Posted: Thu May 08, 2008 1:56 pm
Post subject: blubbering
Posted: Thu May 08, 2008 2:38 pm
your not alone , i am 18.5 weeks now but i remember when i was 6/7 weeks .
we had a holiday planned , not expecting to get PG as quick as we did ( 2 weeks) there was about 20 of us going snowboarding , sat in a lovely bar with stunning views surrounded by our friend and me pregnant ( WHICH WE HAD PLANNED FOR 2.5 YEARS )
i found myself running to the loo / apartment / anywhere out of sight to cry for no reason why ??
i was so happy ,but i just felt overcome with sadness !! i think its your body / mind getting used to the news .
it does pass i promise now i only cry at the telly !!
chin up lady try keeping busy i no it hard but you will feel better soon ,promise xxx
Posted: Fri May 09, 2008 1:43 pm
I did the same last night, I am nearly 13 weeks and tried to start an arguement with my partner for no reason at all and ended up in tears for about 30 minutes. He was very comforting and did not rise to any of it. Bless him.
I thought I was loosing it but now realised that it is just the norm.
Posted: Mon May 19, 2008 7:53 am
im now 7 weeks pregnant my partner offered me a cup of tea i went absolutely crazy you could swear he had offered me a cup of arsenic and as for the crying i was watching a group of school children singing on the tv yesterday and the floodgates opened im just lucky my partner has been through this before or he would think i was a CRAZY CRAZY Woman just keep telling myself that the beautifull little baby at the end will make these crazy antics worthwhile.
Posted: Mon May 19, 2008 10:52 am
Darlin, your defo not on ur own with this one......im 32weeks & have had bouts of blubbering all through my pregnancy(& will still b blubbing after hes born..lol) dont know what area ur from but in my area they give you a pnd form at 20wk scan to see if your likely to suffer from it during or after the pregnancy.just go with each day as it comes & think bout the joy at the end of it all is well worth it..!!!!! x x x