i'm so shattered...HELP me!!!!

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  1. brunette&bubs

    brunette&bubs Mommy to James

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    I'm dead, I'm a zombie!!!

    This is mostly just a rant but I need support.

    Last night my husband and I got in a fight over a frickin baby mirror. So god damn dumb.

    Anyway, he left and I had no clue where he was until he returned at 2 AM which is when we decided to talk about it.

    After we reconciled and went to bed James decided to wake up at 3 AM, several times at 4 AM, 5 AM, then being wide awake at 545 which is very unlike him.

    Now, we are going on this 8 hour roadtrip tomorrow and my husband is working until 830 tonight.

    So today I have to finish laundry and clean up the house, pack for James, pack for myself, I have a dr. appt at 11, plus my damn MIL wants me to come over and make cookies :wacko: clean out the cars AND somehow take care of James between that.

    I'M FREAKING OUT HERE!
     
  2. Lellow

    Lellow Déjà poo ... Get it?

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    Glad you and hubby sorted the tiff out....thats a start!

    But i reckon you need to phone MIL, explain exactly all the things you have to do and that James had a crappy night and im 99% sure she'll understand and MAYBE even offer to help u in some way?!

    Seriously, making cookies isnt important today, getting ready for your trip is as well as caring for LO is!

    Try and fit a little power nap in somewhere too.

    Lotsa :hugs:
     
  3. meldmac

    meldmac Mom to an angel and Colin

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    Ouch poor you! Glad you and hubby made up :hugs: I agree with Lellow I think you should explain everything to MIL.

    Hope you manage some sleep hon.
     
  4. Surprise

    Surprise Well-Known Member

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    Oh what an awful night! Glad you and hubby worked it out. I definitely think the cookies are out. You can only do so much. Maybe your MIL can help out somehow?
     
  5. Louppey

    Louppey Mummy to 2 girls <3

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    Ring the MIL to explain the situation with her, you don't need to tell her you argued with your OH just say you had a bad night etc.

    Perhaps even ask for her to come over and give you a hand?
     
  6. shellie82

    shellie82 Well-Known Member

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    oh no what a rubbish noght, although glad you and hubby are sorted

    can you not give the cookies and car cleaning a miss??
     
  7. Lauren25

    Lauren25 Well-Known Member

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    Glad you worked things out! Maybe your MIL could come help you with what needs doing or maybe should could have James for a hour or so while you get things done !
     
  8. brunette&bubs

    brunette&bubs Mommy to James

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    Thank you everyone. I managed to get myself pretty much completely packed during James's morning nap.

    My best friend offered to come over at 9 before she heads to work to help me pack up James

    And my MIL is picking James up at 930 so I can finish laundry and packing and most importantly not lug him to my appt.

    Hopefully I can make it through today but I feel like I have way too much on my plate.
    A power nap would definitely be much welcomed!!!
     
  9. msmissa

    msmissa Mommy of 1 & expecting

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    :hugs: glad you guys worked things out. And, like a previous poster said, I'd call your MIL and explain that baby had a rough night and you have too much to do. Hope you get some rest, hun
     

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