I am a loooong time reader of the hub but I have only recently started posting. I have a very terrible memory for who is who and can never keep track of members but some of the posts I have read over the years have really stayed with me. The OPs are total strangers to me but I very often think about them and wonder how they are getting on.
Not sure what the point of this thread is really.... I suppose I just want to let people know that there are total strangers who care and think about them. It would also be great if anyone wanted to give me an update on how they are doing.
So the posts I think of most are Ally and Angus- one day soon when you have a babe in your arms I will cry a bucket load of happy tears.
There was a lady who was the victim of a horrendous attack that resulted in a pregnancy. I think she decided that the best thing was for the baby to be adopted- I hope you, your daughter and that little baby are all healthy and thriving.
There was a young mum who had a huge struggle with an inappropriate relationship with her doctor- I hope you are free of this man and doing well.
The recent thread about the FIL who has been convicted of child sex crimes- I just want to send you lots of strength. I will be thinking of you and your husband for many years. Good luck
So who do you all think of? Anyone want to give a shout out to a member who's story has helped them?
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08-11-2014 17:01 #1
Posts that stay with you....
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08-11-2014 17:09 #2
FOBS and her VBA2C - I was super jealous of her as she had it at the same time I had a failed VBAC.
08-11-2014 19:32 #3Senior Member
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theres one lady i recall who had a son with a young man but they werent together and it was very complicated with custody and visitation..she met someone else and was pregnant with his baby and i often wonder how she is..
08-11-2014 19:39 #4
I often think of little Bede who is fighting a brain tumor I follow his journey on the blog his mum is writing as the thread on here went very quiet.
08-11-2014 19:49 #5
I often wonder about a woman who posted a few years ago who had a newborn to one guy and a couple of other kids to someone else.
The father of the newborn had taken him because he felt the baby was at risk. The mother had contacted DHS to take her other children as she had give up on everything.
I hope she is ok.
08-11-2014 19:57 #6
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08-11-2014 20:03 #7Senior Member
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Every beautiful baby that has been born sleeping. Whether the mum was a regular or whether it was their first post, every time someone loses their much cherished baby, their story and their babies are never forgotten.
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08-11-2014 20:04 #8
I remember all those stories op. I'd love to see how it all turned out too.
Mine is not a serious one but I think of it everyday. I can't even recall what the thread was about but one post has stuck with me every single time I hang the washing out.
A poster said that they had to hang the kids clothes in between the parents clothes to protect them. And no clothes could be by themselves. I think of it every time! And even feel bad when a singlet ends up on its own.
08-11-2014 20:05 #9
I think of Bede too, especially since there hasn't been an update for ages. I hope he is ok.
08-11-2014 20:05 #10
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