Just when I thought it was safe to come out of my isolative hole - BAM! My friend confirms her pregnancy, due only 3 weeks before me. They've been trying a long time, so I'm really quite happy for them, but it still hurts. I suspected her pregnancy awhile ago and had daydreams about comparing bumps, having our kids be the same age, etc. In fact, at our wedding, her hubby joked about all of us having kids together. So close. We've both been trying for 18 months so the struggle to conceive was another bonding experience for us (although she had not progessed to IVF like me). Having the kids at the same time was, I guess, too much to ask?? I thought I was keeping it together but now I'm completely unglued. I just want to move on!
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