Okay... I lied! I went ahead and updated in here! I don't know how to say this without sounding awful, but I'm going to try. It's kind of exciting to be adding names... even though each one represents pain. I mean, the pain... it's already happened and we can't change it... so each name, date, number... it represents a world of hope, possibilities, and potential! It's exciting because I'll eventually get to update each of those with your dates that will become scan dates, birth dates, and baby pictures! We'll all get through this... from TTC After A Loss to Pregnancy After A Loss to Parenting! I just know we will!
I think you are right and I know exactly what you mean! We've all got to focus on that PMA x x x
Well, I'm glad it didn't come off as awful that adding mc's to a list was exciting... I didn't want it to sound like I enjoyed knowing how many people have suffered losses... just that all those losses will eventually be hope for everyone else who suffers a loss since we're all going serve as inspiration after our sticky s and healthy babies!
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