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Crying over ridiculous things - Anyone else?

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Heavenscent86 Mon 28-Dec-15 14:17:38

So this morning I've found myself crying over a pair of jeans. Put them on, realised I can't do them up and because they've got an adjustable maternity band tried to undo the button at the side. Couldn't do it and ended up in tears because it means taking them off to undo the button and put them back on again which is way too difficult a task.

Phalenopsisgirl Mon 28-Dec-15 16:06:22

Hahahahaha oh bless you, don't worry you aren't loosing it. I've cried over nonsense too, anyone who says different is lying xx

AliceJennifer23 Mon 28-Dec-15 22:23:50

I cried doing the washing up when I realised my partner had made scrambled egg in the pan it sticks to! (This happens at least once a week so I still think I had a right to be upset :D )

Mslg Mon 28-Dec-15 22:32:31

Oh my god the scrambled egg pan 😞😢 glad it's just not me. I've cried trying to put a shoe rack back together, every time I put one rail back in, another would pop out. Cue text message to OH for him to do it.

Kpo58 Mon 28-Dec-15 22:52:15

I cried because nowhere in my local town sold Ribeana Light at 7:30am. sad
I had to wait 10 mins for the Waitrose to open and I was stressing about missing the bus for a hospital appointment.
I was still blubbing when I had the drink and was sitting on the bus and when I was in the hospital waiting room.
It was a really stressful morning.

goodnightdarthvader1 Mon 28-Dec-15 23:10:27

I lost my shit yesterday trying to get the car seat to work with the isofix base and our pram. Seems you need superhuman strength to use either effectively. My DH was grumpy and bewildered by his sobbing wife but we eventually got it working. Feeling overwhelmed is totally normal x

redannie118 Mon 28-Dec-15 23:13:36

My ds is now 17 but when I was pg with him I remember sobbing my eyes out cos they made the dog on blue peter a birthday cakeconfused

TwllBach Mon 28-Dec-15 23:13:55

I cried in M&S on Monday when she told me that, even though it was a massive fucking superstore, they had removed the maternity clothes because it's Christmas. It is ok though, apparently, as I can always order online...

Shadow1986 Mon 28-Dec-15 23:15:41

I just cried thinking about my children going back to preschool next week and I'll miss them, and then about how they start school in September and that made me cry even more. Usually I quite enjoy some peace! Obviously hormones!

Scoopmuckdizzy Mon 28-Dec-15 23:20:08

I cried listening to Merry Christmas everybody by Slade on the radio last week. It was because I remembered the Bob the builder Christmas episode that he was in years ago when my sister was very little and the 'IT'S CHRISTMAS!' bit of the song just tipped me over the edge as she's 16 next year and it feels like just yesterday that she got so excited watching it.

I told DH about it later that day and cried again and when I was at work on Christmas Eve it was playing I tried to explain to my colleagues about why it made me emotional I cried again.

I cried when I was expecting DS1 because I couldn't remember the word for hairbrush. Also every time DH and I visited a baby shop I cried because baby things are so small.

I'm normally pretty sane though.

goodnightdarthvader1 Mon 28-Dec-15 23:21:19

I forget words ask the time since I got pregnant.

goodnightdarthvader1 Mon 28-Dec-15 23:21:32

All the time*

Missdee2014 Tue 29-Dec-15 00:04:39

Yip. Perfectly normal. At 29+ weeks with dc3 I've lost count at the silly things I've cried at this. Thought admittedly, I don't remember being quite so emotional with the girls. Boy hormones are definitely worse in my experience.

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