Is anyone else finding it hard keeping up with housework? It's really getting to me at the moment. I'm either too tired, sick or at work, the rest of the time I am asleep. When I do manage to do a bit, I get really tired much quicker than when not pregnant and I'm already finding it hard navigating with my growing bump.
OH works really long hours so even if he could help it wouldn't be very practical as he would have to do it while I am asleep which would wake me up and make me very grumpy.
Seems like a silly thing - I'm not really complaining, but think it will help me feel better to know that I'm not the only one. It doesn't help that I am a bit of clean freak so it is really bugging me at the moment.
I'm so spacey these days that I can't seem to finish anything. I just sort of poke at the dishes and the vacuum cleaner, then I stare at the large pile of laundry for awhile.
And then I suddenly go into cleaning frenzies in which I not only scour the house, but I clean out the spare room and plant the garden and bleach out the entire refrigerator and bake a pie...I'm hoping it will all balance out in the end, but truth be told, it's probably good practice to let go of the spic 'n' span house standards well before baby arrives.
im finding that too plus i've had a UTI this week and the antibiotics have knocked me for 6!! have got a thing for baking atm and i've alway rested the bowl on my belly and its been the erfect distance away for my little arms....not any more!!!!
I'm struggleing with the housework as well, but today I have decided to do a bit, I have started already putting some washing in and am about to vac the stairs and up stairs. But through the week other than washing up i have done nothing, i just dont have the energy just like the others have said doing a full time job then coming home sorting tea the last thing I want to do is housework I want to get my feet up and chill
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