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    Quote Originally Posted by kezty View Post
    When the thought of unloading the groceries by yourself brings you to tears....so you just get the cold stuff out and hope DH will be understanding and unload it for you when he gets home for lunch.... Which he does, you then cry again because you are so thankful that he did....
    This was with pregnancy #1, there have been many many many more times of crazy crying since
    Oh i remember doing this while pregnant...luckily i did the shopping with dh, was so exhausted when we got home that i started crying & stormed off to colapse on the bed. Poor dh was so confused...too busy trying to comfort me than unload the groceries!

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    I also remember almost crying because there were too many people standing around the bananas when we went shopping.

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    I cried because we weren't having a Valentine's dinner even though I roundly hate Valentine's.

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    I cried when preg with dd because I couldn't open the new jar of pickles. Sounds so stereotypical, pregnant and eating pickles but we eat a lot in this house

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    Lmao, oh my goodness. Bloody hormones!
    When I was pregnant with ds1 we went out for dinner. I started giggling at something DH and DD said, I couldn't stop and I think my body got confused because I started bawling my eyes out and doing that ugly face silent-big mouth sob.
    We had to leave before we even got to eat anything. It took me about 15 mins to stop, and then I cried because I was hungry


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    I got so mad with the way DF was eating that I cried.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Niki24 View Post
    Lmao, oh my goodness. Bloody hormones!
    When I was pregnant with ds1 we went out for dinner. I started giggling at something DH and DD said, I couldn't stop and I think my body got confused because I started bawling my eyes out and doing that ugly face silent-big mouth sob.
    We had to leave before we even got to eat anything. It took me about 15 mins to stop, and then I cried because I was hungry


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    That happened to me a few months ago. I was laughing and having a great time then stopped and started bawling, I couldnt stop!!! Poor dd was then getting upset because I was crying

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    I love how similar this thread is to the "Things my toddler cries about" thread

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    John legends all of you makes me cry like a baby.

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    Pretty close to tears right now because I can't reach my tea pot...


 
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