. , Richmond, VA, United States 75118 posts
Jun 5th '12
Quoting Hailey Clemons:" First off I logged on with fb. That's y my names there. Didn't expect a bunch of crazies to stalk my ... [snip!] ... my father etc. Get over yourselves big deal I didn't agree with u guys. It simply started as me agreeing with another girl."

Waaah, I like how you were whining about the language on here. Did you mention your "sandy vag" bit? :lol:

. , Richmond, VA, United States 75118 posts
Jun 5th '12
Quoting Hailey Clemons:" Do u guys really have nothing better to do then sit here and talk crap. Seriously. This is a mothers forum I thought. Not a lets sll take our daily frustrations out on one girl."

So you created BG now?

thisunrest India 10369 posts
Jun 5th '12

<blockquote><b>Quoting Hailey Clemons:</b>" haha your very mature. Point it all mommies get frustrated. But never have I seen someone plain out ... [snip!] ... Her post was a little extreme for one who is just sleep deprived. But does sound like someone who could have postpartum."</blockquote>




Really?



Google " I hate being a mother" and I promise you'll find it.

ღ my ☼ Michigan 7713 posts
Jun 5th '12

I love how she ignored my comment completely :lol:



It's because she's a hypocrite, and had nothing to say back to it :lol:

Stef ♥Gru41weeks Due June 23; 51 kids; United Kingdom 2095 posts
Jun 5th '12

Wow 28 pages. I don't know what was said in the OP, but I can take a guess. It does get easier over time. My youngest has been a nightmare sleeper!! But if you can the best thing to do is nap when they do and ask for help if it is needed. I used to be stubborn and refuse help and became burnt out. With my oldest he had bad colic until he was four months old. We was saving to get our own place so the three of us were cramped into a tiny room. It drove me insane and I just wanted to walk away. I never did and I never would. But I wanted 5 minutes to be able to think clearly. Even now when all of my 3 are making each other cry and have been none stop I have wondered how I will make it through the day. My youngest son has recently had chicken pox. One of the days was hell. My husband was working a 12hour shift and I had 2 hours sleep. I wanted to crawl up into a ball somewhere and be a million miles away. I took the chance to do the shopping on my own the other day. And even the hour alone did me the world of good. It does get easier otherwise I wouldn't want to be wanting to go through it all a fourth time. The initial shock of how hard parenting is can be quite daunting. Regardless of how you are feeling today, tomorrow may be different and you will feel the complete opposite. Everyone has good and bad days with their children. Children are the hardest emotional job in the world imo, but it is worth it.




OT - I also thought the bowl of dicks were chalk.

kaitlinnegy 65 kids; Waldorf, Maryland 5344 posts
Jun 5th '12
Quoting thisunrest:" <blockquote><b>Quoting Hailey Clemons:</b>" haha your very mature. Point it all mommies ... [snip!] ... who could have postpartum."</blockquote> Really? Google " I hate being a mother" and I promise you'll find it."


its like one of the first things that pop up

Mama Jessica♥MMM Due October 30 (boy); 2 kids; Worcester, Massachusetts 996 posts
Jun 5th '12

I just hope the OP walked away with some sense of the options she has available to her. Makes me wonder if she was even able to sift through all of the other B.S to read any of the actual concern that was being voiced toward her. Good luck to you I hope things turn around soon!

Dr. Elliot Reid ; 1 child; New Zealand 8973 posts
Jun 5th '12

Wow, I really did not expect this to go to TDC! The abortion comment I made was really out of line, but I was not in a good headspace, not at all. Even so, at my lowest point not once have I had the urge, or even the thought, of hurting my child. However there are times ive thought about leaving, though its just a fantasy, I would never do that to her.



I didnt actually expect any nice comments, I just needed to vent and it felt good to get it off my chest, but I am so grateful for all the kind words from you mamas :) It is extremely reassuring to know I am not the only one going through this. Maybe I do have some mild form of PPD, but the only support person I really have is SO, he and I are going through a rough patch at the moment, plus he thinks PPD is a joke, so I could never even begin to talk to him about how Im feeling. I love my daughter and I love my life, for the most part, but at the same time I feel trapped.



Again, thank you to the mamas who understood, this thread really cheered me up :) Chalk p***s FTW :P

Zoe&Harper's Mom (Em) 2 kids; Alabama 16920 posts
Jun 5th '12
Quoting milo456:" Wow, I really did not expect this to go to TDC! The abortion comment I made was really out of line, but ... [snip!] ... same time I feel trapped. Again, thank you to the mamas who understood, this thread really cheered me up :) Chalk p***s FTW :P"


Just know that if you continue to feel sad that antidepressants isn't the end of the world. With my first I didn't take medicine and my kid was past 9 months old before I started to feel normal again. Like I said you can PM anytime to rant. I have my days and I'm going through the same thing right now!

Dr. Elliot Reid ; 1 child; New Zealand 8973 posts
Jun 5th '12
Quoting Zoe&Harper's Mom (Em):" Just know that if you continue to feel sad that antidepressants isn't the end of the world. With my ... [snip!] ... to feel normal again. Like I said you can PM anytime to rant. I have my days and I'm going through the same thing right now!"

Thank you :) Would you mind if I PT you? Also would antidepressants make my milkd dry up?

user banned 2 kids; Indiana 12251 posts
Jun 6th '12
Quoting milo456:" Wow, I really did not expect this to go to TDC! The abortion comment I made was really out of line, but ... [snip!] ... same time I feel trapped. Again, thank you to the mamas who understood, this thread really cheered me up :) Chalk p***s FTW :P"


unfortunately that's what happens when dumbasses bombard your thread lol. things will get better mama. :lol:

Zoe&Harper's Mom (Em) 2 kids; Alabama 16920 posts
Jun 6th '12
Quoting milo456:" Thank you :) Would you mind if I PT you? Also would antidepressants make my milkd dry up?"


no it won't dry up your milk there are safe ones out there you can take. My doctor told me if I feel that way this time to come to her and she will prescribe me something to take while breastfeeding.

Kylees Mom Due April 11; Nampa, Idaho 11 posts
Jun 6th '12

I have been through the same thing good luck its hard the best advice I got was go sit outside and enjoy the fresh air because being indoors doesnt help!! Go for a walk or just lay down in the shade with the baby and watch the clouds that what I do... Dont be afraid to talk to your doctor that is what they are there for and will help you out they only want what is best for you

Kylees Mom Due April 11; Nampa, Idaho 11 posts
Jun 6th '12

I have been through the same thing good luck its hard the best advice I got was go sit outside and enjoy the fresh air because being indoors doesnt help!! Go for a walk or just lay down in the shade with the baby and watch the clouds that what I do... Dont be afraid to talk to your doctor that is what they are there for and will help you out they only want what is best for you