This is hard work and my SO isn't exactly the best cheerleader
Thank goodness they are still in there, right? I haven't been where you are, but I've put this picture on my computer as the wallpaper. Maybe it will help.
Just look at all the work you've done so far! Remember that each week that you go through having to pee too much, restless nights, hurting, and extreme discomfort is another week that your babies grow to be stronger.
Holly and David
Adaline (3/20/10), and Charlie (1/26/12- 4/10/12) and our identical twins Callie and Wendy (01/04/13)
Pam Cliff Malachi 5/08 Judah 5/10 Eden 8/12 Asher 8/12
You can't get a cup of tea big enough or a book long enough to suit me. ~CS Lewis
*hugs* I can very much sympathize with you. I'm at 34 weeks and change and really feeling it - not fun :( Take it one day at a time and really give yourself a huge pat on the back for accomplishing something that most women never do - carrying your twins this long! Every day that they are growing inside you is another day that they are becoming stronger and more ready to meet you. And think - when they do arrive, having had such a long and healthy gestation, they will be more ready to breastfeed, quicker to come home with you from the hospital, and less likely to have complications. Hang in there :)
Married to my love since 08/12/10, mama to E 04/06/01 and twin girls M and Z 01/08/11
We are a family! Expecting #4 and #5 in September - what a surprise!
my OB was incredibly encouraging today, telling me that the girls look great and that they will be here very, very soon. I've decided to spend the next week or so ordering my favorite takeout dinners, eating Popsicles, taking baths, reading, and re-folding all the teeny tiny outfits. no more housework or errands. hopefully that will help with the pain and exhaustion.
oh, and pammysue I totally share your frustration. my BH have been incredibly intense and even painful the past few nights. i keep thinking oh! is this it?! only to have them fizzle out.