A permanent state of tiredness

That is what I am in.  I only woke an hour ago as I normally do and I already feel like I haven’t slept in a week.  There is little chance of that though as there is too much to do.  The children will start coming downstairs for breakfast soon and the day will have officially begun.  I am so thankful that Mike is off work now so that I can slope away for a nap if I need to.

Yesterday I mentioned having this soreness at the top of my uterus/under my ribs.  I can now tell you that it’s definitely not a pain in my ribs but has got increasingly worse since yesterday.  I have no idea what it could be and I have never experienced anything like this before.  I need to mention it to the consultant at today’s appointment, along with my concerns about Twin 2’s less frequent movements in comparison to Twin 1.  I just need some reassurance but I am very reluctant to be an overly-worried-for-no-reason-hormonal-pregnant-woman.

Anyway, it won’t be long now before we get the date for the caesarean section.  When do you think the babies will be here?


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One thought on “A permanent state of tiredness

  1. I hope it all goes well today. Twin 2 for me barely moved at all, twin one never stopped! It was worrying but now they are six months old it's still the same, she is uber placid, he is on the go the whole time!
    I was very fortunate to have a wonderful consultant who saw me every week, and towards the end every two days to check when would be the best time to bring the babies. I hope yours is good and is keeping a careful eye on them.
    I am sorry you are in so much pain, I was very fortunate not to have that, but can relate to the never ending tiredness! Looking forward to hearing when they will be making an appearance!

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