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thelittlethingz Sun 05-Nov-17 13:44:13

Is it normal when pregnant to want to punch your partner in the face every time they talk. The poor guy isn’t doing anything wrong but he’s really doing my head in!

DeadDoorpost Sun 05-Nov-17 14:14:11

I feel the same sometimes. And then I'll cry because he doesn't understand that I don't actually want to be yelling at him but he's just not grasping what I'm trying to say. And then I'll be fine the next day and it'll start over and over ...

thingymaboob Sun 05-Nov-17 15:09:56

My husband has a really annoying habit of rubbing his hands together when he's eating and it's really loud! I find it annoying normally and have told him in the past. He was doing it last night and I gave him an evil stare and he started crying saying that I've been so mean to him recently. 😳

thelittlethingz Sun 05-Nov-17 15:44:14

@thingymaboob I tell you what, my boyfriend was laying breathing on me this morning and it was making me so mad I said, can you not breath on me! He was so offended and said I’m hostile. I mean I could of been much worse and told him his breath smelt like death!! 😂 from here I’m like... ok I have 6 months to go, he’s going to be lucky if he survives it!!!

thelittlethingz Sun 05-Nov-17 15:44:56

@DeadDoorpost yeah it’s awful isn’t it, afterwards I feel so bad but then am so mean to him again! I just can’t help myself!!!

LorelaiVictoriaGilmore Mon 06-Nov-17 13:19:43

It has absolutely nothing to do with my hormones. It's his fault. It is pure coincidence that about 6 months ago, DH turned into the most annoying man on the planet. Nothing to do with me. grin

thelittlethingz Tue 07-Nov-17 01:19:05

@LorelaiVictoriaGilmore absolutely love this! So glad I’m not the only one!!!!!!!!

Soon2bemum2017 Tue 07-Nov-17 01:23:38

I can so relate to the breathing thing OP!... we even swapped sides of the bed so i could lay on my left and not have DH breathe near me.

Honestly it made me so angry 😳

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