Does anyone else feel like crying lately ? I am only 15 wks and im told its normal but I just cant stop sometimes. And its for no reason at all ! It starts as weepiness or im upset about something silly like I ate too much or I dont want to go to work or I cant sleep and the next the next minute im balling my eyes out an DH is trying to console me and then Ill cry more because I cant remember why I started Lol ...and trust me...in not a crier ! Its so strange
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28-01-2013 22:19 #1
28-01-2013 22:30 #2
Oh Hun, hormone s*ck! Wait till you see an ad with a cute baby or fluffy puppy! I don't cry often but geez since having babies something has happened! I even cried at dd1's 2nd birthday infront of everyone!! (She was blowing out her candle) as she was growing up to fast. So sorry to tell you even after birth sometimes it doesn't go away.
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28-01-2013 22:42 #3
I'm with winterbaby - I was by no means a crier and since having DD from about 20wks pregnant to now 6 months old the stupidest things get the water works flowing. I feel like a reality tv personality crying for no reason.
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28-01-2013 22:52 #4
Gotta love a bit of emotional crying! I bawled today watching that little boy being airlifted from the floodwaters in the bag on the news. My DH just stared at me like I was a freak! Anything and everything gets me going these days..
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28-01-2013 22:57 #5Senior Member
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I cried at almost every episode of Modern family during early 2nd trimester. At happy moments - how stupid!! Don't worry about crying. It's a good emotional release
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28-01-2013 23:07 #6
So much changes I use to love horror movies, I have not enjoyed any since having her. And those murder/crime type movies if they're too graphic involving children I could literally be sick. Oh the joys of motherhood
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30-01-2013 09:13 #9
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30-01-2013 10:22 #10
Enjoy pregnancy crying. It's soooo much better than sleep deprived depressed new mum crying!
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