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September 20th, 2008, 11:28 PM
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I am all mixed up right now. I really thought I had some to a place that was very at peace with it all...and for the most part I think I have. Then we start talking about TTC again & it brings up all kinds of emotions I forget are still there just beneath the surface. I really want more children & like Deb - I am not getting any younger (almost 34) I know I need to try again soon if we are going to do this - since I don't have years & years to go and I don't know how long it may take to get another full term pg. Then I also think about everything the losses took out of me before & now with Jonah & my niece moving in, I wonder if i have enough left over to deal with whatever may come. I don't know if I do or not - and that is hard for me. I think it is one of those things that I cannot know if I can deal with it until I step into that arena. So I think we probably will very soon - I just am not positive when & I am not sure how many times we are willing to try this time. In the meantime I have noticed already that just talking about TTC has made crying more o fa regular thing in my life again. Not an every day kind of thing - but more common than it has been in recent months - and I am certain that is at the center of why I am more emotional.
B - Crazy momma to my two boys
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