Anyone else a moody coo?

Discussion in 'Pregnancy - First Trimester' started by Abz1982, Oct 16, 2008.

  1. Abz1982

    Abz1982 Mum to 2 nutters!

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    I seem to be VERY grumpy at the moment, so much so that last night whilst walking home from a pub quiz, OH was squiffy and winding me up and sulking so he got Mobli of his head - or he would have had he not ducked and it smached on the pavement :(.

    I seem to want a LOT of time away from him at the moment and its really upsetting him - I stupidly told him last night also that most days I don't find him sexually attractive. Which is mad cos I usually really do - just not at the moment :(.
    His work collegue who's ex was pregnant earlier in the year has told him its normal as I am 'hormonal' and it gets better, but I feel like a total bitch :(
     
  2. Jkelmum

    Jkelmum Well-Known Member

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    Your homones are all over the place hunnie dont feel bad and he should not be winding you up anyhow !
     
  3. Laura--x

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    :hugs: Dont worry, im exactly the same! Just your hormones going crazy hun, He better get used to it :D
     
  4. spoo

    spoo Mum to Harry and Emily

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    I think its absolutely normal as your hormones are going wild at the moment. Luckily this is something I haven't had to deal with, although I did hear myself going earlier "I don't WANT that one!" I sounded like a toddler!
     
  5. aevenstar

    aevenstar Mummy to Eleanor & Bean!

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    Can definitely relate to this -was sooo grumpy with DH last night! Which is stupid, because I'm not cross with him at all - very happy in fact!

    Problem is, whenever I blame hormones, he says he's entitled to be mardy as well - grr!
     
  6. lazydaisybaby

    lazydaisybaby Well-Known Member

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    I totally understand hun, but remember its just hormones!!!

    Mine isnt helped with the fact that my DD isnt sleeping well, so i am a very tired moody cow - poor DH!!!!!!!!!! :sleep:

    xxx
     
  7. Dragonfly

    Dragonfly Mother of 4

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    I am still moody i was storming about my house last night smashing things for no aparent reason i just was in such a bad mood. In thr first trimester I was like a demon though! i woke up with horrible rages! its calmed down now though.
     
  8. tink

    tink mummy of 5!

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    :blush: yep me,i lost it with my son this morning,now i feel terrible!:cry:i cant tell him its the hormones yet!:hissy:
     
  9. navarababe

    navarababe Mummy To Brooke :-)

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    I get moody to, my sister comes in from work and i hardly speak to her ect, and it dont help ive got mega sore heads all day everyday :cry: xx
     
  10. starryeye31

    starryeye31 2nd tri ~Its A Boy ~

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    lol oh yes this week has been bad , Ive made my step daughters boyfriend mad twice this week because I yelled at him and poor dh , he said geez what are you pregnant or something , ah I always get bitchy when im pregnant
     
  11. Fluella

    Fluella Well-Known Member

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    i'm so like this at the moment too! my hubby keeps moaning that i'm so moody at the moment and the littlest thing sets me off!! hopefully it will get better!
     

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