Thank you all good to know shes just expressing her love. Ill put the irritation down to hormones and get over myself!
Couldnt agree more with mags242001. Also I would like to add - we dont have such a option - to share our baby or not to share. Of course we are their moms and so on, but they dont belong to us as some kind of thing. They are little PERSONS. And yes, trust me, after a while you will be happy that some one else without you cares so much about your child. :)❤
Be grateful cuz once the baby comes u will need all the help u can get. And for those days u get frustrated or need a day off. Ur sister will probably help u since she cares for this child so much. That will keep u sane. It's a little bit selfish of u to say that u don't want to share ur baby when the more ppl that live ur baby is better. I on the other hand can not seem to care at all for my niece or most of my nephews except one. So I never touch them carry them get them gift or even want them around me. Which I know it hurts my brothers but I just can't help it. Now that would be worse then having a loving sister that loves your child
My sister is crazy excited. She has a kid but hes not such a baby anymore. I think the excitement calms down a bit after they get here.
I think it's wonderful your sister is so excited for you. I became an aunt for the first time 14 yrs ago; it was so wonderfully overwhelming. I was probably very like your sister is: wanting to be involved in everything. I even took him out on his first trip outside - to get some groceries! She said to me recently that it was great having me and our younger around - we cooked, cleaned and did laundry every visit.
Lay down some rules for your sister - let her know if youre tired or need time alone with your baby. Ask her to do specific things for you - so she's useful not just holding baby. Babies are hard work so help with household chores will be very welcome. She may also be good for giving you time to rest or sleep if you've had a sleepless night. Ultimately I think it will be easier for you to have her support, just make sure it's on your terms. Remember that you're pregnant so hormones making your more emotional - of course she's irritating you