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    I always cried watchin Shrek

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    I just remembered breaking down at heathrow airport when preg with DS. It took so long to order something to eat that was pregnancy friendly, then while we were waiting I realised the thing I ordered had mayo on it. I tried to ask them nicely to change it but they had already cooked it. I just kind of burst into tears and ran off. DH was so ****ed off at me for taking off because there are so many people but he eventually found me and gave me the food he had ordered instead.

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    I know I'm pregnant and overly emtional when I cry because I can't get my quilt on me evenly and comfortably..

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    Last night I cried when Charlie was saying goodbye to carrie on 'The Project'

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    I cried & got all cranky today because DH yelled at the dog for getting into some rubbish outside!

    Now I've got the guilts because DH stormed off into town.... after cleaning up the dog's mess.

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    when you cry because you dropped you cupcake. It truly was the end of the world. Love pregnancy hormones.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MrsHoward View Post
    I always cried watchin Shrek
    aw I do this when not pregnant! It's a lovely movie

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    I cried during the first trimester with my first pregnancy because my partner cooked me dinner while i was held up in bed with morning sickness. I cried because I was I was craving bbq sausages so bad so he made me some pork sausages but he under cooked them and they just tasted foul. I cried and cried because I was so disappointed. He got so worried and upset and kept saying what should I do? Should I call your mum? Lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by mummabear13 View Post
    I cried during the first trimester with my first pregnancy because my partner cooked me dinner while i was held up in bed with morning sickness. I cried because I was I was craving bbq sausages so bad so he made me some pork sausages but he under cooked them and they just tasted foul. I cried and cried because I was so disappointed. He got so worried and upset and kept saying what should I do? Should I call your mum? Lol

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    I love the "should I call your Mum?" that's so something my DH would say. The ultimate "I have no idea what to do, Mums can fix this stuff, I know it!"

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    I cried watching Sesame Street when India Arie came on and sung the ABC's! It was just so beautiful I thought haha

    I also cried in every single kids movie I watched.


 

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