I'm gonna feel horrid if I'm the only one but some mornings I wake up and think to myslef "I don't FEEL like having a baby today."
I just wanna get out of bed when I want, I want to go to the toilet without DS holding onto my knees, I want to make breakfast just for myself and eat it in peace, then I want to sit my a$$ on the couch and laze around all day long.
It's got nothing to do with not loving my boy to the moon and back, just reminiscing about my carefree days. Of course back then I used to think to myself "Gosh, I want a baby. I'm soooo bored!".
Can't win can I?
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17-02-2012 09:47 #1
17-02-2012 09:56 #2
I don't have a baby yet, I'm 36 weeks pregnant though & reading this has made me giggle cause at the moment I'm at the "gosh I'm sooooo bored - I want my baby" stage haha I'll keep in mind to appreciate it
17-02-2012 10:03 #3
I don't even remember life before toilet interrupted days.
I used to sleep in till 10am on a weekend wow, that would be so awesome!!!
I love DD more then life but seriously.. 6am wake up!!!?? Seriously!!??
17-02-2012 10:03 #4
No your not alone, I think we all have those days.
Hope you find some "me time" today
17-02-2012 10:13 #5
I love that relaxing bath that turns into kids crashing in, playing with the water while your trying to shave, and then the youngest ripping off his nappy and trying to dive in head first... Ahh so blissfully peaceful lol
I wake an hour earlier just to fit in some quiet time
17-02-2012 10:19 #6Senior Member
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What about "some DAYS"?!
My day yesterday was one. Its very rare for me to have a bad day ALL day but yesterday was a shocker.
Hope today is better!
17-02-2012 10:22 #7
I hear you. I love the bones off DS but some days I'd love to just be able to have 30 minutes to enjoy a hot cuppa and a biscuit without DS trying to climb all over me.
Last Saturday I looked forward all day to a bubble bath, (currently 28 weeks pregnant) got DS to bed, cleaned the kitchen and got in. DS decided it was party time and DH kept coming in to update me on DS not wanting to sleep, taking his Grobag off etc. After 40 minutes I ended up getting out of the bath and sorting it. Bubble bath ruined. I guess though they are worth it!
17-02-2012 13:44 #8Junior Member
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Ha! Wish you can have those days back! Natural to think that way sometimes spend some alone time.
17-02-2012 13:49 #9
17-02-2012 13:58 #10
Oh yeah, at 4:40am this morning I wanted to just roll over and pretend my dd didn't want me to get up & give her milk. When she didn't go back to sleep after her feed and instead wanted to play, again I wished I could just go back to bed & pretend she wasn't awake. Then, I looked at her face & she gave me her super cute grin and I melted ... how can they do that? I suppose bubbas know from an early age (she's 4 months old) that when they look cute it's a lot harder for Mummy to say no or get upset.
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