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June 23rd, 2006, 07:17 PM
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Got a new neighbor so we had a welcome brunch with a few ladies on my culdesac. My nosey neighbor that thinks that I'm some how obligated to tell her how my fertility is going ask me how things are going in front of the brand new neighbor. Well we all have had fertility problems but I just felt like she over stepped her nosey boundries. Anyway, later the new neighbor starts telling me that she had a group of friends and she remembers looking around the room, and each lady had did some type of fertility treatment or another and all had kids, a few with multiples. Then she assumed I was doing invitro, and I'm not. I'm just taking clomid and trying naturally since we can seem to get pregnant. She had done invitro, and I guess it was not successfull hence she adopted a beautiful little chinese girl. Anyway, it bugged me that she thought that I was doing invitro. And I have to realize that I need to accept that they may be my fate. But I feel like invitro is for those who cannot get pregnant. I'm still holding on to the fact that I can....I dunno, I have some survival of the fittest emotions going on...I'm terrible. So, I tell her if that doesn't work, that we have a surrogate. Then she tells me that one of her friends gave her other friend eggs and she had a baby. Well that bugged me again, as if my eggs aren't good, and I'm using my sister in laws eggs. God I hope she didn't think that I would use my sister in laws eggs to have my husband sperminate. She offered to be our surrugate, holding my egg and his sperm. So all that happened b/c my nosey neighbor opened her mouth. Just thought I would share..
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June 23rd, 2006, 07:25 PM
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Oh wow, what a day. I don't even really know what to say. I'm thinking that's a neighbor you don't need to spend a lot of time with. (((Hugs)))
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June 24th, 2006, 11:39 AM
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That is why I try to tell as few people as possible - I hate people's 2 cents....

I think she wayyyy over stepped sharing htat info in front of others. Either she really doesn't get it - or she's a b&^^%. Maybe both. I agree with Iris - I would just keep some distance.

I barely know my neighbors. We know first names & say hello while doing yardwork,etc..and I am glad. There are many that don't even know about our most recent loss...even in friends & I am glad for that as well. They know enough already & I don't want to be asked about it - or feel like I need to update anyone on progress. I wish your neighbor had hte common sense to understand that you may not want to share every detail with everyone all the time.

BTW - I think it's lovely that your SIL has offered to be a surrogate if you need that. That is quite a gift. I don't think I would know anyone if that need arose for us. Unfortuantely with the chromosomal issue - that doesn't really help us any.
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June 24th, 2006, 08:59 PM
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I know I replied to this post earlier, but Beck's post reminded me about my neighbor. I've only mentioned our m/c's to one neighbor, but she's had the uncanny timing to show up 2-3 days after each loss because our boys were playing together and ask how my pg was going (DS was excited and told everyone we met he was getting a baby sister - who turned out to be a brother). After the second m/c, she opened up and said she'd delivered a stillborn at 5 months who had strangled in his cord. Hearing her story helped a lot because my grief was still so fresh and I knew she was expressing how deeply she understood my loss. I wish everyone could be so understanding and compassionate, but wouldn't wish personal experience on them for anything. As Beck said, distance is good.
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June 25th, 2006, 09:25 PM
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I definitly feel like people talk to much! Sometimes I just want to tell them all to shut the f up and what do they know about it...this whole people are well intentioned but...you know what? I'm tired. i am so tired of "well intentioned" people talking out of their ***** and striving to "make me better" only resulting in A. offending me b. hurting me or c. (the most common) PISSING ME OFF!
Anyway, wewantaminime.. I am so sorry your privacy was invaded and that this new neighbor made you feel like you swhould be doing something different then you are. It's your body, your family, you make the choices that are right for YOU>
Oh adn sorry if this post is so angry...I've just had it today I guess
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June 26th, 2006, 06:28 AM
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Thanks girls, I'm going to fix the nosey neighbor. I can't have this nonsense going on in my safe place you know what I mean.
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