Tired Of It

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Carol - October 7

I am 35 weeks and soooo sick of being pregnant! Last night I was up for three hours with back pain. My patience is shot!! The dog was pacing all around the house and when I tired to put her out, she wouldn't go and ran away from me. Then she threw up all over the dining room carpet and then still wouldn't go out. I am at the point where I am going to get rid of her. Then I tried to go back to sleep and my husband wouldn't stop snoring!! I am just sooo cranky and in pain!! I want this kid out!!!

 

sam - October 7

ha ha sorry but i had to laugh becoz im feeling exactly the same. i know its not funny but if i dont laugh i will cry. im 38 weeks and a little while ago i burst into tears becoz i dropped something!! my back is agony and i cant get comfy in bed or anywhere for that matter. i want this kid out too!

 

Heidi - October 7

I have to laugh cus this morning my dog kept standing at the edge of the bed looking at me and pacing the house and this always is a sign that he'd not feeling well but I just rolled over and within 10 seconds I heard him barft on my brand new carpet! So out he went. Poor boy! I felt bad for him cus I didn't get up when he told me to. My own fault there. I'm at 38 wks and feel the same way. It was really cold here last night and the fiance was freezing in bed and I woke up with sweat running down my legs. Just nasty!!!!! I should have just went and slept outside with the dog but instead I was up at 5:30 a.m. cleaning up doggy barf.

 

Barb - October 7

you guys are lucky...at least your dogs warn you before they barf...hahaha... I'll be sitting here and the next thing you know I hear the "heaving" and have to RUN dragging my dog behind me to throw him out...LOL.. CAROL... my husband snores ALL the time too and it IS annoying..how dare he sleep! ...kidding..but believe me, I understand your mood....VENT ALL YOU WANT =) and know you are NOT alone! ( I'm 38 weeks)

 

Jl - October 7

It is so sad we've been reduced to talking about dog puke! My dog does the heaving thing too, and I have to drag her off the carpet, which is what I had to do yesterday. Maybe the sick dog syndrome is a sign we'll be having our babies soon! Ha, I wish! But, it's weird that all of our dogs are getting sick...hmmmm

 

Heidi - October 7

It was really odd mine did cus we didn't give him ANY sc___ps last night cus we were gone most of the day but he did get his Lymes shot at the vet and that's all I can figure made him sick like that. Yep, they always barf on the carpet. Not the linoleum. Drives me batty! He always has this "I'm sooo sorry mom" look though cus he tried to wake me and I ignored him so I always feel so bad for him when he gets sick. Nothing worse than being sick and having mom yell at ya when you couldn't help it. I just wish he'd puke in the kitchen! Gees! Yeah that's weird they're all getting sick. Mine keeps bugging me all the time for attention.

 

marianne - October 7

I can't help but crack up too.. cause my dog didn't barf, but he did wrap himself and his long long long leash around both my legs this morning and I was trying to walk him! I stood there for a while and started to cry. I'm afraid I won't know how to handle his behavior when the baby is here because I'm sure the baby will have all my attention.

 

Tara - October 7

My husband snores as well so i always buy him nose strips and they seem to help...

 

Kelly K - October 7

Do the same thing I did.. I locked my husband and dog in the bedroom and started sleeping on the couch! This way I don't have to listen to him snoring or her chewing on herself all night.

 

Tammy - October 7

These posts are too funny!! I can pick out something from everyone's posts that pertains to how I feel. Have a dog, but no barfing. She only does that when she scarfs her food. Her thing is diarreha on the carpet, of course. She is lactose intolerant so you have to watch what you give her. As I sit here, my back is killing me. I cannot even put my knees together, it's so gross. I have a wedding to go to and I dread trying to find something to wear. My due date is 3 weeks from today. Yipee!!, but it's going so slow. Last night my 4 yr old had tee ball practice and couldn't find his cleats. I ended up yelling which turned into a crying meltdown. My husband came in and asked what was wrong, and I told him. He was like "wait, you're crying over cleats"? I made hubby take him and cried the entire time they were gone. My emotions are all over the place. I just wish I could sleep. The last month really is awful. I'm glad this is my last.

 

Carol - October 7

what adds to the misery of this is that my husband just laid in bed through all of this and then didn't get up this morning when I was up getting ready for work (he owns his owns business so he can go to work whenever he wants). I left for work without saying a word to him. I just left a note on the trash can which I put next to the puke and told him not to step in it hoping he would get the hint that it is his dog and I am not going to clean it up (he never cleans anthing up if my cat gets sick) and today is our anniversary, I just left his card on the bathroom counter. Well as of this moment I haven't heard anything from him and no flowers have arrived. So now I just want to go home and cry. I feel very neglected....

 

Tara - October 7

LOL..i've also had to sleep on the couch..before the nose strips my husband would snore and not stop no matter how mad i was..and then the dog would hop on my side of the bed if i got up to use the restroom and would growl at me if i tried to get back in bed..needless to say...she was laid out on my side of the bed and my husband was snoring like a mad man non-stop...LOL

 

Heidi - October 7

LOL! These are too funny. I used to rag on my other half cus he snored SOOOO bad and now it's ME who snores. I wake myself up snoring all the time and now he sleeps on the couch and the dog sleeps in his spot on the bed and HE SNORES! Normally I wouldn't care he's on the couch but for some reason it offends me since I'm PG so some nights I go out there and wake him up and yell at him to get his a__s in bed. He falls asleep watching tv and won't watch what I'm watching in bed is his excuse. Some nights I could care less and snuggle with my 100 lb dog instead. At least he doesn't elbow me in the face! But for some reason his nose drips and I roll over in a wet little puddle from his nose!

 

Barb - October 7

oh Carol...I understand your feeling neglected...how horrible! You know I've been having these contractions for 2 days now (of course they slowed down now) BUT...when they were coming every 5-7 min's the other night, my husband MOANED when he came home and I told him!! He was like" no...not now...not until I get some sleep, can't you wait until morning?" my jaw dropped...I wanted to cry.....I said "sorry to put you out" and went back to my couch. It's horrible! I even asked him if we could go for a walk or something...he said "no" he was too tired, ALL while sitting at the computer looking up car parts...If he was so tired, why didn't he just go to bed! Sometimes he can be really sweet....and sometimes, he can just be a DH (dumb husband is what I think that stands for!) so Carol...it's your anniversary...I DO hope things get better for you today, YOU DESERVE TO BE PAMPERED :) and remind your husband that this just might be the child that ends up taking care of HIM when he gets old...you never know...so he should take care of you now :)

 

Carol - October 7

Thanks Barb. Men just don't get it. I have ocme to realize that there is no more selfish creature on earth than a man. My DH came home the other day complaining that his back hurt. I told him I didn't want to hear about it. He can pop 2 aleve and feel great while I have the pain constantly and there is nothing that I can do about it. They need to invent a drug to give to men that will make them sweet and kind and sensitive....

 

Carol - October 7

Okay,. I just got an email that I have a delivery at the front office. I guess I feel a little better. This hormone thing is really terrible. So hard to control. I have been fine for most of my PG. It is jst in the last week that I feel like I am on a roller coaster of emotions!! It will be so nice when the baby is here. Maybe not for the sleepless nights, but just to feel somewhat human again..

 

suzan - October 7

I feel your pain... My back is killin me. My DH never wanted to cuddle before i got pregnant now he wont get away from me, and i get so hot when im sleepin now so its not comfy at all. Then when i finally get him pushed away GUESS WHAT TIME IT IS? I got to pee again! People wonder why i pa__s out and start drooloing during the middle of the day. =0)

 

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