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09-17-2008, 12:20 PM
Okay I'll be into my 39th week on monday and i'm extremely onery and getting irritated over everthing it seems like, does anyone have this problem and know how to cope with it i'm really trying to be a nice pregnant woman i really am but i'm just getting tired i guess, can someone help me, am i being a brat or is it just because i want my daughter here?
09-17-2008, 02:11 PM
I had that same problem both times I was pregnant. You're hormonal, uncomfortable, anxious for the birth, and you feel like you've been pregnant forever. I understand. I used to warn prople at work at the start of my shift, "I'm grumpy, just let me do my own thing".
Just keep reminding yourself that VERY SOON you will get to hold your brand-new baby and this will all be worth it. When I was feeling especially grumpy I would demand some time for myself, it usually helped. I also did lots of apologizing after the baby was born for being so mean while I was pregnant.
09-17-2008, 04:18 PM
I HATE IT! today is the worst day ever I've been so emotional and onery and I'm really trying not to I promise but ugh...everything stupid keeps happening you know it's dumb but it's just the way I feel I guess, but i guess I do only have a week until I can see her and hold her. I just feel like i've been pregnant forever and my husband thinks the same thing. but i'm getting scared too, I just hope everything goes okay and nothing bad happens.
09-17-2008, 07:18 PM
I'm due Sept 27 and I find myself very emotional. I cry for no reason. I think it's just because waiting for the baby to come is a frustrating time. If we knew an exact date and hour they'll arrive it would be easier. The problem is, it could be tonight, tomorrow, or a week from now. It feels insecure to not know.
09-17-2008, 08:15 PM
AHhHh!! You guys are almost done!! I'm only 14 weeks pregnant and i snap at everything and everyone. My fiance and his daughter start running when they see me!! i try to do what the doctor told me to do, which is take a deep breathe, close your eyes, and image your somewhere else. But that doesn't work worth a damn. i think sometimes it's your family that helps you stay calm, because when my fiance sees me starting to get onery he looks me in the eyes and just says i love you honey, and starts laughing, letting me know that i'm about to freak out about nothing.
09-18-2008, 03:51 PM
yeah for sure, i do the same thing i wish we could just tell them when to come. just wait until you get where i'am you seem to get worse because you get really swollen and tired and everything seems to get tight and just plain uncomfortable and it begins to royally suck!!! but it will be worth it for sure because at least your getting something out of it you know. I JUST WANT HER that's all it is i want to be a mom!!
09-19-2008, 08:46 AM
This is pregnancy #4 for me ...and I am 40...and for the first 15 weeks have been sick, sick, sick ...and according to my husband..incredibly moody and down-right grumpy!!! He claims that before I was never grumpy...but I think he has selective memory! Don't get me wrong there are good days...hopefully coming soon!
09-23-2008, 03:44 PM
wow so you do know how it is, i'm due next monday and i keep getting the teasing contractions and i'm getting irritated almost with it, it's like ugh just come and wuit teasing me with these fake contractions because i jst want to have this belly gone, my husband is feeling the same way, he just wants his little girl i can already tell she's going to be a daddy's girl for sure. mama's dream and a daddy's girl ha ha!! my family said that i have been so good with this pregnancy and that i havent complained about anything but now i feel bad becasue i'm complaining and it's almost the end so now i don't feel like i've done that good you know what i mean ladies??
09-23-2008, 07:36 PM
I'm 17 weeks and I blow up at my husband often. I feel really bad, but if he could only switch me places. This is my first baby and I'm really excited, but everything just seems to make me unhappy. I get tired of apologizing, but hey I think the outcome is worth it. I just hope he can see that and have the courage to deal with me.
09-25-2008, 04:01 PM
I'm sorry, i did that today actually i felt so bad and i had myself really stressed out and i'm 40 weeks on monday, it's just hormones and you CAN blame it on that, our problem or at least one of them is that we havent had sex in a month almost because it's so hard to right now, but hoepfully everything will get better for you, ladies have you ever had your breasts hurt right before you go into labor, because mine are really hurting today, not too bad but they are really sensitive.
10-29-2008, 01:53 PM
I am 12 weeks today... YAY!! and I have 2 other kids at home now and my nerves are so short w/them and DH. I hope it gets better but it don't sound like it. This is my 2nd preg, 1 kids is step child. I don't remember being like this w/ 1st one but all preg are diff they say.
10-30-2008, 11:36 AM
I was just talking about this today. The other day I went grocery shopping and came home with fantasies of roasting a chicken with stuffing for dinner. I knew that my DH had cooked and made stuffing 2 weeks prior but I knew we had some left so I didn't bother to pick any up. Well the bird was done and onions were frying for the stuffing but when I opened the cabinet ... no stuffing mix! So I said to him wheres the stuffing? He said there isn't any. I replied " I JUST WENT SHOPPING! YOU DIDN"T PUT IT ON THE LIST! He said it's ok I'll go right now to the store and get some, we used it all last week. I replied WE didn't use it all YOU used it all! I was mad! Even though he offered right away to go to the store I still felt the need to chew him out!
While he was gone- guilt set in! I couldn't believe I talked to him like that ... over stovetop! I mean it wasn't like it was thanksgiving and the bird was waiting to be stuffed. It was 5 minute stovetop!
I was rediculous!
Preggosaurus I tell you!
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