I have had those days but they are long passed now. It is definitely important to take time out for yourself. Maybe you could have one night a week with just your friends or to just sit in your room and read while your husband tends to the girls. It will make you feel refreshed and ready to take on the world. Good luck!
I was totally there with you this weekend. Es was sick and grouchy and my fibro was at its worst. Then I wrestled es over her medicine and she ended up shooting it up my nose, in her hair, and all over. I burst into tears. We both cried. Then i took her in the shower with me and we apologized to each other over shampooing our hair. Motherhood, at this age, is full of breakdowns and the sweetest makeup sessions. You're a wonderful mama who deserves some good cry time! Better yet, some good you time!
We all have those days! Just know that you are not alone on this crazy adventure of motherhood!
Ohhhhh man do I understand that crazy!! After I had my second I went through the normal sadness/crying emotions that you get with postpartum, but then as that subsided, the overwhelmingness and ANGER set in. I was so angry over the tiiiiniest things, and I would shut down over the simplest of things. It was so hard. but I wasn't sad and weepy all the time so I didn't think it was post partum depression,so I just dealt with it. Turns out those are symptoms of both depression and anxiety and I was dealing with both ha. But its getting so much better. If you even suspect it could be that talk to someone because just sucking it up and pushing through it majorly sucks! There are so many good days ahead of you, keep going a page at a time :) You got this!!
Welcome to our adventure!