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Old Jul 11th, 2017, 14:49 PM   11
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Big hugs! Keep your eyes on the prize, when your little one is in your arms you'll soon forget about the sickness
You know, you never do when it's really bad. I had it even worse with my first. Bed ridden for almost the entire first tri, plus hospital admission for IV fluids. It took a long time before I was ready to think about a second. Both pregnancies were very wanted, fought for, and conceived on fertility drugs, but that moment I got my BFP this time? Excitement quickly engulfed by fear and dread. Because it's awful. It's really, really awful. It's worth it. But no, you don't forget.



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Old Jul 12th, 2017, 02:38 AM   12
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Aw, thank you so much! Today is MUCH better and the hard days help me appreciate the easier days so much more. Thank you, also, for the validation. On the other website, I got "suck it up" and "it'll be even harder when they're born so enjoy this ride while you can" The thing is, sometimes it's not really possible to "suck it up". Frankly, sometimes that's not even the most skillful response. We're all human and need permission to fall apart sometimes.

...and having friends on the same path to share and commiserate with makes all the difference.



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Old Jul 12th, 2017, 02:39 AM   13
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Glad it's not just me, but also sorry you seem to understand this too well



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Old Jul 12th, 2017, 02:40 AM   14
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Aw, thank you so much! Today is MUCH better and the hard days help me appreciate the easier days so much more. Thank you, also, for the validation. On the other website, I got "suck it up" and "it'll be even harder when they're born so enjoy this ride while you can" The thing is, sometimes it's not really possible to "suck it up". Frankly, sometimes that's not even the most skillful response. We're all human and need permission to fall apart sometimes.

...and having friends on the same path to share and commiserate with makes all the difference



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Old Jul 12th, 2017, 02:42 AM   15
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"It's really, really awful. It's worth it. But no, you don't forget."

Just wanted you to know: I so appreciate your honesty.



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Old Jul 14th, 2017, 15:12 PM   16
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Hope you're feeling better soon! I'm coming up on 14 weeks and really hoping it eases off in the second tri. xx



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