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navywifey2003 May 8th, 2013 08:53 PM

The moment when you truly lost it is
What is your knowing you have truly lost it moment?

QueenCrafty May 9th, 2013 03:11 AM

The other night when I cried so hard that my waterproof mascara started to run down my face. Any little thing that was bugging me suddenly bubbled up to the surface and I just couldn't stop it.

navywifey2003 May 9th, 2013 03:18 AM

Re: The moment when you truly lost it is
Mine is when you are waiting for the computer to autocorrect something and when it doesn't you go completely crazy at it saying its broken why isn't this stupid thing working. Only to realize you are actually on the computer not your phone and begin to cry because you feel like a moron.

Joanne Nicole May 9th, 2013 06:13 AM

Re: The moment when you truly lost it is
I thought I had already reached that point where I was just DONE with being pregnant. Nope. I officially reached that point yesterday. On top of all the other aches and pains I woke up with really bad allergies yesterday and I've never had allergies. So I was already having a crappy day. I barely did a thing yesterday - just kind of wallowed and felt sorry for myself.

DH came in from work in while I was getting ready to make dinner and saw me standing at the counter staring at a pile of ingredients, but not actually doing anything. He suggested we go out to dinner instead, which I was grateful for.

We got to the restaurant and went to sit down...and I couldn't fit in the booth. And the table was attached to the floor, so I couldn't scoot it out to make room for my tummy. I promptly burst into tears (embarrassing) while DH asked the server if we could sit at a table instead.

That was my simultaneous "I've lost it" and "I'm DONE being pregnant!" moment.

Kalynas_Mom May 9th, 2013 06:19 AM

Re: The moment when you truly lost it is
DD was driving me INSANE begging to go to the store to buy a slushie so when DH got home I drove over. When I got back in the car I got into the PASSENGER seat and actually sat there for a minute waiting.....Ya cause the car is going to drive itself home? To make things worse a parent from Kalyna's school was also in the parking lot and asked me if I was okay. Obviously i'm on the crazy train

zombiemommy May 9th, 2013 06:30 AM

Re: The moment when you truly lost it is
I haven't seen my family (parents and brothers) since Christmas. Even though they live almost 12 hours away, I've always seen them at least once every four weeks. I woke up the other day and realized that I probably wouldn't be seeing them until Coy decides to come out. I pretty much just lost it. Snotty, can't hardly breath because I'm gasping for breath, crying so hard I started dry heaving lost it. It was around that time I realized the the hubs is going to be meeting them with dd at some point in the next few weeks in Atlanta. And I won't be able to go. Cue an even harder freak out.
I call my daddy and he's listening to me, though I know he can't understand anything I'm saying and then he starts crying and I felt even more like poo because it's only the third time I've ever heard my daddy cry and it's my fault and so it just got worse. It was a bad couple of hours.

MrsLat May 9th, 2013 10:53 AM

Re: The moment when you truly lost it is
I was so uncomfortable yesterday and I have a horrible cold that the "pregnancy safe" medicines aren't even helping. I called DH at work crying because I am miserable. He just apologized over and over and I just like screamed, "ALEX JUST COME GET HIM OUT!!! GET HIM OUT!"

Alex was like, "Really Val? What do you seriously expect me to do? Come home and have a heart to heart with him? Should I bring a scalpel?"

He can laugh about it. I just felt like a raging maniac.

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