I have generally not had to deal with people making stupid comments in public. I didn't mind (very much) being asked things when I am due (until I reached my due date!).
Did I overreact to the following?
On my due date (two days ago) I ended up at the hospital for what turned out to be a false alarm. Absolutely exhausted and startving, I was craving french toast from my favorite breakfast place when we left the hospital. As we went to get seated, the lady sitting next to us blurted out (smiling) "You're not going to go in to LABOR on us, are you?"
Without going in to detail, I had already had a pretty humiliating morning, and I really felt this was a stupid thing to say in the middle of a crowded restaurant. I was clearly exhausted and had not combed my hair yet that day.
Anyways, I didn't return the smile, and quietly informed her that no, I would not be, but I guess she thought it was funny because she started cackling. But it was a very uncomfortable breakfast until they finally left about ten minutes later.
I felt a little like I overrreacted, and my husband kept telling me 'bubble of peace' (this is a hypnobabies cue LOL)...
I think that basically I am a grump right now and would like people to respect my privacy. Am I unreasonable? Or is that a pretty rude thing the lady said?
I am prettu sure this is nothing compared to what people could have said to me, but I have been station 0 for three weeks and am FED UP. LOL