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I've been crying daily and sometimes multiple times a day for sometimes no reason at all. The last few days it's been for a specific reason most times - because the baby's dad is in California and I'm here alone. Today happened to be one of my two days off before he comes back on the 29th and I've been extra weepy. It's hard to be home alone when you're not used to it. I don't know how you military wives/girlfriends go such long stretches without seeing your husbands/SO's. I know it's mostly hormones but jeez...I'm such a wreck!
My husband just deployed to Bahrain and won't be home until June when the baby is born. Then he has has to go back for another year. I cry every night before I go to bed so I feel your pain! Is your husband in the military?
Rissa - No way. That's what I mean when I say I don't know how you ladies do it. The baby's dad is only across the country and he's only gone until the 29th. He's not risking his life or doing anything amazing like protecting our country. Military wives/SO's are so very strong!. I can't keep it together being alone in a house for 12 days, let alone months at a time! I didn't mean to give the impression that the baby's dad is in the military, I'm sorry if I did! Maybe it was insensitive for me to bring it up, I'm sorry if I offended anyone!