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Old Dec 8th, 2010, 07:40 AM   1
hulahoop09
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Is this normal or am I being a dafty?!! Lol.


Hiya

Hope everyone is okay. I jst needed to talk! I have a phobia of childbirth but the past few months have felt extra broody (feels like someone flicked an 'on' switch!) and so am getting help and advice etc.

Where I work once a week is baby clinic and you can here the babies crying while getting weighed etc or the parents and staff cooing over the babbas and it would break my heart as I never thought I would have one of my own, I would literally sit in the room next door and cry my eyes out!!

Now as I feel a bit more confident after getting support it still breaks my heart but because I want a babba now!! I dont want to have to wait! Lol. I have the watery eyes coming on but am holding back!!

Is this normal?!!!!


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Old Dec 8th, 2010, 08:03 AM   2
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I know what you mean by the broody 'on' switch! I always loved babies but never really thought about having my own, but in the last year or so I don't know what's happened, but my body if definitely trying to tell me something!

Only problem is we have to wait for some reason or another and there is no broody 'pause' switch!

Glad you're getting support for your phobia, the fear of the unknown is the worst!




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Old Dec 8th, 2010, 08:48 AM   3
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Thank you

It is pants that you cant pause the broodiness!!! Grrrrrrrrrr


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Old Dec 8th, 2010, 11:19 AM   4
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I wish men could get the broodieness that we get then am sure we would have babies quicker, its unbelievable the feelings that just swamp you and it gets worse as you get older am so broody all the time at the moment.x



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Old Dec 8th, 2010, 11:23 AM   5
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I wish men could get the broodieness that we get then am sure we would have babies quicker, its unbelievable the feelings that just swamp you and it gets worse as you get older am so broody all the time at the moment.x
Its gets worst when you get older? ahhhhrghh!

I'm doomed



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