 weeks later when I was trying to tell someone about it as a funny story blushblush

Around the same time I went into hysterical laughter over the word "shrubbery". Took nearly 20 minutes to pull myself together.

I'm a bit odd when I'm pregnant grin

AnnaMarlowe Sun 22-Nov-15 20:00:06

I got so big when I was pregnant with my twins I was genuinely concerned that I would no longer be able to reach to wipe when I went to the loo. I managed just right up to the end but my DH was warned that it was a close run thing. blush

ALR123 Sun 22-Nov-15 20:01:17

Totally get this... 33 weeks and cried as couldn't get my tights on the other day and was running late for work!
I also cried when I saw my first stretch mark the other day - only I then realised I had just scratched myself grin

Reebok Sun 22-Nov-15 20:07:16

I cried a few days ago because I asked hubby to buy me orange fanta in a glass bottle...but he bought me strawberry fanta in a glass bottle. How could he???

EagleRay Sun 22-Nov-15 20:36:48

I'm nearly 17w and had two possibly unnecessary bouts of tears so far: one for a paper lantern in the shape of an owl (it was huge, which may justify things) and also when I managed to wriggle to the front row at a festival when Future Islands were playing. Then got paranoid that Samuel T Herring could see me blubbing from the stage hmm

Kaytee1987 Wed 25-Nov-15 14:36:34

I cried the other night in bed because I was so tired, DH quite sensibly said well go to sleep then, that made me cry more. X

PrincessPunzie Wed 25-Nov-15 15:09:15

Last night I fought back tears because I was trying to arrange my Disney DVD collection in chronological order and I couldn't find Tangled!

strawberryandaflake Wed 25-Nov-15 15:21:39

36 weeks with twins and I cried because I can't buy a sparkly Christmas dress this year without looking like a bauble. blush

And I have been sockless since the summer.

Lillylou1991 Thu 26-Nov-15 09:18:41

I cried because my DH had to put my socks on for me (37 +6 weeks now) after what felt like hours of me trying.
I felt most sorry for the poor delivery man this morning who slowly backed away when i signed for a package then realised it wasnt the package ive been waiting for!... cue blubbery tears blush
christmas is not a good time for hormones santa

Everythinggettingbigger Thu 26-Nov-15 11:40:38

I was trying to fix a strap on my bag at about 30 weeks with DS1 and somehow managed to superglue my purse to the floor.....of course I absolutely sobbed now when anyone is my family is having an "off" day or just a hormonal day its known as a "glue your purse to the floor day" blush

Missingcaffeine Thu 26-Nov-15 13:49:32

I cried listening to the news today when I heard that the English guy who got shot in Paris kept quiet after being shot to try to save the lives of the people who were hiding near him.

MrsCrimshaw Thu 26-Nov-15 17:12:51

I just got prescribed iron tablets for being slightly anaemic. I cried for 20 mins! Proper messy sobs. I think it was the relief smile

GeorgiaT2468 Thu 26-Nov-15 18:02:52

Vvviola!! I'm in hysterics reading your post grin

OP totally normal lovey, I'm 38w+1 and earlier I cried because I dropped a wet sponge on my foot whilst doing the washing up. I cried on my knees and found myself saying out loud- "why is everything trying to drag me down, I can't even wash up" lol bloody horemoans!! Xx

GeorgiaT2468 Thu 26-Nov-15 18:04:12

Such funny stories grin I'm well cheered up reading this, you funny lot!! Xx

Picnic2223 Thu 26-Nov-15 18:25:03

Georgia stories have made me feel better too.

GeorgiaT2468 Thu 26-Nov-15 19:22:36

At least none of us are alone wimpering at funny things lol xx

Pollyputhtekettleon Sun 29-Nov-15 01:02:16

I cried a few times today and simply couldn't stop. Had to hide at a family event. Haven't cried throughout the whole pregnancy once so I'm wondering if I've just had a big dump of hormones and will go into labour soon. I'm 39wks. Hope not. I'm totally not ready yet.

mellmumma Sun 29-Nov-15 11:33:12

I smashed a glass by accident the other day..... I was inconsolable for a good 30 minutes. Just kept apologising to husband and saying I was rubbish. Cried like a toddler that it was 'the last of the cold fridge water too'.

Then suddenly the tears turned to hysterical laughter.

I'm only 7 weeks, think my husband is terrified of what might still be to come! 😂😂

katscriv1 Sun 29-Nov-15 11:35:42

Only 11 weeks and cried like a baby at the opening credits of DIY SOS on iPlayer the other week. Bloomin' hormones!

NoArmaniNoPunani Sun 29-Nov-15 13:13:31

I cried yesterday when they didn't have the biscuits I wanted in Lidl

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