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    I had a sook a few days before. The morning i went into labour i was extremely pi$$ed off. I was so angry that i was up and DP was still sleeping.

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    I felt totally normal with DD1, forgot I was pregnant. Just calm, going about my day. Despite the fight I had with DH that day, it was like the last peaceful day of my old life.
    DD2 I was totally agitated, just over it and annoyed. As soon as I felt the labour pains I was an emotional wreck. So happy it would be over soon.

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    Sorry to hijack the thread but I totally agree with te bush flower emergency essences!!! They are amazing

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    I'm 40+4 today and woke up in such a foul mood this morning. I've had absolutely no patience with the kids at all either (first day of holidays too, great timing!). Then I attacked the house and now it's sparkling clean.

    Feeling less like a crazy woman but just emotional and over it and ready to admit defeat.

    No labour, or any signs of, for me yet - but I'll let you know


 

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