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    Default So cranky with the world

    Is anybody else feeling cranky? I'm 32 weeks today and have absolutely no patience with anyone in my house atm. I feel sorry for the poor kids but my husband - I just really dont care what I say or if I offend him. Everything he does or says is wrong and i can hardly look at him without feeling contempt. I can't remember ever feeling like this with my other pregnancies. I hope it passes soon.

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    I've been feeling like this too lately. I'm 29 weeks with my first.
    It hasn't quite gotten that bad yet. But I do catch myself snapping at DP for absolutely no reason. I then feel guilty when I realise it but it doesn't stop me snapping again tomorrow.
    Lost all patience with friends, family and work colleagues too.
    I wonder when we get over this!

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    Yep Im just over 32 weeks and exactly the same.

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    Everything just takes so much energy! I can't lift the kids and my belly is so big it's hard to did room for them on my knee.

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    I feel like a screaming banshee. Poor kids have just started school holidays and I'm sure they'll be happy to go back to school at this rate. I might have to put myself in time out. I guess lack of sleep, cramps, expanding bellies and hormones can be blamed.

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    I'm 31 weeks and I'm feeling much the same. In putting it down to a lack of sleep right now though.

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