Cracked it with tears and lots of swearing because I got the stuff on the stamens of some lillies on my favourite white top. The only one I have that I like and doesn't make me look like a fat heffalump. And it doesn't come out. Ruined!!!!
Plus I blubbered when DH felt baby move yesterday. Like - full on ugly cry.
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24-03-2014 12:49 #42
I cried the other day when I realized dh had thrown out the junk mail before I read it! Lol
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24-03-2014 13:07 #43
Yup im 26 weeks and always cry when watching one born every minute I used to hide my eyes watching the births lol
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31-03-2014 11:13 #44
I'm not even pregnant but I cried the other day because all my clothes are ugly and too embarrassing to wear out.
31-03-2014 11:16 #45Senior Member
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When u cry because your man has cooked u a lovely presented dinner. And I cried because it looked so nice haha
31-03-2014 11:45 #46
I'm close to crying now because I need to clean the house because I'm 39+4 and I just can't find the energy so I'm getting angry at myself... Well, you see the cycle here.
31-03-2014 11:51 #47
I am NOT a crier generally, but at nearly 34 weeks pregnant the following things have made me teary:
The movie Gravity. I bawled my eyes out when George Clooney sacrificed himself to save Sandra Bullock, and then proceeded to demand that my husband never go to space, and that he stop encouraging my children to want to go to space. Hhhhmmmmmm.
Most songs by John Farnham. Especially when he sings "When the War is Over". No idea why. I am very fond of him though.
The majority of the top 20 in Triple M's latest "modern rock" countdown. It was pretty much all '90's music and was the soundtrack to my teen years. Tragic.
09-04-2014 17:07 #48
I am not pregnant, but I am crying right now...with laughter, all of you ladies just made my whole afternoon. I think I might keep this thread to show my DH when I do get pregnant, just so he is somewhat prepared He is one of those men who panics when I cry because he just wants to "fix it straight away". lol
We have had an incident where I cried hysterically over not being able to get some chips and gravy once. I was only hormonal then. He lovingly refers to it as a "difficult moment in his life". I'll let him know that was just a practice hehe
09-04-2014 19:01 #49
I'll laugh so hard at something that my eyes will water, as is normal, but then my body seems to think "Oh is it time for crying now? LET ME HELP YOU WITH THAT" and I somehow go from laughing to uncontrollable sobbing.
DP -> "Wtf just happened"
Me -> "I don't know, I just have so many feelings! But that was a really funny joke"
Ah, fun times.
09-04-2014 19:38 #50
I remember crying when pregnant because my hot chips had gone soggy
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