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#1 of 14 Old 07-18-2007, 07:42 PM - Thread Starter
 
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I dont' know why..but I'm really sad and mopish the past few days. : I heard that new tim mcrgraw song with faith hill today on my cousins myspace page and started crying..I'm just super emotional. I also have a cold. UGH! I think all the drainage is making me more naseaus. How is that for a pitty party! Just needed to vent. And wondering if it was the pregnancy or just me?
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All.the.time.

The weirdest things can set me off too.

It started out as just getting teary and weepy, now it's developed into full on sobbing, snotting, and just in general hysteria!

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I rarely ever cry, but today, I almost did infront of my ds for no reason at all. It was the weirdest thing to feel that. I know I would have cried, if he hadn't have been there. So you are not alone.
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I cried over EVERYTHING with my fisrt pregnancy. And I mean everything. Before I knew I was pregnant, I was in the subway waiting for the train and I bought a botle of water from the station vendor there. I gave him a $10 billl for the $1 bottle of water and when he told me he didn't have change, I BALLED MY EYES OUT. I'm talking crazy lady, snot dripping hysterics. Thankfully it's NYC, so people just thought I was one of many nutjobs in the city.

After a few weeks of episodes equal to this, I told my shrink that I thought I needed drugs. If I saw a kid throw trash in the garbage can, tears. ]Store clerk ignores me when I walk into CVS, tears, tears and more tears. It was really bad. I was ECSTATIC to find out I was pregnant and not crazy (well, not clinically at least). It did get better around 10 weeks but I ws very weepy throughtout the entire 40 weeks and then afterwards. This time, I haven't experienced it yet so I'm hoping it's a boy. I've heard that with girls, your'e often more emotional. Who knows, there are so many wives tales.

Just keep tissues with you at all times and know that it's okay to cry- you are aloud, you're growing a peanut. Anytime I tried to hold it in , it manifested in some other way.

Good luck!!!!
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I was in the subway waiting for the train and I bought a botle of water from the station vendor there. I gave him a $10 billl for the $1 bottle of water and when he told me he didn't have change, I BALLED MY EYES OUT. I'm talking crazy lady, snot dripping hysterics.
As someone who has shed crazy lady tears in the subway on several occasions, I have to know-- did he then produce change???

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Not weepy but witchy, if you know what I mean! : Our hormones are raging and it is only going to get more fun!!!
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Me too. I told someone I was pregnant today and then promptly got all teary for no reason.
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As someone who has shed crazy lady tears in the subway on several occasions, I have to know-- did he then produce change???
Thats the saddest part, no! He just stared at me like, "what is WRONG with this woman?" NYC can be so cruel sometimes
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Part of the everything makes me ball my eyes out group here!!!

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I am *just* pregnant, but that is absolutely how I feel! I am extremely weepy and where it goes is that I am sooo sad that things will change with DS. I adore our relationship and he is still nursing and I love our nursing relationship and I am afraid he may wean himself before he would naturally be ready to otherwise.

This pregnancy is already very different from the last--I had happy hormones from day one with that one even though I was insanely sick!

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absolutely. I'm a freaking hormonal mess. I cried yesterday because dh forgot to kiss me when he got off work, and I thought he was mad at me. Part of it could be stress too...I'm still worried about whether or not this baby will live.

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I'm crying too.

Yesterday, I pulled some liverworst out of the fridge to eat it and ran to get the door for a second. My dog ate my liverworst!!! I really wanted that godd*mn liverworst!!! I bawled for a 1/2 an hour. I called my mom in hysterics and she must have thought someone died! She did bring me a sandwich though.

I'm in the "I have a cold and the drainage is making me puke" club too.

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I'm totally weepy. I've decided not to watch the news cause this morning they were talking about the fire dept in South Carolina, and I couldn't stop. Went to work with a big, swollen face. niice.
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Yes i am too anything can set me off the Bill last night did and night before last saw gladiator for the first time time that had me blubbing, i'm waiting for me to start crying at adverts i have with all my others

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