i have no idea for real, but it sounds like what ive been told it would be like!
(just realised two planned sections means i know very little)
ahhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh etc lol got a few pains low down but nothin to write home about..... wish it would just start now...
another question does anyone know how hard it is to be a single mum? my fella is going to australia (sisters wedding)( and there is no way out of it) for 3weeks on the 21st of dec and im scared i wont be able to cope
i have a wonderfull partner but until last christmas he was a runner, when things fell apart or the kids got to much, he ran, to his mums 2hrs away.he hasnt done it in a year im relieved to say.
Youd be suprised how well you cope, i actually used to get stressed when he came back and messed with my routine! Just make sure you have a stack of nappys and wipes in the the places you may need them along with some clothes, spare muslins and so on, then when bubs decides to puke or poo up to her neck you are prepared!
After a week or so of having the baby you should know what you need constantly on hand.
i was 18 when i had jack, 20 when i had lola, doesnt make the slighest difference your age, alot of the lovely mums here have taught me that!
youll be fine trust me, its a learn on the job experience but its fun along with the hard times!
I think any one in the same posistion would feel like that, i know now i can cope completely alone with my two, but it doesnt mean i dont have a huge panic at the thought, and your baby will be young.
Your best saying how you feel, andrew would possibly be the same, but he always wants me to say it first! hes probably worried hell miss out on everything!
some woman said that it probably isnt the real show becasue there is no blood is that right???
i no chris reeeeeallly doesnt want to go and i dont want to make him feel bad for going....
im sorry ill b giving u my life history soon i just find people on here easy to talk to and you give great advice!! xxx
its ok, your giving them all a break from me!
we all tend to open up on here, its easy to. best place for advice too!
Ah, if andrew doesnt want to do something that i dont want him to do, but he has to it does make it difficult, will it cause alot of trouble if he doesnt go???
andrews family would go nuts if he missed the opening of an envelope because of me, so a sisters wedding is understandable, is there anyone else around who you could have christmas with?
My mum wasnt too pleased when i fell pregnant with jack, but after he arrived it all changed and we are really close now, you never know how your mum may feel when theres a baby grandchild in the picture xxx
Ok so you had a muscus blob in your panties and some low down pains...dont listen to those other women and listen to your body.Sounds to me like things will start happening soon if they havent already.Contact your midwife and just let her know what has happened so far.
If he goes away for the wedding hun, let him....because, you will be FINE. ♥ You and baby can have some time together, you can go for nice snuggles on the sofa, maybe have some friends over for a coo over the baby session, maybe go for a nicely wrapped up walk ♥
I know the idea of being alone sucks but you wont be
See if maybe you mum can be with your for xmas? im sure her attitude shall change when baby is with you
the argument with mum was because i found out my stepdad had lied to he i had proof and he told her i had encouraged him and she believed him and i cnt live with that atm... i know i shouldnt hold a grudge but i am lol....
felt a few low down pains today but thats about it iv told him he has to go but he says he will make his own mind up... o dear lol
iv lost a lot of my friends because they are more interestd in clubbing which is fair enough i will probably want to sleep to much to socialise anyway lmao... i just REALLLLY hope baby is here before xmas or it will b unbearable lol xxxx
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