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    How awful!!

    I have no experience, so no advice, I'm sorry. I guess the only thing I can suggest is a counsellor for you and your daughter.

    I did have a friend go through something similar and she said she was shocked at the birth how much the baby looked like his 'father', and as a result she struggled to breastfeed. She has a fabulous bond with him now though, and is doing great.

    You are very brave and I wish you all the best

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    I can't come close to imagining how difficult that experience must have been for you. I'm so sorry that it happened.

    I hope that you and DD have received some counselling, and if not, that you seriously consider this. It will be really important for your and your daughter's relationship with bub-to-be that you have some support to heal from your experience.

    Take care.

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    What an awful awful experience for you and your daughter. I'm so sorry you went through that. Wishing you best of luck

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    I am so sorry for what you have been through and for your daughter having to witness it. I couldn't even imagine how you feel

    Have you spoke with a grief counsellor? Even ring one of the hotlines for unplanned pregnancy 1300737732
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    As for the age gap I think big or small you learn to adapt and hopefully you'll have a big helper in your daughter who'll adore her baby brother or sister.

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    So sorry for what you and your daughter have been through

    No advice just hugs and best wishes

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    I wish I had advice to give you big hugs Hun

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    I am so sorry to hear of what you went through xx

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    *Hugs*

    I would also suggest counseling. Best of luck Hun xx

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    i am so sorry, hugs

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