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Annoyed mum?

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thislittlepeach Mon 08-Apr-13 11:55:18

Hello, I'm 15 years old and have joined to ask a question to mums. This past week of Easter holidays I have been revising for my GCSEs in May, and my mum has been in a really good mood with me all week and it's been lovely. Then suddenly this morning she was in a foul mood and is ignoring me when I come downstairs for a break (normally she says hello and we have a chat) and just generally grumpy... I don't think I've done anything, nor has my sister, and there was no shouting, so I doubt an argument with my dad happened! I've asked her what the matter is but she says nothing...

What do I do? I'm very confused confused sad

ssd Mon 08-Apr-13 12:14:49

AW!! maybe its got nothing to do with you and your mum is just feeling rubbish! it happens for us mums too you know!

well done for doing your studying and don't worry too much about your mum, she'll probably pick up soon xx

you sound lovely BTW

HelenDaniels Mon 08-Apr-13 12:18:00

Have you got all the spoons in your bedroom?

Did you leave the milk out with a great big milk spillage which has now gone under the kettle?

Have you nicked her hairspray?

Seriously, though, perhaps she is just in a foul mood or upset about something. She probably is saying 'nothing' because she doesn't wnat to burden you. That's what I do with my dd sometimes. I would just be yourself and if she wants to talk to you she will. Make her a cup of tea!

Mumcentreplus Mon 08-Apr-13 12:37:23

I think she might in a bit of a grump...don't worry she'll snap out of it, shes probably worried or upset about something that she doesn't want to you to be concerned about.

Give her a kiss... that usually melts me when I'm in a frosty mood wink

Keep up the studying, I'm sure she's very proud of all the hard work you are doing at the moment. smile

thislittlepeach Mon 08-Apr-13 14:02:58

Aww, thanks everyone, I'll follow your advice smile x

ssd Tue 09-Apr-13 15:54:12

how are things today littlepeach?

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