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I feel sorry for our husband/partners. I know I wouldn't want to live with a whining Bi***. I feel like all I do is cry and complain. I want to be normal again.  
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I totally agree! My poor husband has done everything for me during this pregnancy. Just taking on a heavier work load at his actual job plus constantly putting something together here at home! Baby stuff/furniture, hanging decor, & then like you said my hormones!! Complaining of pain & just crying at times for whatever reason. He carries all the groceries in, has to do the cat box... I could go on & on! Lol I feel that pity for them too. This CANT be easy lol
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Oh my gosh yes. I'm so sad 24/7 and even though I know it's not him, all he does is say how sorry he is and that he's trying to be the best husband possible. And then I end up crying even more! How do they deal with us.
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I know what you mean! Im surprised my partner hasnt flipped out about the amount Ive been crying but hes been so understanding and just a general sweetheart! I guess they have no idea whats going on with us and are scared to upset us even more haha!
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Agreed! My husband is so amazing. I stopped working in jan due to health issues and he has picked up 2 extra side jobs to supplement income,  us does all the shopping cooking and cleaning. Then I am absolutely miserable and just cry all day every day in pain and uncomfortableness. I feel so bad that I'm not happy and he apologizes to me. All he does is ask me what he can do to make me feel better and be happy. This morn I asked him if he knows how to perform a c section lol cuz thst way I'll feel better once my baby is born.
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I feel bad for him but at the same time with everything I have to go through I think him dealing with me is the least he can go through lol pregnancy can be pretty rough at times
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