Not coping today. I just want to climb under the covers and hide and never come out. I need time for sleep and to fill my cup, because it is empty. I've got nothing left.
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29-07-2016 07:21 #801
29-07-2016 07:34 #802
29-07-2016 07:54 #803
Hugs @Tiny Dancer. When I feel like that and there's no hope of even 10 minutes of peace I take DS2 and I out to a coffee shop. I buy him some terrible piece of cake/biscuit rubbish and myself a hot drink. The junk food keeps him happy beside me for at least 10 minutes and it's better than nothing!
When I have no cash available I may (shifty eyes) have given him a bowl of ice cream before 10am just so I can have a break.
Hope the day improves.
29-07-2016 08:19 #804Senior Member
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29-07-2016 08:49 #805Senior Member
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exhausted & completely spent. Also frustrated that after working so well to improve where things were at, that maintenance ECT doesn't look like it is helping to stop things retreating to where they were & feeling a bit at a loss as to where to from here
29-07-2016 08:56 #806
@binnielici, DH may have given DS a little ice cream before he even left for work this morning. I'm half an hour late for playgroup already, but I am going to drag myself out so I can just watch DS play for an hour without worrying about him doing something like climbing on the dining table.
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29-07-2016 08:57 #807
29-07-2016 12:41 #808
Feeling very drained and emotional today. Had an antenatal appointment at the hospital this morning and the midwife had confirmed that DD is now head down. Whilst this is good news, it has struck a new wave of anxiety in me. How am I supposed to attempt vbac if I'm this petrified?
29-07-2016 13:52 #809
Totally relieved that I found DS's teddy bear before bedtime!
29-07-2016 13:55 #810
(((Hugs))) @HeavenBlue, I remember being told my bub was finally head down, (something I was so hoping for) when I too was attempting my first vbac. I was so relieved in the Middy's room, but once I got home it all sunk in and I felt anxious.
I just took each day as it came, researched a lot and religiously read the book 'Birth Skills' as I felt like my anxiety was greatly reduced if I felt empowered, the whole knowledge is power thing.
Hope the anxiety settles for you. X
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