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December 22nd, 2012, 01:41 PM
MerinSun MerinSun is offline
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Holy crap, you typed that all out on a tablet? You must be filled with some powerful rage!

I'm sorry you are going through all of this. Maybe you could tell your mom that if she feels that people would be invading her personal space too much at breakfast she is more than welcome to come later when people are more spread out.

As for your baby, take deep breaths, get lots of rest, eat well and go for daily walks. If you feel you had a particularly stressful day try to set some time aside during the evening time to just hang and talk to your belly. Look at pictures of babies, nurseries, etc. That will help make you feel better and get you to focus on bonding with your baby. The only thing that will hurt your baby during times of grief is if you can't breathe regularly and are not taking care of yourself. Being sad does not travel across the umbilical cord S/he is happy listening to your heartbeat and voice to take any notice.
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