Since I've been pregnant I have been crying, and I hardly ever cry, but now I cry about the small things. Is anyone else experiencing this or is this just me?
LuckiestMommy - posted on 02/25/2012
I am only having problems with this as it gets closer to april, I am in my 33 week and at about 29 weeks I started to get down all the time and cry for no reason, my husband is so worried, and i continue to tell him its not something that needs attention... ?? Im not sure if this is right or wrong.. like will i be an easier target for post partum??? This is my first as well, and everyone continues to say this is normal. I think I am a little more concerned with the depression and lonlieness side of this, as hormones are all over the place... Definetly did not help but maybe we could brainstorm together.
Denikka - posted on 12/28/2011
I was a total cryer with my second pregnancy. For the second half of my pregnancy, I couldn't watch ANY Disney movies with my son XD they all made me bawl like a baby.
Personally, my best moment was probably in the middle of a restaurant. They put tomatoes and lettuce on my burger (after I specified I didn't want it) XD Not the leaves, but the shredded up lettuce that makes it impossible to get all of it off. Totally broke down, bawled my heart out XD Oh yea. . .that was fun :P
Don't worry about it. The crying is just your pregnancy hormones going wonky :P Happens to most :)
Kristy - posted on 12/26/2011
With my first pregnancy i was like that. i am currently pregnan with my third. I bawled over my laundry floor geting wet and my mop breaking, i cried at the drop of a hat over things even remotley sad or happy on tv, i cried when i got to the shop 5 mins late and the dorrs were closed...... my most impressive crying moment would of been when i went and picked up my christmas layby and tried to return 2 things in it and i was told no as i didnt have my original receipt.... I was 40 weeks pregnant, standing in Big W on the 20th of December bawling my eyes out!! So yes don't stress it does happen, if it is a bit much or you think maybe it is something else then go see your Gp or nurse and have a chat to them about it. If not then don't stress it will pass, you just haver tyo wait for your beautiful baby to arrive first :)
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