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i'm 29 weeks pg and ds2 is nearly 1 yr and i'm chuffin KNACKERED!!!! anyone else?

(9 Posts)
frazzledfairy Thu 23-Aug-07 21:19:07

how am i going to drag my decrepid body round for the next 11 weeks? think one of my hips is about to fall off!

when will he learn to walk?

am sick of crawling round on my hands and knees picking up choking hazards, sick of crawling round full stop but it is easier than getting up and down

dh great when he gates home and ds1 (nearly 7) a godsend, but i'm soooooo tired.

is anyone else in the same pitiful and sorry state?!

notnowbernard Thu 23-Aug-07 21:29:14

No, but am sending sympathies your way

massivebigpantsface Thu 23-Aug-07 21:31:24

FF - gosh, how on earth are you doing it - you must be superwoman!

I keep wondering how I am managing to get from one day to the next with just my one 7m dd!

You are doing great - not long now, just get rest whenever you can and make sure you are being looked after.

BetsyBoop Thu 23-Aug-07 21:35:34

similar pitiful & sorry state here

DD is 20months & a real live wire, can't take your eyes off her for a minute or she's making mischief, full of beans ALL the time.

I'm 30wks & struggling - so tired (and grumpy ) by the time it gets to her bedtime, my patience has just about evaporated

Glad your DH is helping out, my DH works away Mon am to Fri pm, so can't help much (he's absolutely FAB at the w-e's though ) so the time he gets home at 5pm Friday, I'm just about done in.

Don't like to think about 10 more weeks of this - and then the FUN starts

frazzledfairy Sat 25-Aug-07 16:57:57

glad it's not just mesmile

don't know how you cope with your dh away during the week, i clock watch till dh gets home at 5-5.30ishgrin

kyala Sat 25-Aug-07 22:27:44

Read OP:
Yup feeling your pain only my DD is 2 yo and thinks it's really funny to spit food out whilst walking from one end of the room to the other, so, today, my front room smells mostly of garlic and chilli olives!! (She is a strange child with very strange tastes hmm)

Also she feels the need to be on me all the time (she must sense that at some point soon she wont be able to cos there'll be a baby there taking her space) but my lap's getting smaller and smaller by the day! shock

Oh and did I mention that I have SPD, my house is a tip and I still haven't got my hospital bag totally up together (so far have packed a pair of jammies, some maternity pads and a couple of nappies!)

Oh well not long to go now I s'pose! I'm 37+4 (and 22 hours +27 minutes, and counting LOL)
I've got my finger's crossed it'll be early too, tomorrow's good for me. . .

kiansmum Sun 26-Aug-07 00:04:39

Hi Frazzledfairy,
You have all my sympathy hun! I know exactly how you feel.
I have a 10 mo DS and i am 34+4 with a DD. I also have an 8 yo and 6yo.
The 2 eldest are bored all the time at the mo as it's the summer hols and DS is learning to walk and just keeps trying to eat everything!
Meanwhile i have SPD in my right side so can hardly move(i've been given crutches and a support belt!) and i feel like a beached whale!
I'm living for the thought that it's not for much longer.
Take care and don't worry, you're not alone, we'll suffer together.

meandmy Sun 26-Aug-07 00:10:53

just want to say you ladies may be knackered but you must be fab i can just about survive the day with my one 15mo dd and no bump!
my cousins gf is 6m pg with 8mo feel for her too

honeydew Sun 26-Aug-07 00:38:48

well I do know how you must be feeling and can relate to your exhaustion. I have a 3 year old, a two year old son and a four month old so my life has been pretty hectic! When pregnant with my DD2 recently I was really really sick and I always show very big. I didn't walk, I crawled to the local shop and back again and that's about as much as I could do in the later stages!

I do not know how I coped running around after 2 toddlers, but I did survive! It's such hard work, I know but you WILL get through it. I have a supportive dh but he is at work a lot so I do a long day on my own with the kids. Keep positive and take each day at a time. Best of luck!

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