Out of all of my friends I have the most children, some have none, and for some reason we all became pregnant within a matter of 6 months (maybe something in the water). Although I am grateful for my children (I have 3) I feel like they think that I shouldn't be as hurt because I already have kids. I don't think they understand that this was my child too, and even though I couldn't see or touch him/her I still loved my baby. I have had 6 miscarriages and they never get easier.This time was even harder because this was the farthest I had ever come before a miscarriage. It is hard to believe that out of five of my closest friends four are pregnant and the other just got engaged and is planning her wedding. I am happy for them all but I know it will hurt to hear them talk about development with their babies and watch their tummy's grow, knowing that mine should have to. And I do have a bit of resentment, but only because I feel they think my pain should be less because I already have children and some of them don't.
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