I haven't contributed to this thread this entire pregnancy, so I'm going to make up for it now with my laundry list of complaints.
I CANNOT BREATHE. I don't know if they are asthma attacks (which I haven't had one in years) or panic attacks but I literally feel like I'm gasping for air a great deal of the time. I'm prone to panic attacks, but how can the entire day be one long panic attack?
I don't have a car and I have to walk/ride public transit everywhere and right now I'm quite over it. I'm trying to look at the positive side, which is that i'm toning up for the world's easiest labor, plus I'm sure I'm giving someone a good laugh when I waddle back from the grocery store with 18 mo dd on my hip, an umbrella stroller expertly balanced with groceries and a very goofy acting 4 yr old. But it is really tiresome and annoying and if I could just not go anywhere that would be fine.
Prodromal labor. Right around 34-35 weeks I start getting what I guess are really braxton hicks, but they are very painful, last 3-4 hours and come regularly enough that if it was my first baby I'd think I was in labor.
And finally, we have been without a bed for over two months (we had to replace our beds and we could only do one bed so we did the kids' bed), so SO and I are rotating ourselves between a twin size air mattress on the floor, the couch, and sometimes one of us falls asleep in the kids bed which sucks because one or the other pees the bed just about every night and then we wake up in a pee puddle. Fun fun fun.
So that is my 9 months' worth of complaints. We are getting a bed the first week of December, hopefully and it will be pure heaven, I tell you!