thanks ladies , feeling much better now! think a good cry was what I needed, have now picked myself up, dusted myself off and am off out for lunch with a friend .
Will try and make my week nice and busy, but it is tricky when most of my friends work full time!
The insensitive texts are getting on my nerves too now, what is wrong with people just asking how i'm doing rather than, 'where is this baby', 'does he not want to meet us', 'you should have run the brighton marathon', err and on fb, 'any signs yet, i'm getting bored stalking your wall for news'. Very very sorry people, it's much worse for me! lol. Lets just say some texts have been ignored, others have had v short sharp replies! hehe
So pleased you are feeling better, amazing what a good cry can do! I'm all for it - I loved Chuck's idea! :-) I know it's hard not to be worried about it all (there is so much pressure from all corners!) You're doing the right thing by geting off fb, and ignoring the texts!
You have been a long time pregnant.. what's a few more days or a week even. Make the most of it. You're ready for this baby, so plan nice things to do, and baby will let you know when they are ready. The tightenings, the mood swings, the time you have; It's all progress, so at the risk of sounding hippy - fill it with joy and dispell/reject negativity. You are doing great!
I had a whole bottle of wine the day before DD arrived.. while I was loosing plug and having mild contractions (don't worry I sobered up for the birth), but it made the bouncing on the ball WAY more fun and cut it better than paracetamol ever could! Hahahaha
I read Spiritual Midwifery yesterday afternoon, and had very odd dreams about hippy men with long hair and beards watching me give birth in a teepee. I quite like the idea of getting a birthing high going, and am considering donning my living room walls with tie dyed sheets and pictures of various deities. I think wine would help too
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