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    Big hugs huni!!!!! It has started to get 'easier' for me but I'm learning to adapt! It's really cruel we have to go thru this!! I've had some shocking low days but started having some good ones!

    It's a long road beautiful!!! Your a survivor! I'm sorry you have to go thru this! Your path will gain colour again!!
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    Still think about u all the time xxx

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    Massive hugs, remember its okay to feel this way. It's okay to have days like this. We are all here to listen when you need to vent/cry/yell what ever you need to do to help the pain a little. Xoxoxox you have been such a brave person. I really admire you.

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    Ally what you're feeling is completely normal. After my brother died (he committed suicide) a few days after his funeral DH and I went to lunch with our closest friends to try and bring some normalcy back to our lives. I sat there while everyone around me laughed and tried to behave normally. I just wanted to scream at them all and tell them everything they said was stupid and petty. I felt so disconnected.

    For years after he died I was unable to conduct small talk with people. I just felt like everything was inane and pointless, and the world just seemed darker and people's problems petty and stupid. Why did they worry about what so and so down the hall said about them? Who gives a f-ck? I just felt so angry.

    But it passed. Eventually. I began to reconnect with people around me and enjoy the company of others. I still get annoyed some days even though over 10 years has lapsed.

    What you are going through is just so normal. What happened to Angus is unfair, and my heart breaks when I think about him and your family. You are a wonderful empathetic person who is entitled to feel the way you feel. Come on here and vent away. We're all here to hold you up on days like this xx

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    Always thinking of you Ally and all the other beautiful souls in here who have shared their grief and pain.

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    Our DNA kareotyping came back today DH and I are "normal" so 99% chance our frozen embryos are fine so we can FET whenever we are ready.

    Big relief, although Edwards is not hereditary we were scared that it means something more than it was.

    Poor little Angus, such rotten luck. He was so beautiful <3


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    That's really good news, Ally. Hopefully that will reassure you a little. It was really lovely to meet you last night, and I commend you for being brave and coming along. I hope you found some comfort in chatting to us all. Big hugs to you. xxx

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    Quote Originally Posted by siansmum View Post
    That's really good news, Ally. Hopefully that will reassure you a little. It was really lovely to meet you last night, and I commend you for being brave and coming along. I hope you found some comfort in chatting to us all. Big hugs to you. xxx
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    Glad it was a subject I could sit back and just listen to. It was a gentle way to start sharing. Thank you for inviting me and the comforting talk after


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    Huge rollercoaster of a week for me! Babies from Angus's due in group are starting to be born. i left my group on here but i already knew a couple girls in real life and i have some if dh's friend due all in june. its been very very hard. it ruined my positive mindset. reminding me if all the things Angus and i never got to experience together, first cry, first feed etc Etc and it is heartbreaking all over again to see these beautiful babies especially the little boys.

    This is mine and DH's Angus tattoos we got them this afternoon





    Angus 4~6~13, loved - wanted - missed


    Angus 4~6~13, loved - wanted - missed

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    Beautiful tattoo's Ally. I'm sure Angus is smiling down on you


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    My DD Valentina finally arrived 16/05/2013!!

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    Ally those tattoo's are simply beautiful! xox

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