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post #21 of 71
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Why would they expect dilation at just 35 weeks?
I havnt updated my ticker, but I'm actually 37 weeks. Possibly 38 no one really knows for sure. I'm due anywhere from 1-26 to 2-5. So I dont know. . . I dont see why whether or not i've dilated yet means anything anyways...not until i'm like 42 weeks and nothing is going on ya know?
post #22 of 71
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I had a dr appt on Monday and there was no dilation and the stupid dr was trying to convince me to just do a repeat c-section and I want my VBAC soooo bad.
You do not have to consent to vaginal exams. Regular prenatal care doesn't need to involve the removal of underwear at all. Especially if you want that VBAC.
post #23 of 71
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Originally Posted by SummerLynn View Post
I havnt updated my ticker, but I'm actually 37 weeks. Possibly 38 no one really knows for sure. I'm due anywhere from 1-26 to 2-5. So I dont know. . . I dont see why whether or not i've dilated yet means anything anyways...not until i'm like 42 weeks and nothing is going on ya know?
I don't see why either. I mean, I like knowing if I've made "progress" personally - though I do know in the back of my mind that even if you are dilated/effaced that doesn't mean much! I walked around for a week 5 cm dilated and 80% effaced with DS and STILL didn't go into labor.
post #24 of 71
oh girls, don't even get me started.

Nothing is going as planned. My mother was supposed to come and be here with the other two kids...she's not coming. And even worse, she's involving me in her totally personal dysfunctional drama with my father, to whom she is still married and in a totally toxic relationship.

My little brother (who's been my bff since, well, his birth!) has recently become some hotshot at his job and saved a hot load of money and realizes that said parents are actually "proud" of him now so he feels that he's "succeeded" and now can dole it out to me. I've been getting lectures left and right about what I screw up I am (um...since when did you become Dad and Mom) and how absolutely amazing it is to be him and have a Midas Touch. It's heartbreaking cause I lost my support system. I feel he has no respect for me. And I don't even know this monster he's turned into.

My inlaws are pretty pissed that we've put these boundaries down on them. At first they were acting a tinge remorseful and bringing gifts around for the kids on our once a month visits. But after I let them in our home, it seems that they feel all boundaries should be off and I'm totally being ridiculous now. But they've had it and are ready to take action. So, they've found a job for my husband in Nigeria and have suggested that he send me (his 9 month pregnant wife) and our two children (both under age 5) to the USA to "let her parents take care of them". Charming folk, really. DH wasn't buying it (thank goodness) and so this morning, my mil called him to let him know that she visited a coffee grinds reading psychic who said that I am basically a bitchy woman. She just wanted to let him know that SHE didn't say that, but a psychic totally picked up on that energy, so obvioulsy, if a psychic knows I'm a b*tch then dh should totally know that and he'd better get rid of me before he embarasses himself. Again. Charming.

DH called me to tell me and also say "it's weird how she knows, though, don't you think?"

CAN YOU BELIEVE IT?! I mean, he didn't even say this tounge in cheek. And our marriage has really been great. Even he's been commenting on it! But he has said "you are so excitable...you are pregnant with hormones...impatient for the baby, you just need to calm down and deal with it." and basically, in his eyes, I've been a big b*tch lately. Not doing what I usually do, making him do "everything" (ie, bathe the kids or get up on stepladders to reach stuff). Anyways, then he tried to save face saying "well she probably meant that you are a strong opininated woman who is very special and unique and that's why I love you and married you. Um, yeah, no thanks dude. Now go and get me some Oreos.

Baby has been really painful for ages. My pubic bone is so sore that when mw touches it to do fundal measurements I'm wincing in pain. Then she was like "well, the baby isn't positioned well, he's too high, and babies like that tend to have cord problems. I mean, WTF?! I was 36 weeks the day she came over, and because the baby isn't engaged he's now got cord problems? And what about people with breech babies at this point in the pregnancy? Jeeze!

So, even though I know it is bunk and totally bogus, I've still got it in the back of my mind which really p*sses me off.

My kids are bored and annoyed with me for not giving them enough attention. We are having constant showdowns. But basically, I can't even get them out of the house every day now, it's just such a pita to walk anywhere. I dont' want to be touched, everything hurts an dmy kids get such a rise out of trying to sit on my lap and jump on my back and do all these things I haven't asked them to do. I'm trying to be patient, but jeeze.

We are considering moving back to be near my family and my parents have basically come out saying that even though they offered all this and more, on second thought, they don't want to have to miss bowling league or golf or whatever to watch the kids fo rthe 10 hrs/week that they promised while I go to school and they also feel that, since I obviously NEED their help, this is a great time to start lecturing me about what a failure I am. Suddenly it dawned on me that I'm a 30 year old woman who ran away from home at age 16 (though they made me keep coming back until they couldn't anymore when I was 18, usually legal authorities) and I did it for a reason. I've NEVER come back and I don't know why I was thinking that anything changed.

DH is critizing me, saying I'm not forceful enough with them making good on their promises, but frankly, I don't need them. I don't need his family either. That isn't family, that's just drama and heartache. I've got some good friends but they are really spread out. Yes, my kids might have to go to a babysitters for a few hours for a month or so so I can get a nap and whatever. Or maybe I need to let my neighbors make them lunch at first. I've done all I can do. Frozen 2 weeks worth of meals for the family (which was no easy feat...and I'd do more if there was only more room), gotten all the laundry for the baby and everything done...I'm ready to go and now I just want to get this show on the road...get the birth and most importantly the immediate time post partum behind me and deal with planning for the future.

I'm SICK AND TIRED of people telling me that I'm not patient enough with the baby. I sat patiently through two births and a home miscarriage and now I want a slightly early baby (2 weeks or so) and you know what, that's fine! I'mn so sick of my parents looking for opportunities to try and make me out to be totally vulnerable and helpless so that they can swoop in and "save me" from this terrible life I've chosen (which they've been trying to do for 14 years...STILL with no success). I'm sick of my in laws trying to manupulate dh to leave me so that he can marry the Israeli woman of their dreams for him. I'm sick of my violent bil and sil who have both physically attacked me. One because he felt that I wasn't respectful enough to his father and the other because she felt I insulted her honor by not saying hello to her in a grocery store in the middle of a miscarriage.

I'm also sick of people thinking that just because I'm American I'm dripping in diamonds and cash and that if I don't spend money here or there I'm just withholding.

I'm angry that I was just thrown out of my house (given 6 months notice, but still) a few days ago and that they were pretty heartless about it. They were like "if you don't have enough money to build a home now, then maybe you should find another village that better fits your socio-economic status." I'm just angry at how unfair it is that so many people have their parents as a support, if not physically at least emotionally, and I just don't and neither does DH and it's a constant struggle to keep them in our lives but still far enough away where they can't do harm.

I'm just so frustrated and sad.
post #25 of 71
OK... here is one I haven't heard yet. We all know that potty breaks get us up umpteen times a night, and so does having to roll over and it taking every ounce of strength and energy to accomplish it. Well on top of that you know what is waking me up??? DROOLING!!! Isn't that just disgusting and ridiculous? I have so much saliva that I wake up several times a night with it running out my mouth or covering my face or hand... YUCK YUCK YUCK... sorry if I grossed everyone out!!
post #26 of 71
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Originally Posted by NicoleS View Post
And do people really not know how stupid they sound when they ask the (very obviously about to pop any day now) pregnant woman "you haven't had that baby yet?"
Tell them you have, and see what they say.

Urg. I whine too. Just a generalized whine.
post #27 of 71
wow Jul511riv that is some major crap to be dealing with- especially at the end of a pregnancy. I am so sorry everyone aorund is being so unhelpful to you! That totally sucks.
I hope you can find the right community to live in- in whichever country you really want to be in, and find the support you need in your life. Are you considering moving back to the USA but maybe not near your family? Maybe, once you are past the birth and the initial new baby stuff, you can focus on visualizing your ideal living place and work to make that happen. Because then maybe you can really find a good loving nurturing place to raise your family where you could have like minded kind people helping you out. I Am so sorry that so many people are making things even harder for you right now. I wish you the best and hope you can find a way at some point to transition to a place where you have the good support you want and deserve.
post #28 of 71
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Originally Posted by Gracerenee View Post
OK... here is one I haven't heard yet. We all know that potty breaks get us up umpteen times a night, and so does having to roll over and it taking every ounce of strength and energy to accomplish it. Well on top of that you know what is waking me up??? DROOLING!!! Isn't that just disgusting and ridiculous? I have so much saliva that I wake up several times a night with it running out my mouth or covering my face or hand... YUCK YUCK YUCK... sorry if I grossed everyone out!!
OMG!!!! I thought I was the only one. I can't fall asleep for 5 mins without soaking my damn pillowcase! It's gross and SOOO unlady like. WTH!!???
post #29 of 71
Jul511riv, my heart goes out to you!

I've been lurking and feeling like I shouldn' comment b/c I had my baby, but you are "my girls" and I have no other MDC area that I belong to...but I need to whine.

I need my in-laws out of the house. After a week it has come down to me staying in my bedroom topless (having some BFing problems today) and wishing I could go out and walk around topless. They are so kind to drive from OH to GA to be here for a week and have done tons of errands and home repairs, cooking, etc...but I just need my house back. And I just want to hold my baby all day and look at him, nurse, cuddle...but they are always offering to hold him at any opportunity. I obliged for a few days, but this child needs to eat every 2 hours--and with a preemie, that means waking him up from dreamland in your arms. I think they don't understand...and tend to make comments about me finally letting him go--not holding the baby. HELLO! This is my new baby that I just want to spend time with!!

Today my MIL asked if we could take him outside--as I am sitting there semi-topless and on the verge of crying b/c he is not feeding. I said, "no." She was shocked...

And they also push my toddler to do things he doesn't want to do "Miles--do this, Miles--do that, Miles--give me a hug, Miles---let me hold you." My toddler does not know them well, and you cannot make him give you love. I think that bothers me a lot, too, because if I am not with felix, I want to be with Miles. I was on bed rest for WEEKS in the hospital and didn't get to see my son often before Felix was born. I just want my own family time. I want to give my toddler a bath--hold him, put him to bed, read to him...and I don't want them there. Plus, it has been since early december we have had a rolling list of guests in and out of our house. I JUST NEED CALM.

Man, these post-pregnancy hormones are intense. But sometimes, a girl just needs to roam topless in her house and have all of her children to herself (and her husband).

I may be just about the most ungrateful person on the planet today...
post #30 of 71
Ficus of course you belong here!!!!! Stay and hang out with us! We all are having our babies at different times- and that is also why the ddc go 3 months ahead- it is not just the pregnancy but also the "4th trimester" 3 months. I may end up giving birth in March but this is still my ddc!
post #31 of 71
Ficus I just read the rest of your entry. This should totally be your time with your husband and kids only if that is how you want it. That is what I will want when we first have the baby too.
Can you kindly tell them you really appreciate all the help they have given you, and now you feel that you guys are doing well and really just want some private bonding time? I hope so!
post #32 of 71
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Originally Posted by AustinKate View Post
Great thread idea!

Here's my whine - I really miss sleeping on my back! I can't get comfortable at night because one hip hurts, then I switch sides and the other hip hurts...and every time I roll over I feel like a beached whale flopping around in the bed, lol. So I'm really lethargic and tired during the day, which isn't good with all the deadlines I have in the next couple weeks.
I know. I'm very tired, but by the time I've had a turn on each side my sciatica and back are killing and I can't stay in bed until I get a hot water bottle to try to ease it.

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Originally Posted by aramat View Post
*whine* I wanna whine, toooooo!

How come nobody ELSE is up nursing in the middle of the night?!

My term babies, I could just latch them on and go back to sleep. This preemie, I've got to wake up all the way and stay awake until she's done. Borrriiinnnnng!
I. Can't. Wait. I was sooo stupid with #1, that I thought until she was about 5 mos old I HAD to sit up with her while she fed, change her diaper EVERY time she woke up, etc. I have a fantasy about how this is all going to go this time that involves me latching and sleeping. It will get better with Juliana! She's just little still.

I think I've been whining an awful lot lately and maybe should stop. Too much stress. Pregnancy seems to go pretty well for me- no actual problems. It's the after part that got me last time. I think I stressed out too much about doing everything just right and my hormones were so crazy afterwards. Maybe that's why this time around I'm not doing a ton to prepare for the baby. I alternate between being super excited and having (I hate to admit it) dread that we're going through it all again. We're set up with clothes and diapers and a moses basket, but I just keep thinking- aside from this and my breasts, what else is there?

Ficus You still need support and soon enough we'll all be in your position.
post #33 of 71
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Originally Posted by Katie34 View Post
wow Jul511riv that is some major crap to be dealing with- especially at the end of a pregnancy. I am so sorry everyone aorund is being so unhelpful to you! That totally sucks.
I hope you can find the right community to live in- in whichever country you really want to be in, and find the support you need in your life. Are you considering moving back to the USA but maybe not near your family? Maybe, once you are past the birth and the initial new baby stuff, you can focus on visualizing your ideal living place and work to make that happen. Because then maybe you can really find a good loving nurturing place to raise your family where you could have like minded kind people helping you out. I Am so sorry that so many people are making things even harder for you right now. I wish you the best and hope you can find a way at some point to transition to a place where you have the good support you want and deserve.
Thank you SOOOO much for this. I've just been processing, processing, processing...journaling and just trying to work through this psychological YUCK becasue I KNOW that the baby is waiting to be born until I can sort through this and until I do...I'll be dealing with hang up after hang up.

I'm going to see our couple's therepist (we'd NEVER gone to therepy before, until we needed to establish boundaries with dh's family...and even for that, it was like I said what needed to be done...dh freaked out that he couldn't do that to his family. We were at a breaking point and saught this woman out and she was like "well, either do what your wife told you to do, or you either do what your husband says he wants to do...or divorse." And in the end, I was not willing to budge. Oddly enough, the bulk of the boundary issues surrounded the birth of this baby (and this was early on in the pregnancy)...because of what happened with his family at the previous 2 births...well really 3 births. But whatever.

At any rate, you are totally right. I'm going to work through what I can and then try and figure out what I need for me and what the family needs for us and what my husband needs for him and just try and find a balance. I don't think there is any perfect place or community. I thought I had found it and that is why I am so crushed. Right up until 5 min before they made the comment to me about, basically, moving to a place we could afford, they were kissing my arse saying stuff like "are you CERTAIN you don't have the money RIGHT NOW?!" it was nuts. So upsetting cause I've really put down roots here. But, onward and upward, I suppose.

Though I just wish we didn't have to have this conversation in my 9th month of pregnancy.
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Originally Posted by Ficus View Post
Jul511riv, my heart goes out to you!

I've been lurking and feeling like I shouldn' comment b/c I had my baby, but you are "my girls" and I have no other MDC area that I belong to...but I need to whine.

I need my in-laws out of the house. After a week it has come down to me staying in my bedroom topless (having some BFing problems today) and wishing I could go out and walk around topless. They are so kind to drive from OH to GA to be here for a week and have done tons of errands and home repairs, cooking, etc...but I just need my house back. And I just want to hold my baby all day and look at him, nurse, cuddle...but they are always offering to hold him at any opportunity. I obliged for a few days, but this child needs to eat every 2 hours--and with a preemie, that means waking him up from dreamland in your arms. I think they don't understand...and tend to make comments about me finally letting him go--not holding the baby. HELLO! This is my new baby that I just want to spend time with!!

Today my MIL asked if we could take him outside--as I am sitting there semi-topless and on the verge of crying b/c he is not feeding. I said, "no." She was shocked...

And they also push my toddler to do things he doesn't want to do "Miles--do this, Miles--do that, Miles--give me a hug, Miles---let me hold you." My toddler does not know them well, and you cannot make him give you love. I think that bothers me a lot, too, because if I am not with felix, I want to be with Miles. I was on bed rest for WEEKS in the hospital and didn't get to see my son often before Felix was born. I just want my own family time. I want to give my toddler a bath--hold him, put him to bed, read to him...and I don't want them there. Plus, it has been since early december we have had a rolling list of guests in and out of our house. I JUST NEED CALM.

Man, these post-pregnancy hormones are intense. But sometimes, a girl just needs to roam topless in her house and have all of her children to herself (and her husband).

I may be just about the most ungrateful person on the planet today...
Thank you also. As for your issue, how much longer do they have to stay. You said only a week, right? As in, they have another week over there? Could you maybe ask them to go to a hotel and say that you are feeling pressure to "perform" and be hostess and you are also feeling very post partum hormonal and feel like you need some privacy for a few days? I mean, it you approach it very very delicately, they MIGHT really take the hint and just kind of back off or even offer to stay in a hotel. Or maybe you could suggest to them that they go off on their own or go see a show or go out to dinner or something. Have DH make some plans for them? I assume they are also helping out, though...like are they cooking and playing with Miles and doign dishes and stuff like that? Because if they are, it might just be a very uncomfortable trade off. You are NOT ungrateful. It's hard to find a good inbetween. They want to help but they also need clearly communicated with so that they don't p*ss you off, ykwim?

Where in Ohio did they come from (that is where we are thinking of going...) Maybe I can get them to come over here to Israel and help me out. lol.
post #34 of 71
Big hugs to all of you. I love this thread!! It is making me feel better already.

I'll add mine as well. I really want this new house a few blocks away, but we can't buy it unless we sell ours first. So my third-trimester self has to keep my house completely clean at all times in case of showings, even though I live with a three-year-old (and a man). Bleah!

And the baby has dropped or something, so that now my d$%# belly is practically sitting on my thighs, which is just gross and if possible is even more uncomfortable than it was two days ago.

I can't get back to sleep after the 3 am pee, so I'm often awake every morning for two or three hours until I *finally* fall back to sleep, only to feel like a total grumpy trainwreck when my DD wakes me up at our usual time.

The saleslady looked at me funny when I had to exchange underwear (Christmas gift) at Victoria's Secret today. Am I not allowed to wear or shop for underwear in my current condition!?

I can't sleep in on Saturday because that was the only time I could schedule a tour of the hospital I'm considering switching to (see my previous thread about switching hospitals) because of my current hospital's visitation policies.

My back aches, I'm stretch-marking, I get charlie horses all night, I can barely stay awake all afternoon, and I just don't like being pregnant! Never did, never will.

On the semi-bright-side. I love having a newborn and can't wait to use all these precious little things I have bought or made for him, and to meet him and see him with my own eyes and cuddle him and nurse him. There was nothing I did not like about the newborn stage. My hormones even worked in my favor--I felt terrific postpartum. And it feels so exotic and exciting to be having a boy, since all the children in my family thus far are girls (my own and my brother's two). But I have to make it through the rest of this pregnancy before I can get there, arggghhh!!!!

(Thank you for this thread. I love this thread. I already feel better.)
post #35 of 71
Ok, I've got more to add as I see some are doing the same.

Yes, I'm tired of the back aches. They usually hit me mid day and last until it's time to either lay down or take a hot bath. I sit on my a$$ at work all day but do my best to get up and walk around when I can. It sucks!!

The getting up to pee every couple of hours, tossing back and forth, trying to get comfortable, the weird dreams that freak me out in the middle of the night that sometimes wake me up and then I can't get back to sleep? WTH?!

The tightness in my calves and thighs. How much water can a person retain? Good grief!!

But I do love my belly - despite the stretch marks that will be added this go around. The funny shape it's turned in to - I still love it.
post #36 of 71
Had to take DS to the pedi unexpectedly today (he scratched his eye, nothing major) and I swear Every Single Nurse had something to say along the lines of "OMG you look so ready" "You are about to pop!" "When are you due?"

Thanks ladies, I now know just how fat I look.
post #37 of 71
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Man, these post-pregnancy hormones are intense. But sometimes, a girl just needs to roam topless in her house and have all of her children to herself (and her husband).

I may be just about the most ungrateful person on the planet today...
OOH, GIRL, THANK YOU, cuz now I can post my *really* ungrateful whine:
I really, really, really HATE our housekeeper. She has worked for us for a year. She shows up when she feels like it (she skipped two days without calling while Julianna was in the hospital--so no childcare, so my husband couldn't go to work or go to visit Julianna in the hospital those two days). She sneaks out early. She does not do half the things I put on her schedule. I don't want her touching ANY of the baby's stuff because she doesn't know the meaning of the word "clean". I have been trying to get my husband to fire her for the better part of this past year. And now...now I can't walk around my own apartment during the day because SHE is here and I need to be pumping, nursing, and/or airing-out my breasts constantly! GRRRR, I need some privacy!

Also, my postpartum hormones are going wonky [evil] now that I'm home all day without distraction, and I become Hitler about The Way Things Should Be Done around the household when my husband gets home from work. And I haven't made it to the grocery store yet to buy the stuff I need to make my placenta smoothies.

Also-also, I am having to work ridiculously hard to get my previously-perfect toddler back on a sleep schedule, because while I was in the hospital with Julianna for 16 days, my husband let the toddler run completely wild. I would come home at midnight to a disaster of toys in the living room and a still-awake and chocolate-covered toddler. This is EXACTLY what I did not want to deal with after the baby came, which I have been saying for the WHOLE PREGNANCY, and --gosh my hormones are out of whack. Geez, I need to chill-out. (But I don't want to chill-out; I want to beat the crap out of something!!)

Jul511Riv... ((more hugs))
post #38 of 71
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Originally Posted by busymama77 View Post
The getting up to pee every couple of hours, tossing back and forth, trying to get comfortable, the weird dreams that freak me out in the middle of the night that sometimes wake me up and then I can't get back to sleep? WTH?!
OMG. Totally. I've been up the past three nights at various times, for at least an hour each and no matter how many hours I cobble together over the whole night, I still feel hungover in the morning! And I had the terribly crazy chain-saw like massacre dream last night that totally freaked me out! This was after my prenatal yoga class where the theme was "listening" (to your body, self, baby, etc) and I woke up going, "What the hell am I supposed to be taking away from THIS dream!?! Is there an axe murderer in the house right now?!?!" Of course there wasn't, but I still have no freaking idea where that dream came from. Ugh. So freaky.
post #39 of 71
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Originally Posted by aramat View Post
OOH, GIRL, THANK YOU, cuz now I can post my *really* ungrateful whine:
I really, really, really HATE our housekeeper. She has worked for us for a year. She shows up when she feels like it (she skipped two days without calling while Julianna was in the hospital--so no childcare, so my husband couldn't go to work or go to visit Julianna in the hospital those two days). She sneaks out early. She does not do half the things I put on her schedule. I don't want her touching ANY of the baby's stuff because she doesn't know the meaning of the word "clean". I have been trying to get my husband to fire her for the better part of this past year. And now...now I can't walk around my own apartment during the day because SHE is here and I need to be pumping, nursing, and/or airing-out my breasts constantly! GRRRR, I need some privacy!

Also, my postpartum hormones are going wonky [evil] now that I'm home all day without distraction, and I become Hitler about The Way Things Should Be Done around the household when my husband gets home from work. And I haven't made it to the grocery store yet to buy the stuff I need to make my placenta smoothies.

Also-also, I am having to work ridiculously hard to get my previously-perfect toddler back on a sleep schedule, because while I was in the hospital with Julianna for 16 days, my husband let the toddler run completely wild. I would come home at midnight to a disaster of toys in the living room and a still-awake and chocolate-covered toddler. This is EXACTLY what I did not want to deal with after the baby came, which I have been saying for the WHOLE PREGNANCY, and --gosh my hormones are out of whack. Geez, I need to chill-out. (But I don't want to chill-out; I want to beat the crap out of something!!)

Jul511Riv... ((more hugs))
Honestly, this thread is the first thing I come to now when I get a computer break. I find myself laughing through tears b/c, well, I am so thankful for everyone's honesty and for the communal space to VENT.

Tamara, please know I totally get it. This is my 2nd preemie and my in-laws still don't understand that preemies are so different from term babies. If I left Felix to his own devices, he would sleep 24 hours a day. And although he is breastfeeding, he isn't quite a "pro" and is too little to withstand more than 10 minutes. So, it is an every 2-3 hour battle sometimes and you know what? It is SO much easier to just be topless and not have to take off the shirt when and if he does show some sort of cue. But how the hell do I do that when my FIL is installing a light in the next room or my MIL is talking on the phone and saying how I won't give my baby a bottle, or how I won't let us take a walk outside?

and I just realized I haven't been enforcing that everyone wash their hands before touching the baby (beside my toddler).

good news, I overheard them say that they may leave tomorrow. And then in a week, watch me come back on here and complain I have no help. Life is cruel like that.

oh, jul511riv, they are from outside Cleveland. Where are you thinking of going?
post #40 of 71
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Originally Posted by AustinKate View Post
Great thread idea!

Here's my whine - I really miss sleeping on my back! I can't get comfortable at night because one hip hurts, then I switch sides and the other hip hurts...and every time I roll over I feel like a beached whale flopping around in the bed, lol. So I'm really lethargic and tired during the day, which isn't good with all the deadlines I have in the next couple weeks.
I could have written this!!! I suffer from hip pain at night too so I have the monumental task of turning over and then the other hip hurts....and when I turn over I rest on my back a few moments and feel like a huge bowling ball is flattening my organs LOL....ahhhhh and I have 6 weeks to go....how big can he get?????
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