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Hmm I lurk (and post) on Am I Pregnant.... even though I know I am pregnant
Other than that... just the DDC's if I am really bored.
I like to lurk on the Stillbirth board sometimes too. My first loss was not a still birth (14 weeks) but in a way a lot of those emotions similar to losing a full term baby surface. It's kind of comforting to go there and see the strength those ladies have.
__________________ Bobbie mom to : Jeremy (22) Amanda (19) Matthew ( 4) and Daniel (3).... RYAN DAVID 1/4/14 8lbs 10oz 20 3/4 inches!!! My miracle happened! step-mom to: Stephany (23) and Krista (20) step-grandma to: Wesley (3), Rosemarie (7 months)
On 1/31/12 at exactly 16 weeks pregnant Noah came too soon. He was our 7th loss
If you would like to see pictures of my sweet (but tiny) boy they can be viewed at www.caringbridge.org/visit/noahdarrohn they aren't the easiest pictures to look at but I am willing to share them with anyone who would like to see them <3
I lurk in the DDC. It is exciting to see all the mommies gearing up to have their babies...and it gives me hope that my turn will be here soon.
And I am another one who lurks in on the stillbirth board sometimes. My cousin (whom I am very close with) lost her 1st DD at 39 weeks due to a cord accident. She was only 16 at the time. Our family still talks about Isabell with such love and we visit her on holiday's and her birthday sometime with my cousin. And sometime just reading the posts on the stillbirth board helps me to remember that my cousin still needs the support 15 years later.