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    Where's my invite? 36 weeks with a 4 yo and an almost 2 yo. I have something wrong with my jaw and haven't had a proper sleep for 2 weeks because of the pain.

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    I'm in for sure Allie! 33 weeks tomorrow with a 6 year old and a 2 year old who think it's fun to fight non stop. Argh!!!!! Back is about to break and the toddler wants to be carried around constantly. 2 more days of work to go then on daycare/school days I'm doing a fat lot of NOTHING!!! Cleaning the house just about kills me at the moment. 7 weeks to go!!!!


    Me + DH = DS1 (6), DS2 (2) and #3 due September 8th

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    Can I join this pity party? 32 weeks tomorrow and a 2.5 yr old who seems to have decided he needs me multiple times during the night. I don't understand, he was sleeping so well for so long! Ahhh well, gotta get used to the broken sleep again I guess. It's bl00dy tiring though! And DH goes away for work for 3 weeks on Thursday, gunna be a looooong tiring 3 weeks.

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    I'm so with you ladies, I'm 34+4 with a 2.5yo too and I'm completely exhausted. I toss and turn all night long, my back and hips are killing me and feeling just totally drained.

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    Yay a pity party, can I crash? I feel like I shouldn't whinge on Facebook so a place like this is perfect.

    I'm 36w+2d and sooo uncomfortable. I wake several times a night with mega pain in my hips. I have to walk around to make it go away, which is torture when I just want to stay in bed.

    I have a 3.5 year old who's not too difficult but she's getting to watch a LOT of abc4kids lately. I don't feel guilty about that anymore - mummas gotta rest!

    Man I hope I can have this bub at around 38 weeks!

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    Seriously the TV and the portable DVD player are getting a serious workout here too especially when DH is away.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Summerwinter View Post
    Seriously the TV and the portable DVD player are getting a serious workout here too especially when DH is away.
    Oh yes here too, today dd heard a short snippet of the guess how much I love you theme song from another room and started shouting bunnies, and then did it with driver dans storytime too. Dh just looked at me and I was like oops, clearly were watching too much abc4kids lately.

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    I'm 30 weeks and need to join too! I've got a 5yo and an almost 3yo, they are driving me crazy. I am already enormous and so uncomfortable, especially when trying to sleep. I would sleep a lot better without the almost 3yo insisting on getting in bed with me in the middle of the night!

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    Oh and I think my kids have watched so much abc for kids already that they're sick of it, so I don't even get any peace by putting the TV on!

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    Quote Originally Posted by ~Marigold~ View Post
    Sorry OP, off topic but @Purple Lily I can't believe you're already 36 weeks! Not long now, how exciting!

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    Aww thanks lovely! I hardly believe it myself

    Well we have a lovely little party going on in here! Hugs for everybody, pregnancy can be so rough It's not much but It's nice to know we aren't going through it alone. Oh and yes abc4kids gets a workout and so does the kids dvd collection!


 

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