My husband came home the other day and said his workmates have asking him if I've been a complete nightmare to deal with since I became pregnant (I'm 36 weeks now). He told them no. He then apparently gets knowing smiles and 'just you wait' type comments. This has been going on since I fell pregnant.
What is it with guys and this? It's like they assume we all turn into hormone filled, raging, selfish maniacs when we get pregnant. I get the crying thing (where my eyes fill up with tears for virtually no reason) but I just ask DH to ignore it, it's just a pregnancy thing.
You hear stories about women sending their husbands out to buy food in the middle of the night, dropping their bundle and going hysterical, being ridiculously demanding etc, but I've never actually heard of a woman being this way.
The pregnant ladies I've heard of have coped as best they can, been kind and compassionate to their husbands and the fact that the husbands are going through this too.
What do you ladies think? Does this actually happen on a large scale, or is it largely a myth?