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I have 2 older daughters, 17 & 21,and now a BFP!.. My husband and both work full time,, with a crazy long commutes. I missed my appt last month for my PAP smear and BC pill refill. I am so nervous to tell my husband not sure how this is going to work out,..
I just caught your post and it seems like this pregnancy really caught you by surprise. I'm sure it's not easy to adjust to the idea of you and your husband's plans for the future changing so radically, but I can tell you from friends and family I've know that have had late in life pregnancies that it really turned out to be a blessing in the end. Of course, I know breaking the news to your husband is a little bit nerve-wracking, so I just wanted to say I'll be praying for you both. I'm sure once he hears that little heart beating he'll be on board. Well, hang in there and let us know how things go, OK?
Don't stress out. Everything will be fine! Ive just read from the other thread: unplanned preg, no financial sources, and all... and here you are...worrying. You have kids who are mature enough to understand and support you emotionally and a husband who is responsible and capable enough to carry an extra life. Talk to him -- that baby is a blessing!
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