Emotional, anyone?

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Mom2009's picture
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Emotional, anyone?

So apparently the whole swinging emotion thing has hit. When my husband got home yesterday from work I went to hug him as I usually do and just burst into tears...like big sobs....for no reason whatsoever! I cried for like an hour with no real reason to cry......

*Sigh*

I don't like feeling out of control like that. I had already accidentally yelled at my son earlier.

Ugh...all my DH did was hug me, laugh, and say "Yep, you're pregnant!" Smile

BokkieNYC's picture
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Haha! Shame, Jana!

Thankfully I haven't had any major emotional moments. Mostly I just tear up at really random things on TV.

CaityA83's picture
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I'm having a hard time listening to songs and watching some tv shows. I tear up a few times in church every week. I bawled a few days ago though over a dog we used to have. When I first moved out on my own I got a little dog named Maggie. She was a great dog and loved kids and DS. However she was terrified of DH and nothing we did would change that. So we finally found her a new home a few months ago. She is in a great home with a little old lady and we are happy that she is living a better life. Well we were going through our dog basket and her old harness was in there. DS pointed to it and said Maggie! I totally lost it!!

Sorry you're so emotional. I agree that it's hard to not feel in control of our emotions.

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I am in the same boat. I don't normally cry not no reason but usually over some ridiculous or silly or whatever. But I do cry over pretty much everything. I am bipolar but I feel like pregnancy hormones help those symptoms so I'll take the silly crying or whatever Smile

I find it hilarious though. I often cry then laugh and cry at the same time because I think it's funny that I'm crying over something so silly.

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I cried for about 10 minutes watching the end of Up. I was pretty embarrassing. DH had fun making fun of me.

Mom2009's picture
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Haha...Steph my husband even cried over the ending of the movie Up the first few times we watched it. He would start crying when we would start discussing the themes they tackled in the movie. Smile

Up until yesterday I had done a pretty good job of controlling the outward displays of swinging emotions...I guess that is failing when it comes to the urge to cry though. I can force myself to be nice when I'm feeling extra grumpy, mad, etc. But this weepy thing is a whole different ball game! I lost it a couple of times today too! Once when my mom thanked me for helping them with their care after their big wreck and then just thinking about (mushy alert here!!!) how much I love my DH and the ways he shows his love to me....yeah, mushy, I know. LOL

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I guess this is actually triple post. Just caught it!! Sad

Mom2009's picture
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Ugh...sorry don't know what is up with all my DP tonight!