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Little vent at myself!
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Posted 18 April 2013 - 04:09 PM
Booked in for my section on the 30th, can't wait for these next 12 days to pass because I am truly over pregnancy and myself!!!
I am in so much pain I have hardly achieved a thing this week and with 3 little girls running around the place you can imagine what my house looks like! Instead of slowly cleaning it up during the day, after school drop off i choose to go to bed because i feel exhausted! I feel like shaking myself and shouting "get a grip woman, you only got out of bed a few hours ago!"
My midwife and surgeon have both confirmed baby has a rather large head and is well and truly engaged! YES I know, I can feel it! I wonder if i do some handstands he would move enough for me to get comfortable? LOL Who am i kidding, like I could do a handstand!
I seriously should be cleaning right now but sat on my back side feels so much better! I haven't even packed my hospital bag! GO ME!
AND....What is with EVERYONE asking every single day "aww still pregnant then?" How annoying is that question, I know they are all lovely people and have lots of sympathy etc but that question every day just really gets on my nerves!
Feel free to add your own vents, if you have any.
Posted 25 April 2013 - 11:57 AM
Hi strawberry blondes, I reckon you should just leave the cleaning, don't stress about it, after all it will still be there tomorrow! Just ignore those well-meaning but exasperating people. Only a few more days to go now, you can start counting down. Big hugs and good luck
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