I'm very sorry for your losses, it goes without saying that it must have been heartbreaking for you both.
I've lost a baby as well & had a long, hard time conceiving DD who was then 3 months premature so I can kind of understand.
I think a break for TTC is a great idea, simple things are always good IMO, walks on the beach, woods, parks, picnics (weather permitting!!) good movies & munchies, long soaks in the bath with candles, romantic dinners out or at home, turning off the TV some evenings & chilling out with some nice music & long chats, sounds great to me, enjoy the break, take care of yourself & your DH xx
So sorry for your losses, I have experinced a miscarraige and I tried for 9 months for that one so I have a small glimpe into how your feeling, although I already had one at that point. Anyway, I am so sorry for your losses.
No idea of your current situation, if you have avaliable cash they put some aside for fun spending money, do adult only holidays, go out for meals out, do lots of couple things, double date with friends, etc.
You can focus on saving and get a better house, are you home owners?
If not use this time to work hard and get yourself in a good finicial situation, perhaps if your not happy in your job look for felxaible jobs that would work well when you do evetually have your family.
My situation right now is stuck at home being a SAHM, I have three kids under 26 months, a tiddler and 4 month old twins, and the logistics of going anywhere is too much, I needed bread this morning, there is a shop 4 doors down from me and the though of getting all three dressed up, pram out, twins in the pram (which cant fit through the door as its a double so have to do it all outside) and somehow control my toddler (plus i dont fit through the shops doors), its just not worth the hassle, so for the most part I am stuck in everyday! The idea of just having the freedom to walk out of the door without running around and preparing for an hour before hand sounds amazing, I am not complaing, i love my family and I am greatful for it and one day leaving the house will become easier, but enjoy the freedom while you have it! I love being a mum and was despirate to be one, but the time i spent with my husband before we had kids was special and someone that we cant ever get back.
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