anybody els starting fights, or wanting to start fights with anyone and everyone?
ya know off the top of my head, maybe, for example the B*tch who stole my spot at the gas station, or the lady at the eye store who has taken 2 DAYS to get the new stock out so i can buy new sunglasses, or my boss, or that lady at the pool who didnt believe my small child was 3 years old and didnt need a swim diaper...and argued with me about it. .....or ya know...anyone like that?
semi crunchy, but getting crispier!
Uh YEAH, or the B*itchy fat lady that lives around the corner who says "You're having ANOTHER baby...weeellllllll, aren't you just a baby making machine (sighing and roller her eyes the whole time)".16 People are just lucky I'm so self-controlled LOL
Brande: Mama of 5 and perpetual student.
LOL, I can so relate. I'm fine until something sets me off, then I get all snippy. I asked my husband if I was like this last time because I don't remember being like this and he said no.
The people who can't drive but insist on getting in front of me wherever I go...my mother who reinterprets everything I say into something it's not...my husband who can't figure out how to read appointment times off the calendar...my midwife who insists on back-calculating how far I am along based on some arbitrary due date she's come up with rather than my LMP (ARG!!!!) I'm having a hard time letting go of things that have pissed me off and it's really pissing me off (HAHAHA) because I'm usually pretty easy going and value having a positive outlook. I hope this is a phase that passes quickly!!!
LOL, thanks for letting me vent!
Unschooling mama alongside DH (05/01) to DD (5/05). Expecting #2 spring 2012!
Kind of. I find myself being way less tolerant of BS and being more assertive than normal. Not bitchy, just not letting certain things slide or roll off my back. I think it's a good thing because I can be such a softy with others that I'm pretty passive...and I don't really like that about me. Speaking my peace feels good ;)
Sometimes, I find myself being way over sensitive with DH though and that does upset him...like if I feel like I haven't been getting enough affection, I get a bit um, childish...mopey and seeking that attention in a stupid way instead of just going after it. I swear, sometimes, I'm dealing with unresolved childhood issues. I read in a book not too long ago, that unresolved issues often come up in pregnancy for us to work through and it can feel like we're reverting to a somewhat infantile emotional state. I feel like I'm experiencing that in regards to father figure/abandonment issues :/ One morning I woke up sweating because I had been violently crying in my dream because of my Dad rejecting me...kind of eye opening because I've been "over it" for 10 years....or so I thought. I'm rambling off topic now.
Tanya DH-Brian, DD Adri (8), DD Izzy (7), DS Ollie (1/5/11 @ 17 weeks) and our baby due April 12th, 2012.
Of all the lessons I did not learn as a child, or even as an adult; I learn through being, mother to my children. Through love and through pain, we are delivered and blessed!
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