27 Weeks And Depressed

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LinB - November 1

Hi Aviendha416 and Peapod - wot is going on, why don't people have common manners anymore?! I had a young mum (in the middle of a busy pavement) literally 'shake' her buggy out of it's folded status and if I hadn't been looking where I was going (as preg. women we have to as no one else looks out for us) she'd have 'buggied' me in my stomach. She didn't even look up/notice! Not to mention all the fe/males who walk a__sertively towards me in shops / on pavements etc expecting me (now 8.5 months preg. and, to be honest, showing!) dodge around them?! I can't wait till I have my buggy (my mother just bought me an 'off roader' heavy duty style one!) and I can push that into ankles and shins - revenge will be mine! No wonder you get mad Peapod, it's so disrespectful and down right rude. Good for you Aviendha416 giving people a mouthful! I must admit I tend to voice my anger these days too (a woman in the supermarket pushed her cart into me and I gave her a mouthful, which I'd do preg / not - wotever happened to 'do to others, wot you'd like done to yourself?!) End of rant!


babyluftblasenontheway - November 2

I am 28 weeks on Friday. I know exactly how you all feel. I always feel irritaded and frusturated that I can't do things like I used to. Walk far distances, pick up heavy things, sleep the way I want to. I feel left out because everyone has a life and I have a tummy. A sixteen year old walking around with a tummy is something that is something you dont see everyday, and people tend to scare. Which annoys the hell out of me, so I end up yelling at them lol. Also the back pains sucks.....ALOT. My body is not used to all this extra weight at all lol. I just want it all to be over. As I get closer and closer to my due date I get more and more anxiety about giving birth. I get mad when people try to do things for me, because I can still do them for myself, but when I don't feel good at all, I hate getting up and having to do it myself. It's all just so d__n confusing. This is definitly alot of trouble to go for, for a baby I am not going to be able to keep. Which just that fact makes me feel bad. GRRR d__n hormones


Meg3303 - February 25

Hey ladies,

This thread is old, so I am hoping I get some responses.  I am 27 weeks and have been depressed for the last few days. What set it off what a leak in the roof.  I have my baby shower at my house in 3 weeks and can't stop crying about the fact that the ceiling and walls may not be fixed before then.  All I want to do is lay around and sleep.  Worst part is I'm a teacher and have to put on a happy face everyday.  



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