Everywhere I Go

Everywhere I go, I either see protruding pregnant bellies, pregnancy announcements, birth announcements, beautiful little newborn babies, and even children laughing and having fun. From the shopping centre, to work, to Facebook, to T.V, to at home, across the road. These stark reminders of what we don’t have seem to plague us on what seems like an everyday, constant occasion. There is not a day that goes by, where we are not reminded. There is not a day that goes by, that our hearts do not ache for something we so deeply desire. I miss our babies. I want our babies…

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3 thoughts on “Everywhere I Go

  1. MrsPearce

    😦 Yep, they sure do seem to follow us everywhere don’t they! My evil witch arrived today and the pregnant mummies and their babies are everywhere. I went to the gym to escape and every ad on the TV screens was about babies and then the midday news did a segment on babies 😦 Not fair. But we will get through this together 🙂 I’m here for you if you wanna talk, bitch, or whine xx

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    1. danielle284 Post author

      Oh Annika. Screw that witch! I hope you are doing ok! If only we could hide ourselves from the constant reminders, but how impossible would that be! I’d certainly love to talk, bitch and whine with you.., a real wine’d be nice too!

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      1. MrsPearce

        Haha yes a wine would be lovely :p that is the tribute we usually give to the evil witch. But we had no wine at home today so it will have to be at my birthday dinner on the 7th 🙂 I’ll be 23. Who would have thought someone can have fertility problems at both our ages?!

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