P-A-N-I-C

I know that just a few days a go I wrote how I wasn’t letting this move and new baby thing stress me out, but for some reason I woke up this morning in a panic.

Not just a little nervous, but nearly a full blown panic attack. All I could think was what the hell are we doing?! Here we are moving out of this house in less than 2 weeks, we STILL don’t have a closing date on the house we want to buy, I’m starting my bi-weekly visits to the obgyn, and I’m trying to watch a 4 month old baby and keep life as normal as possible for my kids.

All of this while also packing up the house, trying to figure out what we are going to do with the fish in the fish tank, remembering to stop all the various services, figure out where to have our mail forwarded, figuring out what we need to leave out of boxes to use for these last few days, etc…it’s just so much to think about, and I’ve been acting like this isn’t a big deal!!!

What the hell is wrong with me?!

Waking up in a panic isn’t the best way to start the day, let me tell you! I’ve never gotten so many things done in such a short amount of time, but it does make for one cranky Mom! I did my best to portray calm while getting Landon ready for school this morning, but I don’t know if I’ll be able to be such a good actress tomorrow and until this nightmare is over.

I wonder if now would be a good time to also learn the art of meditation? I’ll just add that to my list of things to get done!

Comments

Carmen O. said…
Awww hugs Angela! Everything will be fine, you'll see. :D
Diana Joy said…
You do have a lot 'on your plate'...I undersatnd the panic attacks. Relaxation techniques help calm. Hugs to you; wish I could help irl.
nice posting keep blogging,.... i am very new in blogging, please and kindly visit my blog,.. thanks a lot... here are top ten tips to stay in good healthhttp://jabrasr.blogspot.com/
Hello,,,Please check out my blog if you are interested in playing the guitar and feel free to leave any comments if you so wish to
thank you =)
BusyB said…
everything will be fine (my husband moved me with newborn and 4 year old to texas we drove....) i was scared and nervous but wow it was fun and worth every min., take a breath, smile,( I had to slow down on coffee), and charish this great move in life. Have Fun!

Popular Posts