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35 weeks and feeling low

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sammyjayneex Fri 22-Apr-16 21:21:26

So I'm 35 weeks tomorrow and I feel very low and depressed. Anyone else feel the same way?
Can't seem to be happy today or put myself in a good mood.

skankingpiglet Fri 22-Apr-16 21:40:59

I'll join the pity party.

I'm only 30wks but feeling pretty low today. I've been feeling sick, dizzy and useless all day. House is a state as we've got the builders in doing some major works. Thought I'd do something nice and get DD's newborn stuff out of the loft to sort through in readiness for this baby only to come across a load of clothes DM bought her. DM passed away last year and it is coming up to the anniversary; lovely memories but it just about finished me off for the day sad

Then DH came home late after promising to be on time because I felt so bad (he offered this). Turns out he decided to stop at the pub with an ex work colleague to catch up on some gossip leaving me to do bed and bath alone angry Now I'm headachey and grumpy.

delilabell Sat 23-Apr-16 07:09:45

I'm mopey and super grumpy at 37+4
developed carpal tunnel in both hands. Have a gland the size of an egg in my neck. Can't sleep for longer than two hours and my back aches.
being horrible to dh then crying because I know I'm being horrible.
piglet I'm sorry about your dmflowers

Babytalkobsession Sat 23-Apr-16 21:18:10

It's is physically hard being pregnant! I'm 31 weeks, working full time with a 2 year old who apparently no longer naps, sits still or even plays with stuff without needing me on the floor.

Lost it with him earlier when he threw his yogurt spoon in the floor again (does he not realise how painful bending down and wiping the floor is? shock)

Heart burn is a total dickhead. As are restless legs! Will all be worth it but God I could cry.

thanksfor everyone struggling with discomfort / hormones / tiredness or general 'meh'. It will all be worth it.

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