Ok ladies, I feel completely blessed to have my family. My daughter just turned one on Oct. 9 and I am pregnant and due December 30 with a little boy. Right now I feel so overwhelmed that I feel like I am losing it. I am tired, emotional, achy and trying to be super wife and mom all at the same time. Not to mention my "part time" job which I was hired at for 20 hrs a week or less keeps scheduling me for 38 plus a week. I could scream. Right now I am sitting here listening to my daughter SCREAM and cry at the top of her lungs and it's bed time. We've been going through this lately. She throws her pacifier across the room and screams till someone comes in to fetch it, then it starts all over again. I know this is her game, so please don't say it. I just need a pep talk or a kind word. I am not sure right now how I am going to handle two kids 14 months apart come December. I am really feeling at the edge of my nerves. Please someone, give me a tip or idea or something. I'd love to hear from those of you that have kids close also.
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