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20/08/2007 at 07:00
I have really great respect for all your pregnant women out there who are working full time in their pregnancies or have other children to look after everyday
I'm almost 32 weeks and I'm starting to get really worried. I think this is my last week in my temporary job but can't be sure as they won't tell me til the middle of the week. The problem is though is that I feel truely exhausted and run down. I know I need to rest but I just don't have the time.
I'm also worried about my baby - she moves around quite a bit n she had her foot in my rib almost all weekend. But I keep gettign told I should be huge by now and I'm just not. I do honestly have a really compact bump. I know every pregnancy is different and that bumps differ a lot. But I have put on around 3 stone and I'm wondering where it all is? I measured 30cm at my last midwife appointment at 29+4 weeks and I can't see any further growth. Again, I'm probably just worrying over nothing
I am seriously getting to the point where I'm bordering on wanting to cry a lot cos I feel I can't cope with everything going on. My final project is due in on Friday and I just keep running out of time to get it completed and improved. When I do have time I have to try and sleep cos I feel so ill.
I would go and see my midwife but I don't feel as if I can talk to her about anything.
If I think carefully my degree is more important than any job but I can't just walk out when I'm in the middle of working (!) on something for them. I use the exclamation mark cos they have me in a room sealing parcels, putting labels on them and moving boxes around. An easy task I hear you all say - but I am at the point where I could really just collapse and sleep for a month.
Am I just being whingy this morning or does anyone think theres a way out?
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