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    Oh that sucks @A-Squared

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    So I've managed to calm down. I'm using this as an opportunity to try and find a new job and start the transition to working 4 days a week.

    If I can work an extra day a week and in a higher paying job then DH can also get a new job that is less pay and less responsibilities and more time with family.

    If life gives you lemons....

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    Quote Originally Posted by M'LadyEm View Post
    I am so tired today. Not sure why, I've not done anything for the past 2 days except sit around. I just can't keep my eyes open.
    That's pregnancy!

    I am... Waiting for my boys' bedtime. Kid free time come at me!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mod-Nomsie View Post
    That's pregnancy!

    I am... Waiting for my boys' bedtime. Kid free time come at me!
    Man if that's what it's going to be like I don't know how I'm going to function. Woke up about 6:30-7. Got up, had breakfast and was back in bed by about 8:30. Dozed most of the morning and got up again around 11:30. I'm now ready to climb back into bed and it's not even 9pm!

    I mean I've had days where I've needed a nap in the afternoon, but the fatigue hasn't been this bad, especially considering how little I've actually done over the past 3-4 days haha.

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    Quote Originally Posted by M'LadyEm View Post
    Man if that's what it's going to be like I don't know how I'm going to function. Woke up about 6:30-7. Got up, had breakfast and was back in bed by about 8:30. Dozed most of the morning and got up again around 11:30. I'm now ready to climb back into bed and it's not even 9pm!

    I mean I've had days where I've needed a nap in the afternoon, but the fatigue hasn't been this bad, especially considering how little I've actually done over the past 3-4 days haha.
    That's exactly what it's like. I remember some days driving home from work and I should NOT have been behind the wheel I was so tired.

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    Luckily I don't work in a job where I'm in constant states of sleep deprivation.... oh... wait

    On the plus side, my killer sunburn got me out of 2x 12hr night shifts tonight and tomorrow.

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    @M'LadyEm the exhaustion typically passes after the first trimester
    Then 3rd trimester you are physically exhausted but it's much easier to deal with

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    I am clearly nervous. Woke up a full hour before my alarm (and two hours, and three hours except I stayed awake this time) after only 5 hours sleep. I never wakes up before alarms, be they digital or of the children kind.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Little Miss Sunshine View Post
    @M'LadyEm the exhaustion typically passes after the first trimester
    Then 3rd trimester you are physically exhausted but it's much easier to deal with
    I know it's only supposed to last the first trimester but I'm already 9 weeks and it's like it's just hitting me properly now. At least I only have what, 4 weeks to go? Hope this doesn't mean other things will damp up now too, like morning sickness. Apart from a couple of teeny tiny random vomits in the shower while I've been bending over, I've had no nausea or vomiting *touch wood*. I feel like I've been lucky so far... almost to the point where I sometimes forget I'm even supposed to be pregnant...

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    Quote Originally Posted by M'LadyEm View Post
    I know it's only supposed to last the first trimester but I'm already 9 weeks and it's like it's just hitting me properly now. At least I only have what, 4 weeks to go? Hope this doesn't mean other things will damp up now too, like morning sickness. Apart from a couple of teeny tiny random vomits in the shower while I've been bending over, I've had no nausea or vomiting *touch wood*. I feel like I've been lucky so far... almost to the point where I sometimes forget I'm even supposed to be pregnant...
    I'm 16 weeks and I get tired after a big day but the utter exhaustion passed around 11 or 12 weeks. So hopefully yours will be short lived


 

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