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Old Feb 13th, 2011, 14:50 PM   11
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It's great you feel that way

I feel the same about my life-it's not similar, in that i haven't experienced a loss, but i do feel proud that i waited until the 'right time' to have a baby. I have been beyond broody since i was practically born. I've been in serious relationship ssinc i was 15 and at times i was tempted to stop using contraception and see what happened but i fgured i shoudl achieve all i wanted toi achieve before trying for my longed for baby. So i went to uni, got my degree, got enagaged, bought a house, got married and THEN started TTC.And although there were times that my broddiness almost killed me, i wouldn't change any of it now.And like you i knew that when my baby was born, i would have done everything i could do make a lovely life for him (and us)!
Awe that's a lovely story, well done and your LO is beautiful. You're right, it feels like broodiness could actually kill you! But it's worth it, unfortunately you don't realise how proud you feel of yourself until the waiting is over, so I do hope does help lots of ladies, I promise you all, keep strong xxx



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Old Feb 13th, 2011, 14:58 PM   12
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It's great you feel that way

I feel the same about my life-it's not similar, in that i haven't experienced a loss, but i do feel proud that i waited until the 'right time' to have a baby. I have been beyond broody since i was practically born. I've been in serious relationship ssinc i was 15 and at times i was tempted to stop using contraception and see what happened but i fgured i shoudl achieve all i wanted toi achieve before trying for my longed for baby. So i went to uni, got my degree, got enagaged, bought a house, got married and THEN started TTC.And although there were times that my broddiness almost killed me, i wouldn't change any of it now.And like you i knew that when my baby was born, i would have done everything i could do make a lovely life for him (and us)!
Awe that's a lovely story, well done and your LO is beautiful. You're right, it feels like broodiness could actually kill you! But it's worth it, unfortunately you don't realise how proud you feel of yourself until the waiting is over, so I do hope does help lots of ladies, I promise you all, keep strong xxx

Thank you! I remember having dreams at the height of my broodyness that i had a baby and each time i woke in the morning, and realised it was a dream, i actually had a little cry! It's such a strong feeling isn't it.

I'm sorry for your loss and i hope you have a healthy and happy pregnancy next time x



 
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Old Feb 13th, 2011, 16:34 PM   13
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aw hun, thats lovely. thank you for sharing and... ''yes, you did it'' well done you xxx



 
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Old Feb 13th, 2011, 17:21 PM   14
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I am defiantly bookmarking this one on my laptop to look back on when the broodiness hits me again... its so god damn hard, but I know that when Ive got my degree and I have time to spend stress-free with my baby I will be soo soooo sooooooo glad that I waited for the right time. Thanks for this! x Em



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