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Posted 29 November 2012 - 10:26 AM
Hi all, just joined up and thought I should introduce myself....my name is Claire, I'm engaged to my partner of nearly 6 years and we have a beautiful (and very cheeky) nearly 3 year old. Earlier this year we lost baby #2 at 12 weeks pregnant which was really hard, I wanted to try again straight away but fionce wants doesn't want to go through it all again just yet considering what happened (it was our 4th mc) so for now we are focusing on our gorgeous little man we already have plus wedding plans.
Posted 02 December 2012 - 05:07 PM
Welcome claire, so sorry to hear about your loss, Its good that u are just focusing on your little man and wedding plans it is definately a scary time after u have lost a baby when u go through it again my partner was the same didnt want to do it straight away but sthere was oter plans for us as i fell pregnant about 6 months later,
goodluck with everything and hope you enjoy eb
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