Can the pregnant people around me stop complaining?!?!?!?
Ok don't get me wrong I'm super EXCITED and happy about the people around me that are getting pregnant but could you please stop complaining!!!!! Oh I feel fat, oh I'm tired, oh I'm dizzy, oh I'm nausous!!!! I would give anything to feel these things! And you know I would so why, why are you complaining to me?!?!?!? AHRRRRR!!!!!
So other than that I find out this weekend that my ex-sister in law who only has one overary is pregnant!!!! Again I'm happy for them but >)
I don't want to offend anyone but I truely am happy for the people around me. It's just so hard when some of them even know that you're having trouble and still talk to you and say really stupid things!
I know exactly what you mean, I even turned round to one and said "i'll swap with you if you like" and they didn't know what to say. I shouldn't have said that but it just came out!! I even had one friend moaning that she'd got pregnant and had to postpone her wedding, I walked away and had a little cry after that comment. Some people!!!
Vicks, I think that it's ok to let people know those things because they can see how good they have it!!!!!
I do have a cousin that's pregnant and she also had some troubles but she is the best! She post on her FB everyday how happy and thankful she is for any type of pregnancy symthoms!!!
But then I have one of my friends who by the way I even convienced her to try to convieve because I thought it would be fun that we would be prego together got pregnant on the 2nd month of trying. Which I'm thrilled for her and she knows that. But today just pushed me over board and i don't want to offend her but she told me that her hips were big and that she didn't have any clothes to wear. I had to tell her that she should just stop complaining and start to enjoy the moment cause I would give anything to feel that way!!!!!! I then apologized.
you don't have anything to apologise for hun, it really should be others apologising to you!!!! One of my friends truly has been a star throughout both her pregnancies, she felt so bad that she was on her second whilst we were still trying for first. another friend, however, not quite so 'sensitive'. i've heard the "oh i'm so fat" line a million times, and that it's ok for me cos i can eat / drink / sleep when i want, etc...I end up biting my tongue.
I guess we can hold our heads up high for being strong ladies, trying to make our dreams happen. And when it does, I know we will be sensitive to others' needs, and thank our lucky stars we have finally done it. And relish every stretch mark, vomitiness and fatness the 9 months will give us &
at least i know that when i eventually get pregnant i will cherish all the good and even the bad. even if i feel rough and have sickness back ache and preg brain. i will be even more thankful and appreciative that i am pregnant. after all taking 2 yrs to ttc means i do not act insensitively and ask ppl why they havent had kids yet.
Hiya - Listen it's one of the hardest things in my own experience to try my ultra hardest to not let my situation get the better of me and make me bitter. I see people on a daily basis and if I'm havin a bad time find myself judgin them to question how good a person they are and how come they've been blessed with something so special and me and my DF can't be blessed. We've been trying for almost over 3 years now and no joy :sad:
I TOTALLY appreciate your thoughts and believe that although it's exciting for people it doesn't make you feel any better considering when it's the one thing that you are craving for.
Oh I am so sorry - I know how much this sucks! I have a super preggo girl in my yoga class who won't stop complaining about how she can't breathe, can't bend, can't sleep - ugh! And she tried for 2 1/2 years! I wish I could offer something to make it better but just know you aren't alone
right there with you on this one. I can not tolerate it. I've been pregnant before and KNOW it's hard, but come on... they know what i'm going through and they still insist on complaining to me. big hugs all round
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