Hey guys, mostly I'm hovering around teen pregnancy as I'm pregnant with #2, but here's the thing, mainly for girls who have more than one child?
how the heck do you manage it? I'm still pregnant and absolutely exhausted. Don't get me wrong, I love playing with my daughter, but because OH is at the gym until noon, I have to do all the morning cleaning, feed DD, feed the cat, tidy up, bath us both, ect. I'm KNACKERED! So I'm wondering if there's a knack to this.. or if I just have to go along for the ride.
Umm there's nothing I can say that will help I suffered fringe HG I was hospitalized. My best advice take it slow I used to tidy my house after jaymee was in bed. I used to feed her while feeding my self and we used to nap at the same time. Plus I was working 3 job at the time. It will get a bit easier as time goes on but until Lo is here and even after Lo is here your going to be tired hun. Don't get me wrong I live my girls but the last time I had a full nights sleep I was newly pregnant with Katherine. Good luck
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