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I have been sooo incredibly tired, it has been almost impossible to keep up with my kids. I feel so bad, they have been watching way more TV and movies then they should while I sleep on the couch. I can't wait for this fatigue and M/S to pass so I can stop feeling like such a crappy mom!
Anyone else feel like this?
JaxonJocelyn Gabriel Grayson and Scarlett
I was the sickest with my loss and literally from the time I got my bfp until 14 weeks I laid on the couch and my kids watched tv. But they don't remember. It's the mom guilt that makes it seem so bad. It's not like you can help it.
Yup, that's every day around here. My poor girl has always had too much TV time, but I used to take her to the park almost every day. She's been really patient and I know she won't remember, but I feel so bad when she asks me to go for a walk and I have to tell her no, I'm too sick. It doesn't help that we live in the middle of one of the grossest parts of the city, so there's nothing for her to do outside unless we go to the same dang park every day. I'm sick of the sight of that place. I wish we had a yard so we could at least do some outdoor crafts or something!
Eliza Rose, born 6/9/10 ...and getting a little brother for her birthday! Baby Henry Wilder, due 6/7/13