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Emotional wreck

(7 Posts)
iamdivergent Sat 28-May-16 14:14:09

36+6 and I just had a melt down in Tesco - full blown tears. DH thinks I'm unhinged. I think I'm almost full term and considering its the first proper melt down I've had, I've done alright.

I couldn't choose what I wanted for lunch. I can't wait until this baby arrives, I'm just emotionally drained now.

Whatsername17 Sat 28-May-16 14:28:06

When my daughter was born in told dh that no one was allowed to hold her unless they wore a surgical mask. It took three full days before it dawned on me that I was a bag of crazy. Embrace it. It doesn't last forever. flowers

bessie84 Sat 28-May-16 14:56:40

oh god, i was going to post about this too. 34 weeks tomorrow and ive just had a full blown meltdown today too. sobbing like someones died and carrying on like a big bag of crazy. havent a clue why, just feeling that way out. banging head now.

you have my sympathies. x

Sophia1984 Sat 28-May-16 15:43:46

30w and I just did exactly the same - poor DP had to explain I was pregnant to a very concerned looking security guard!

iamdivergent Sat 28-May-16 18:35:05

My eyes are all gritty feeling now. What a dafty I am!

whatsnewsmellycat Sat 28-May-16 18:37:32

I had to walk out a restaurant once in absolute floods because the waitress argued that the blue steak in front of me was safe for me to eat.
I understand where you're coming from OP, not long to go!

iamdivergent Sat 28-May-16 19:45:39

Don't think I'd have eaten the steak either!

Fingers crossed baby makes an appearance soon, I'm classed as full term from midnight so anytime after that would be fine grin

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