Today I had a client tell me her story. ( I work from my home. I'm an esthitician.Do mostly gel nails.) People tend to open up to me because of the nature of my job. She started telling about her struggles trying to get PG when she was my age. She is now 51. After over 5 years of trying her and her husband decided to adopt. They were thrilled. 5 years later with the help of alot of fertility drugs, concieved a baby girl. They never could concieve again after that. She really tried to encourage me to consider adoption. She wasn't trying to say that "adopt then I'll get PG". She was really sincere and had my best interest at heart. What do you think? I know it is such a difficult question. So much to wrap your brain around. Sometimes I do think about adoption. It would relieve alot of stress. And then If I got PG later, then would be wounderful. Where do you sit with this stuff? Have you ever thought of this, or do you simply want to concieve your own baby?
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