Stay at home mom going crazy

Kailyn - posted on 10/06/2014 ( 2 moms have responded )




Hi everyone I'm new to this and I don't know who else to go to. Just really needing advice. So I have a 2 year old and I just recently found out I am pregnant again. Since my daughter was born I've been a stay at home mommy. I feel blessed I get to be with my daughter but sometimes I get lonely and bored of everything. I currently live with my mom and my older sister and her son. I am still with my babies father but he moved out and now lives with his friend to be closer to his job which is far away. He only comes about twice a month now cuz he shares the car with his friend also. So it gets wry lonely being in this house. My sister has her own life. So really she is hardly ever home. My mom works all day long so it is me and my daughter in this house. I tell my boyfriend how I feel but he just doesn't understand how lonely I am and how bored me and my daughter are. I don't have a car wither so that makes everything so much worse. I live near some store and parks but the roads are always so busy and makes me feel uncomfortable walking and the weather here is still pretty hot. Some days are good some days are pretty bad. I love being with my daughter but lately I feel like she has gotten so bored of me since her daddy isn't around too often anymore. I am running out of gongs to do with her and some days I want to cry. I am just tired of being at home I wish I had a car but we cannot afford a second car right now so it's out of the question. I don't feel like anyone understand me. I feel terrible that my daughter and me are usually cooped up in this house except on the weekends when my mom is off work and we usually go places. Sorry if this is so long. Just need some advice on what to do and just how to survive being a stay at home mom without a car cuz this just sucks so much


View replies by

Join Circle of Moms

Sign up for Circle of Moms and be a part of this community! Membership is just one click away.

Join Circle of Moms