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Old Apr 24th, 2013, 16:47 PM   1
bassdesire
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Cry-kids are driving me NUTS today


OMG I swear I could just lay in a corner and cry. These kiddos are irritating me beyond pieces. Every single moment of today...meltdowns, cries, tantrums, asking for things every 3 seconds...

I can't help but think what in the heck am I doing with a third in the oven. I just can hardly take it as it is!

I want to put them to bed at 5 PM without dinner lol. Hubby works loooooooong hours and I am on my own most of the time.

rant over. sorry ladies.



 
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Old Apr 24th, 2013, 16:50 PM   2
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Big hug , sorry your going through this. Can you throw on a movie for them and maybe take a shower? Or call anyone to come help for the day? No shame in asking for help



 
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Old Apr 24th, 2013, 16:53 PM   3
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Just look at it this way... in 7 months time or whatever it will be, your kids will be a bit older, your toddler will be more independant and you're probably thinking about school or nursery.
& By the time this one is up and walking your other 2 will both be old enough to understand XD

That's the idea I'm clinging to with Zane anyway, that he will be older and not need me as much when this one turns up.
I'm hoping this one will need as little care as Zane did and I can still give him most of my time until he is old enough and adjusted.



 
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Old Apr 24th, 2013, 17:05 PM   4
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My 3.5 year old hardly even notices or plays with my 1.5 year old. The younger one is social and wants to play, but her sister is just plain nasty these last few weeks--Three is the WORST I tell you!

I'm just irritated being at home all day long--feels like no escape. No family nearby. I could hire PT help, but it feels wrong or whatever.

Just thinking of breakfast, lunch, and dinner alone day after after day...uggggghhhhhhh

and being sick and preg I hardly want to move you know? The toys are all over, too ugh...

thanks though ladies hugs



 
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Old Apr 24th, 2013, 18:53 PM   5
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Man do I feel ya!!! I have an almost three yr old and I babysit a 2.5 yr old. Some days are so awful! They fight all day and I feel like I am going to lose it. Luckily for me once I get about 36 weeks I won't be keeping him anymore.



 
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Old Apr 24th, 2013, 20:15 PM   6
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I've been there before but one thing I can say is although you feel sick, it does fly by. Is there anyway DH can work from home for a while so he can at least be in the house to help you? It sucks being alone and not having any help. I'm sorry. And kids just don't get it.



 
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Old Apr 24th, 2013, 22:07 PM   7
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I've been there before but one thing I can say is although you feel sick, it does fly by. Is there anyway DH can work from home for a while so he can at least be in the house to help you? It sucks being alone and not having any help. I'm sorry. And kids just don't get it.
They totally don't. And I had a massive migraine yesterday and could not raise my head or see light. I kept telling them mommy is sick...

Hubby has to bill per minute as a lawyer he is going in a bit late tomorrow and dropping my oldest at school.

I'm worried to complain to my family as I already have it hard enough but now I'm adding so they have no sympathy whatsoever. I don't have a good relationship with them....long story. I'm going to start therapy again tbh...I could use the venting and emotional management.



 
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Old Apr 24th, 2013, 22:08 PM   8
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I've been there before but one thing I can say is although you feel sick, it does fly by. Is there anyway DH can work from home for a while so he can at least be in the house to help you? It sucks being alone and not having any help. I'm sorry. And kids just don't get it.
Omg a girl!! Yay congrats!! Time is flllllllying by!!!!!



 
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Old Apr 25th, 2013, 21:39 PM   9
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I just have one so far, but I feel your pain. Today DS was clingy, cranky and crying, and then he pooped in the bathtub and peed on the floor (the combo of which made me vomit-- yay morning sickness!). I felt like I needed a stiff drink.



 
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Old Apr 25th, 2013, 22:45 PM   10
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I just have one so far, but I feel your pain. Today DS was clingy, cranky and crying, and then he pooped in the bathtub and peed on the floor (the combo of which made me vomit-- yay morning sickness!). I felt like I needed a stiff drink.
Our youngest is pooping in the tub!!! Ugh!!!



 
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