Shannon, thank you for sharing your stories. You have been through so much, and I hope you can find the healing that you need. ((HUGS))
Oh Shannon ((hugs)) I knew very little about what you were going through while you were going through it because I know how hard that was for you to share.
I'm glad you've gotten it out and that you are so close to holding your baby in your arms. You are a wonderful person.
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Thank you so much. I always feel so weird about putting it all out there, but I really do feel better.
I feel honored that you shared that part of your journey with us.
Wishing you continued healing to come.
~Joy~ DS1-8/5/05, DS2-10/18/10 (VBAC#1), DS3- 4/11/12 (VBAC#2!)
I agree too about not being able to completely regret even the m/cs because without them you wouldn't be where you are today, just a few weeks from holding THIS little guy in your arms. Though my own m/c experiences were different from yours, ultimately I feel the same way, and it really helps me to remember that when I do start to feel sad about them. I hope that writing this all out brings you closer to the peace you need.
Thank you for all the kind words. I guess I haven't shared much because I've been afraid people don't want to hear about it. That seems to be the case IRL. Even Will hates talking about all of that. I think it helped because I feel a bit better.
Audrey and I had a great day. We went for a long walk early before it got too hot. Then we came home and got in the wading pool. I'm afraid I got a bit too much sun on my bump but oh well. It was a relaxing day and I'm feeling so much calmer. Now if only I can get some motivation to clean this weekend