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Anyone else feel violent towards their hubby cos since being pregnant they're annoying!!! *title amended by MNHQ*

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Cakelaur Sun 10-Jun-18 14:39:34

Haha!! Litterally what the title says.

Obviously hormones are all over the shop. But I swear my OH is purposefully trying to irritate me!! Nothing in particular. But I just wanna throw stuff at him!!

Coming to the end of the first trimester. Hoping I'll start to like him again soon!

Tell me it gets better and it's just pregnancy bullsh*t!!

FASH84 Sun 10-Jun-18 14:59:44

I've noticed myself being a bit rattier with DH, little things that usually I wouldn't notice or wouldn't bother me. I'm 13 weeks! Not sure when/if it will stop...

Cakelaur Sun 10-Jun-18 16:01:10

@FASH84 glad I'm not the only one. I feel he's being a little selfish and self centred at the moment. Where normally he's so kind and thoughtful. But I don't know if I'm just totally overreacting where normally it wouldn't bother me.

I'm only 13 weeks and I can't wait for this baby to get out already!! Haha!!! It's gonna be a long 27 weeks!!!

FASH84 Sun 10-Jun-18 16:25:15

@Cakelaur That means we're both due just before Christmas, not to add any extra stress... I got cross yesterday because DH left the top bathroom window open, the cat has an injured paw (another story) and I was worried he'd try and escape, injured and on meds. The window is very high up, so don't think the cat can even get to it and usually I moan if DH doesn't open it after a shower as the extractor isn't great and the bathroom gets steamy. He looked quite confused but didn't say much 😂. I then had a weird dream that I had the baby but it was covered in fur other than the bottom half of its face, and I kept forgetting I had it and leaving it places and getting really stressed that I'd lost it, DH tried to reassure me by text that it wasn't real (he's out today and didn't want to wake me as he left early), I told him he was being dismissive of my dream. I do feel for him, I'm not usually like this at all I'm usually very rational and quite calm. Pregnancy seems to be a bit crazy!

Cakelaur Sun 10-Jun-18 17:47:07

@FASH84 hahhaha! Brilliant!!! My biggest bug bare at the moment is he puts him and his step son and ex wife first and I seem to just get told. For example. Today we were supposed to have a weekend just the two of us. His kid calls and says he wants to come round. So he says cool. (I love his son so this isn't a biggie) but all our US plans were put to the side. He then took the puppy out for a walk with his son without me which we had planned to do later. And then he left for work and was like.. oh drop him back to his mums will you?! I was like WFT?? Haha!! All because his ex wife couldn't be arsed to come get him. It's happened a few times recently where his ex calls the shots and I just have to fit in and any plans we have are just dismissed!! So silly. Just feel like a 3rd wheel at the moment! 🙈

Cakelaur Sun 10-Jun-18 17:47:57

Oh and yes due 17th December!! Eek

lynmilne65 Sun 10-Jun-18 17:52:03

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FASH84 Sun 10-Jun-18 18:00:58

Ooh yeah, that sounds a lot more reasonable in your part than my random hissy fits.

@lynmilne65 goady much?

Cakelaur Sun 10-Jun-18 18:02:09

@lynmilne65 😂😂😂😂😂

Cakelaur Sun 10-Jun-18 18:08:43

@FASH84 I defo feel like it's silly hissy hits! I feel like a child saying I feel left out! Haha. But I just think we're now a family that it should be more about us. If it helps I flipped out (quietly) that he left the milk out!! Haha

FASH84 Sun 10-Jun-18 18:10:59

😁😁 the milk thing I completely get, but he shouldn't just expect you to run around, a please never hurt anyone

Fedupxmum Sun 10-Jun-18 18:11:01

Been like this all the way through my pregnancy 😂 hubby getting on my nerves so much that some days I just hate him haha doesn't do anything right. It's the slowness that gets me most, he's just soooooo slow, it's painful. I've been asking him since 9 this morning to do just one thing, it's now gone 6pm and he's still on his phone, doing nothing.

Cakelaur Sun 10-Jun-18 18:13:55

@Fedupxmum hahaha!! Yeah sports defo comes first before any chores in this house!! Do you think he'll do it before bed??

Somersetter Sun 10-Jun-18 18:16:28

Horrible thing to say, even as a "joke" hmm

SheStoopsToConker Sun 10-Jun-18 18:24:31

Oh dear, how very Netmums. Mumsnet really has changed in the past year or so...hmm

AllTheDressesInAllTheSizes Sun 10-Jun-18 18:24:54

Look, this kind of thread title and content might be par for the course on other websites, but it's quite unusual on MN.

It's like a magnet for TRAs / MRAs tbh so you'll get some negative comments, and it won't be personal - more a desire to look after the site.

Best wishes with your pregnancy, and the hormone fluctuations - lots of us have experienced that.

Nothisispatrick Sun 10-Jun-18 18:28:15

lynmilne65 really? You can't figure it out in the context?

But no, he's actually been very supportive.

Cakelaur Sun 10-Jun-18 18:31:09

Oh people behave. It's a figure of speech!! Relax. No ones actually hitting anyone!! 🙈

Fedupxmum Sun 10-Jun-18 18:49:25

Hes on the move so fingers crossed 😂

And wow, really? People taking this thread so seriously? It's not like op said she was gonna actually go and punch her husband 😂 figure of speech taken out of context much? Chill out, everyones hubby can be annoying sometimes and they say the same about us. If you had a little moan once in a while then maybe your butt wouldn't be so tight 😂

twistedpink Sun 10-Jun-18 19:13:17

First few months hated him... literally hearing him breathe made me want to kill him. Then I was utterly in love with him.... now I'm 39 weeks and day by day itchanges. 90% of the time i hate him though. Poor bloke hasn't done anything.... sometimes I kick him really hard in the night to get my anger out 😂

Fedupxmum Sun 10-Jun-18 19:20:18

@twistedpink hahaha omg, you mean you kick him and pretend you didn't mean it? I've done that before, haven't in such a long time though, like years. I'd backheel him in bed and pretend to be asleep 😂

endoftether82 Sun 10-Jun-18 19:27:20

If a man wrote that about a woman etc etc. Not the nicest "figure of speech" to have used.

twistedpink Sun 10-Jun-18 19:31:17

@Fedupxmum yeah! Haha he snores so loud too and with the lack of sleep I already get I can't even contain my anger anymore... I got busted last night though and this morning he said.... I caught you kicking me last night 😂😂 he said he waited until I was heavy breathing and farted on my for revenge haha... just remember... they may always be one step ahead!

Fedupxmum Sun 10-Jun-18 19:39:10

She used it as a way to express herself, I doubt it was meant in any other way. What happened to a lighthearted moan/laugh with each other. It's called banter... Fair enough if you didn't like the title but after coming in to actually read the thread I'm sure you have enought brains to figure out it wasn't serious.

Fedupxmum Sun 10-Jun-18 19:44:34

@twistedpink EXACTLY the same here haha my hubby snores sooo loud too. I give him little digs to shut him up 😂 two nights ago he started snoring and I woke up and told him to turn over cuz 'he's been snoring all night, keeping me awake' and he said 'wtf you on about, liar, I only got to sleep an hour ago' haha.

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