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And she could scarcely make out anything
2011-02-20 03:59 pm (UTC)
I am SO upset over my daughter's stupid lost teddy bear that it isn't even funny. And I wish I could say "It's because I'm pregnant and irrational", but I'd probably feel this way regardless. Mostly, I'm irritated by everyone around me shrugging and saying "Yeah, whatever, it's a teddy bear" because I can distinctly remember not being able to sleep or eat if I didn't have my own stuffed animal as a kid.
I just feel like... fuck. I KNOW it's just a bear. But she's had it since she was born and she keeps asking for "missing teddy" and it just breaks my heart. I am kind of mad at my husband, and the daycare lady, since I wasn't the one who dropped her off and somehow lost a giant teddybear in an 8 hour time span, from the back door to the car. I think it's just indicative of a larger problem, where I feel like
if I don't do something
, it won't be done. If I don't make sure she has this bear, it gets lost. If I don't make her lunch, it won't be made. If I don't do the grocery shopping, we have no food. Overall they're little things, but having to be the
person responsible for basically THE ENTIRE FAMILY is exhausting. People wouldn't
if I wasn't there to remind them, geez.
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