Newbie....sorry for my vent its well needed, :)

Deborah - posted on 09/10/2015 ( 2 moms have responded )

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Hello, I am new to the Circle of moms. I thought I would introduce myself, since you will probbably be seeing me alot on here haha I am a stay at home mom to my 13 month old daughter, and my son who is 7 years old. I have been married for 21/2 years. My husband and I have the little girl together, my son is from a previous relationship. I dont get much time to myself, and rarely do I get to do anything on my own. we dont have a sitter, although recently a dear friend of mine has watched her for us, and finally after a long year we got to go on our first date since the baby. :) so but you can imagine my frustration, especially since she is a mommys girl and we got a new house that I have to get together somehow. My husband is wonderful but works long hours 3rd shift. Its always me all the time. I just feel like screaming sometimes, I love my kids but I wanna run away. Sorry to vent so much :(

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Deborah - posted on 09/11/2015

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Oh wow, I hope you will be able to drive soon, driving calms me down so much. I have a friend who came over here from London, and she just was able to get in to work, I'm not sure if she is driving yet, but its taken her a long time to get it all processed. I get frustrated on other people who try to tell how you should do something as well. It happens a lot for me because My daughter Ella, she is very Mommy Mommy, so and I have spoiled her some. for example: I went with a couple friends with Ella in tote, and when leaving my friends mom grabbed Ella and took her inside so I could say good byes, and she screamed the whole time. She never gives up mind you... until I go in and get her, as soon as she is in my arms, she stops. INSTANTLY... its bad, so I listen to them telling me to let her scream, leave her alone, ignore her.... and seriously, I know she spoiled I don't really know how I did it. lol but I did. I'm all she knows... and personally. I do not like the screaming, I cant take it, so I just give in to her. so yeah.... haha. anyways... what do you think? I can take constructive criticism.. :) Sorry to vent so much, it seems easier on here to explain and still feel personal.

Estrellas - posted on 09/10/2015

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Hello there, i can totally understand your situation. sometimes i just really have to scream on the pillow though or under a pillow, haha. i have a wonderful 18 months old baby boy, who is sweet. He makes me feel better and get my day going, i also have a step-daughter who's 9 years old and a husband who works offshore. he is not here half of the year. Adding on to that, i just got in to the US for almost 2 years now and cant drive,.

Sometimes, there are some people who keeps telling me how to raise my son and whats not to do and do. you think thats frustrating? or upsetting? so, maam you are not alone. im confused on what to do most of the times, haha. i think every mom needs a break once in a while, especially stay at home moms, who barely do things to their self sometimes and talking about break like alone/self time.

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