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Anyone else want to sock their husband?

I am not sure if I am just supper emotional or he is just being a douche.. either way we got into and argument at 5am over who ate the ham, it is very hard for me to be quiet when in a verbal disagreement. Not only that,  but the aftermath is horrible.. I have never been a crier and now it seems as though I can't stop.
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Over the ham?! Hilarious! It will be over soon and both of you will look back and laugh. Be thankful that this is the type of issue you're dealing with. Cry if you need to, but remember that some women aren't blessed to have a partner to fuss over ham with, and some have bigger issues. Laugh it off and next time blame the baby for eating the ham. I have those "wanna sock dad moments" too, everytime I look over at night and hes sleeping like a baby when I cant sleep at all!
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Its normal just hormones lol i remember my husband took my plate to the kitchen and i just busted out crying!
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Thank you ladies.... :)
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Lol I was throwing a fit last night for no reason I was crying and everything and just super irritated I said I was mad cause he wouldn't go to bed at the same time as me but I really just think it was my hormones and I was tired! Now I feel so bad! But my husband has been so sweet today!
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Hormones! !!! At this very moment i want to ruin away for good all because I woke up wanting to be intimate and my husband is to scared due to being close to my due date. While i was already made aware of this i feel like attacking him and running away for good.  I know it's something we already agreed on so i have retreated to the bed to pout and not fight.  Lol
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ALL I DO IS CRY! I start an argument then cry mid argument, I confuse my husband a lot.. dw, blame it on the hormones, remember it's never your fault, you're pregnant so you're always right haha, this is what I tell myself!!
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