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I have a 10 month old and am a new stay at home mom....and am having a really hard time with it. I recently found out I am pregnant again, my husband being military will be deploying shortly after I have the new baby, so I will have 2 under 2 and I feel like I am losing my mind now....It didn't occur to me that it could be a bout of PPD or whatever its called when you get it while pregnant too but I am feeling incredibly lonely and not really sure which direction to turn. Hubby gets pretty upset when I start talking about it because he doesn't listen and moreso takes blame and mopes around afterward....NOT what I need.
Currently I am going day by day, trying to have positive feelings but seem to hit set backs everyday. My little one now is completely screwed up on her sleep no matter what I do, she's started waking multiple times at night, so it doesn't help being 10 weeks pregnant and more tired than I can ever remember. I don't know if I feel like I have lost my sense of self, I do nothing for myself anymore, its hard to even take a shower half the time....I'm not sure how to talk to my husband about this and tell him to pocket his sensitive card.....anyone else going through anything similar or have gone through something similar? Anything that helps? I feel terrible thinking that this second baby is a mistake with how I am feeling so its really hard to talk to family/friends about it.
I feel like I could go on and on with how down in the dumps I am everyday...