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    I don't understand how I can feel so much anger towards such a small baby. I feel awful. I just can't stay calm when he cries anymore. I honestly felt like I hated him and wanted to leave him alone to fall off the bed. What is wrong with me to make me think that?

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    Quote Originally Posted by tadpoles View Post
    I don't understand how I can feel so much anger towards such a small baby. I feel awful. I just can't stay calm when he cries anymore. I honestly felt like I hated him and wanted to leave him alone to fall off the bed. What is wrong with me to make me think that?

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    there is NOTHING wrong with you sweetie. Is this your first bub? I only ask because I was exactly like this with my ds. Honestly I hated him at times too. It was like being in a nightmare without any chance of waking up. I think babies are designed to cry in a way that makes their mum want to run away! And newborns cry all the freaking time!

    I promise it does get better, in the mean time out him in his cot and have a cup of tea. He will be fine.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tadpoles View Post
    I don't understand how I can feel so much anger towards such a small baby. I feel awful. I just can't stay calm when he cries anymore. I honestly felt like I hated him and wanted to leave him alone to fall off the bed. What is wrong with me to make me think that?

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    Hugs... I can't offer any advice except to say that I've felt that same feeling so many times. I hope the crying lets up soon.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Funnels View Post
    there is NOTHING wrong with you sweetie. Is this your first bub? I only ask because I was exactly like this with my ds. Honestly I hated him at times too. It was like being in a nightmare without any chance of waking up. I think babies are designed to cry in a way that makes their mum want to run away! And newborns cry all the freaking time!

    I promise it does get better, in the mean time out him in his cot and have a cup of tea. He will be fine.
    No, he is my second and he is 7 months old now. At the start everything was great.
    I can't put him down in his cot because we don't have room to put one up. He sleeps in the carrier during the day and our bed at night until we move that is our only option.

    Thank you though. I'm going to make myself a hot chocolate now and hope he stays asleep for awhile.

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    Just because ds1 is sensitive and can be emotional doesn't mean he's a girl, df!

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    Another day another week... Nearly 13 years of zero help.....I have 3 kids plus their dad, I can't keep doing this 24 hours a day. I am he'll worried about all lymph nodes in my neck swollen with no throat pain or sinus symptoms....but hey you were awake fir an hour ( your day off) then tell me I should be honoured you got up to eat family roast as you are sick ( yes a cough...you smoked a pack today as usual...same cough as usual) and I sleep I sleep everyday do I ? Crap I wish... 5 hours at most each night...over this ****e....sorry shhh your sleeping again...arghhh

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    Told you I was having a "day off" from parenting (which you've had 6 of this week and I have never had in 6 months), yet I still had to get bottles ready, clean up her dirty bibs and clothes that you leave lying around the house, pack away 5 thousand toys that you left out and tidy up YOUR mess because you're busy with the baby, while entertaining your parents who you invited over. I wonder who does all of that on your parenting days off? Oh that's right, ME!
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    You'd think maybe one night I could have more than 2 hrs sleep? You and your sister are old enough to be able to sleep through.

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    Seriously DD2!! Don't eat the effing cloud sand!!! 😞

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