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Vistited Miscarriage Forum,but I'd Rather Post Here-that Ok?

Can I still be in your "club "???
Yep, sure you can
No, you might Jinx the rest of us
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Total Votes : 20
Hiya, it's me on an official "sit-up" period. Thanks to everyone who posted such kind things on my other post. We're doing ok. Jemma is a delight, as are toby, rose and my husband. I'm still not sure of what to say to tobes- he understood there were two babies coming. I don't know how he'll understand what's happened. Even if I say they are in heaven- it won't make a whole lot of sense to him. Rosie-posey never really "got it" anyway so thst's actually easier.

I had a peep at the miscarriage and stillbirth forum- where I probably belong now- but I don't like it very much.

Don't get me wrong, i'm sure they are all very nice, but the whole thing is full of- "when can I get pregnant again" "whats the soonest I can get pregnant after miscarriage" "could I be pregnant again?"

it's just kind of frantic. Even if there was a possibility of my getting pregnant again (fatfamily, i'm looking at you !!) I wouldn't be anywhere near even thinking about it yet. I know everyone's different, but I think some of the people on there are still actually going through the miscarriage, and already thinking about when they can try again.

I know the forum was created so that women who are pregnant don't get upsaet by having "miscarriage" thrown in their face everytime they visit.

Would anyone mind if I continue to post here even though i'm not pregnant or ttc ??
What if I promise to post a ohoto of the magical jemma?
Deal?
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replied April 3rd, 2006
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Hi Ms Chief
Ok I vote yes, I dont mind u continue to stay and post here :)
lol, when can I see jemma's pic? She must be really cute :)
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replied April 3rd, 2006
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Thanx.
You could eat her right up.

Just trying to remember how to post the pic.....
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replied April 3rd, 2006
Active User, very eHealthy
Of course you can stay. At least, that's how I feel. You're a very nice and caring lady with children, and you have a lot to offer to us. You don't have to be pregnant to be loved here. :)
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replied April 4th, 2006
Extremely eHealthy
I'm not pregnant and i'm still here. U are very welcome here. :)
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replied April 4th, 2006
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Ya don't worry about it. The miscarriage forum was started cause for a while the preg forum was overrun by miscarriage posts and a lot of the preggos got nervous. I'm not pregnant anymore but am a mod here and post here when time permits. So don't worry about posting here chief!
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replied April 4th, 2006
Extremely eHealthy
You got my vote to stay. You seem very strong and delightful.
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replied April 4th, 2006
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Absolutely :wink:
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replied April 4th, 2006
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I wonder who voted no....
I voted yes, you stil have plenty of advice to give, and many ppl will appreciate it


=)
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replied April 4th, 2006
Extremely eHealthy
jennie25 wrote:
i wonder who voted no....

I voted yes, you stil have plenty of advice to give, and many ppl will appreciate it


=)


yeah I wonder that also...But I voted yes!!
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replied April 4th, 2006
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I've never been pregnant and i'm still here :p

i can't wait to see her, it's so awesome that you took her like that. :)
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