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My Due Date: July 16, 2014
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AHHHhhh!
By rina9287 » Posted Jun. 25, 2014 6:05pm - 292 views - 5 comments

So today I've been feeling quite super pissed off and just need to vent.

Is it wrong for me to avoid/become irritated by my overly attached sister-in-law & mother-in-law...?
I've been so annoyed by my mother-in-law and sister-in-law these past few months...I know that's wrong to say but I just can't help it. Maybe it's the "pregnancy hormones"? Has anyone else felt this way?!?
They've been causing so much drama since the pregnancy and even have the NERVE to tell me that when my baby is born, they'll be taking him every other weekend to their house so they can bond with him!
Um, hello... HE WILL BE A NEWBORN, and you can't just tell me you're going to take my baby for the weekend (especially the fact that they didn't ask me, THEY WERE TELLING ME that's what "will happen")!!
Ha, first of all, like I would let that happen. And secondly, who would be so dumb enough to tell a pregnant women that they'll be taking her newborn baby every other weekend so they can bond with him/her!

And the fact that my sister-in-law calls my husband everyday and asks him, "is my baby born yet", "how is my baby doing", "when is my son going to get here so I can come get him"....shit like that. And my mother-in-law, she's a whole other story. She calls my husband a few times a week crying her eyes out telling him that she is depressed because she wants the baby to live at her house with her and her daughter (my sister-in-law & mother-in-law live together). My mother-in-law begs my husband to give my baby to his sister and her at least 2 weeks out the month! Like WTF!!! So much other shit goes down but I can just go on and on.
They're F*en crazy...even my husband doesn't know what is wrong with his mom and sis.
Ughh!! Well, I'll stop ranting for now before this gets too long...thanks for reading/listening ladies!
I know some may think I'm messed up or over-reacting, but hey, imagine yourself in my shoes!

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Comment from rina9287 » Posted Jun. 30, 2014 5:16pm
Thanks ladies, I've just put it in the back of my mind and am trying not to pay attention on them and to just focus on the baby and my family. I know it may be easier said than done, but hopefully it'll work! I definitely don't want any drama when the baby arrives...

Comment from josamarie » Posted Jun. 26, 2014 6:32am
Um, absolutely not out of line! This is so totally whack, I'd have totally lost it! My son is 3 months and hasn't been out of my sight for more than 5 hours (with daddy) since he was born and it's going to be a very long time before he overnights anywhere (I'm thinking about 25 years at this point ð???). Super crazy, I'm so sorry you're going through this especially at the end when you already have so much on your mind!

Comment from gotababylady » Posted Jun. 26, 2014 2:36am
Wow I really have no words for this craziness. I don't think the is enough therapy in the world to fix that kind of crazy. I feel for you big time.

Comment from rina9287 » Posted Jun. 25, 2014 8:44pm
@mrsamanda: Thanks for taking the time to read my post! I'm glad you think I'm not out-of-line. I haven't voiced my irritation of them with anyone else yet....I feel like I'm going to just snap and tell them off the next time I see them. I've been trying my hardest not to go off on them because I just want to be calm during the pregnancy, but it's becoming much more difficult. Since my due date is getting closer, the in-laws seem to be getting a lot worse!! :/

Comment from mrsamanda » Posted Jun. 25, 2014 6:36pm
Holy shit. You're doing better than I would be. I would've already told them they are bat shit crazy and they won't be doing any thing of the sort when my baby comes. They both sound like they need head checks! There are so many things that come to mind of what I would have said to them. You are NOT in the wrong by being irritated with them. That's just ridiculous.


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