Ok so excuse the shouty capitals....


Like seriously, that's twice in 2 days now that I have had to chase the roll of foil around the kitchen (not that you can actually swing a cat in my kitchen) but really! Why can't I keep hold of things, why am I being so clumsy, why am I becoming a slow moving blob of mess that can barely do the simple things in life without messing up.... Let alone care for little people when they arrive.

Jesus H Christ!!!!! I'm turning useless!!!! I tell you, it's all this stupid wrapping up in cotton wool crap that has completely turned me into weak and feeble mess. Jeez I used to carry ridiculous weights and pull ridiculously large roll cages full of stupidly heavy stuff and I used to lug tree trunks about and all that other... Rather manly stuff.... Now I'm just a useless mushy pile of eurgh-ness.

I wanna be able to go crazy and show how strong I am, not somebody who has to rely on everybody else to even lift a pencil for myself.


Today.... I do not like being pregnant ๐Ÿ˜ญ

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  • Aww chin up misses! At least you haven't set fire to a saucepan lid ๐Ÿ™ˆ your just having a bad day we all have them but it's all part and parcel of being with child or children in your case xx tomorrow's a new day ๐Ÿ˜™ xx

  • Ahh you have made me chuckle ๐Ÿ˜‚ I'm glad I'm not the only one who does silly things. I was just having a meltdown. The hubby walked in and I just started again.... The poor bloke was trying so hard not to laugh at me lol

  • Well I think it's the least he deserves getting you into this position ๐Ÿ˜‚ noo aww bless you both, have a lovely chilled evening and start again tomorrow xx

  • Awwww sweetie ๐Ÿ˜”

    Pregnancy messes with everything.

    My hubby has wrapped me up in cotton wool and won't let me do the things I always used to - it does my head in but he's just being sooo protective. I still drop things, trip over things, burn things - usually myself on the oven, and lose things! It is soooo frustrating isn't it?!

    I have gone from being an feistily independant woman who now can't reach to put on my own socks ๐Ÿ˜” I hate it too and I daren't risk shaving my legs - could be well nasty!

    I guess it's just your body concentrating in growing a small person and everything about us goes out the window - including our ability to function normally.

    Hang on in there xxx

  • It took 10 mins for me to put on shoes at the end, was too stubborn to ask for help! Haha

  • I think I'm going to end up like this. Socks are slowly becoming a challenge lol

  • I became bambi on ice during pregnancy. I was already clumsy beforehand and the shift in weight and centre of gravity really affected me. Didn't have a day where I didn't drop something, bump into something or wobble about. Even took a rather nasty fall in the bathroom one night after misplacing my footing getting out of the bath! I'll admit that shook me up but rest assured baby is cosy and protected so as long as you aren't throwing yourself or cages around, you're fine haha

  • It's a cruel thing is pregnancy.... You're fat and huge and if u try and bend over to get something.... Because you have already dropped it... You end up being winded because baby/babies have decided to sit right up in your diaphragm! You can't win... And the other half wonders why stuff takes forever to do and why random object are appearing in the middle of the floor lol

  • At least you can remember its called foil! I'm bloody rubbish at remembering what things are called now! Haha. I even called Niamh, 'It' yesterday as I couldn't for the life of me remember what or who she was. Never mind. I'm sure it'll get better! I hope! Xxx

  • LOL!!!! Poor Niamh lol well.... The brain is slowly losing itself. Everything is slowly becoming the oojamaflip or thingy-me-Bob or just generally errrrrrmmmmm. I think this our brains dumbing us down so that we won't find baby chat such a toll.

    It really makes you appreciate how intelligent (knowing more than 3 words) you actually were and makes you realise you were taking your memory for granted.

    R.I.P brain... I will miss you greatly.

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