Pregnancy might be making Carrie Underwood exhausted, but at least she’ll have plenty of makeup in her back pocket to cover up any evidence of sleep deprivation.

The soon-to-be mother of two, 35, shared on Twitter in the wee hours of Friday morning that she has been struggling with insomnia as her baby bump grows.

“Dear pregnancy insomnia,” she wrote. “Please go bother someone else … like dads. Go bother dads. My husband sleeps so soundly and peacefully and I’ve been awake for 2 hours (so far). How is this fair? Imma lose my mind!”

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Carrie Underwood tweets about pregnancy insomnia

In a follow-up post, the American Idol champ — who also shares 3½-year-old son Isaiah Michael with husband Mike Fisher — revealed to fans exactly what she had done during that time where she was lying awake.

“Worst part about insomnia = waking up this morning to see what I bought online while I was up. I just realized I spent over $600 on make up,” Underwood wrote.

She added the face-palm emoji and the hilariously relatable hashtags, “#SeemedLikeAGoodIdeaAtTheTime,” “#HelpMe,” “#TakeAwayMyShoppingApps” and “#ButThereWasASale.”

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The “Before He Cheats” singer is currently pregnant with her second child, another boy, and a source recently told PEOPLE that, “while excited for a family of four, they’re cherishing their last Christmas as a family of three. Unless of course the baby makes an early debut.”

The insider continued, “Carrie is on lockdown until the baby . They’re fully moved into the Leiper’s Fork house and have the hospital route mapped out.” (Leiper’s Fork is a rural suburb of Nashville, Tennessee.)

The main hint the country star has given about her baby’s arrival date is that her Cry Pretty tour will kick off in May 2019, after she has finished her maternity leave.

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