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    I loved it.......my hubby was born in a home like that in 1967 and given up for adoption without ever being held by his mum.... so sad...

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    I thought it was very well done and loved seeing Jessica Marais on the screen again, but my goodness it's such a sad story.

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    Is there going to be an encore of first episode? I missed it DS had a bad night :-/

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    I really wanted to watch this but I don't think I have the emotional capacity at the moment lol. I am crying at toilet paper commercials, it's just not a good idea while pregnant!

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    I watched it with dh and loved it. I had to explain to him what it was portraying (the other stolen generation).

    He couldn't believe what these girls went through. They had no say coz they were underage and unmarried, a big eye opener

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    Quote Originally Posted by GreenMama View Post
    I really wanted to watch this but I don't think I have the emotional capacity at the moment lol. I am crying at toilet paper commercials, it's just not a good idea while pregnant!
    Lol I'm hearing ya! I did watch it last night and absolutely loved it but I did end up a sobbing weepy mess! I blame preggie hormones as well

    Will definitely be tuning in next week.

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    I watched it. It was really well cast. I agree very heartbreaking seein the mum not being able to even look at her baby. I'm definitely tuning in next week. I used to be a revenge fan but revenge lost me last week. So love child has filled that spot

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    Loved it and cried. Looking forward to the rest of the story!

    I felt ill when the Dr was going to examine her with those young male Dr's in training! Thank goodness for Joan!

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    I loved it. So sad!My mum had my older brother in 1967 when she was 17.. my grandma made her marry the baby daddy prior to the birth. He was a family friend 10 years older than her eww. She divorced him a few yrs later. Was it the parents of the girls who signed away their babies??

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    Watched it. Loved it. So glad Aussie drama is doing so well


 

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