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|12-8-2009 - 17 weeks and 4 days...and hormones
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Ahh is so hot, and this apartment that we live in does not have AC. Today I had my first hormonal mood swing and my husband had to take it. I was minding my own business listening to something and reading at the same time, and my husband who was playing video games would tap me on my foot, or lean and kiss me on my knee, but I was not bothered much by it. Than all of sudden he puts something between my toes. I told him to stop it in a calm but annoyed voice...than he did it again and it felt like a scratch (it didn't hurt though) but I was just so pissed off that he did it again that I suddenly yelled at him so loud, and marched to my room and closed the door very hard. I started crying for nothing, I knew it was nothing to get mad at, and I never got mad at him for this patty things but somehow I did today. He came to the room and told me "wow that was the worst hormonal reaction I have seen from you" and left the bedroom. I felt bad for acting like that so I went back to the living room to give him a kiss but he was pretending or at least acting like he was mad. I told him if he will act like this than he better just sleep in the living room, and he agreed that he will. Somehow he thinks that is like a punishment to me, but I don't mind having the bed all to myself lol.
On another note, I am supposed to hear at least I thought the nurse would call me to tell me about the blood results to see if I am high risk for DS or any other genetic abnormalities. They took my blood on August 3rd, and still have not heard anything...probably everything is allright.
2 Comments on 17 weeks and 4 days...and hormonesana23pink
- Wednesday, 12 Aug hahah lol yeah I probably should have said that :D he was laughing in the beginning too, but than decided to give me an attitude lol...i told him i have an excuse since I am pregnant, so what is your excuse? Ehh, he understands that is just the hormones at least :) stephncorey
- Wednesday, 12 Aug First of all, no news is good news on the blood tests!! And secondly-- the hormone thing is totally normal!! LOL One minute Im fine and the next I'm crying like a baby and my poor husbands head is spinning wondering what just happened.. He has a good sence of humor though so he just laughs and hugs me, and laughs some more. You and your hubby will be fine as long as he knows this is a normal hormonal reaction. Tell him to be a good boy and instead of sticking things between your toes to grab some lotion and rub them! ha!