I want to eat my apple pie but I can't be bothered making custard and have no ice cream. This is devastating to me.
This. Whole. Day
1. Thank you DF for answering the phone and talking loudly in your just asleep son's ear. No really, I appreciate it. Followed by the closing of doors, cupboards all loudly enough to wake DS up each time before disappearing off to work for the next 10 hours leaving me to hold him all day.
2. Keep your effing opinions out of my uterus everyone! If I decide to have one child then that's my effing choice. It's not a debate so stop saying "you can't just have one" or "you'll have one more." Just eff right off! The next time you say it, it's not going to be pretty. Family or not.
3. Being stood up again by childless best friend because the place she wants to go for lunch doesn't suit prams. So choose another effing place! You're putting food before your friendship.
4. It's only 12pm.
I think I may have just wet myself a little because of those Pap smear fart posts. Damn you evil women!
I really hope dd is teething or unwell. Sounds weird I know but at least then there's an excuse to her behaving, quite frankly, like a little turd.
Last edited by Little Miss Sunshine; 06-12-2014 at 16:34.
Just starting to feel confident with driving but I just literally can not figure how how close I am to things, meaning I cant park. At all. So what is the point in all the time, effort & stress of learning to drive when I'll never be able to go anywhere anyway?
Ive had my eyes tested. Ive walked around the car. Ive had other people walk around when im in the drivers seat. It doesnt make a difference.
Today I swear it looked like I was about an inch away from hitting the car next to me when trying to reverse out of a parking space but when I gave up & swapped with dh I could see that I was far enough away that I could open the passenger door fully with space to spare
I just dont understand what everyone else sees & why I cant see it
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Heartstringz I have bad depth perception issues as well -I take a very long time to park and I often get out to make sure I am in correctly before turning the car off etc. My DH gives me a lot of grief about it but I am fairly certain a lot of it stems from my severe anxiety issues. You are not alone.
It's always the day your child most needs a sleep that they fight it the most! Going out tonight and she just won't sleep!
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