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    Default Starting all over again

    Hi ladies

    I used this site 5yrs ago when i has my daughter however it wasn't this advanced.

    In early stages of pregnancy (due Sept) & whilst I'm excited, my husband appears to be negative at every opportunity. He only ever wanted 1 child and he comments daily how hard it is going to be etc. Hard for who i don't know!

    I remind him that i didn't get pregnant by myself and i lm becoming increasingly frustrated/angry with him that he is so resentful about our situation.

    All of my gfs that i was in mothers group with have already had their second/third children and i feel as though I'm going to be doing this on my own (without the support network i had with miss 4)..

    Not sure why I'm posting ... Or what responses (if any) I'm expecting... Just venting ...

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    Congrats and welcome back.

    There are 5 years between my 2. You can go to mothers group again and meet a new bunch of mums. Join the due in September group here on the forum. My DIG has been fabulous.


 

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