I get so frustrated when people look at me like I am crazy. I almost got in a fight with my SIL today. SHe is having a barbeque tonight and is inviting her friend who just had a baby. This friend found out a month before me she was pregnant and was due a month before me. With timelines I connect my pregnancy to hers and seeing her baby I told my SIL would be to had right now. (He was born a week ago and my due date was APRIL 15th). I know she does not understand and she finally admitted that but why does it have to be so hard to eplain to people that seeing a baby is difficult. You can act like everything is okay, but inside it feels like I am being crushed. Normally I am okay now but becuase our pregnancies were so close I would find this harder as it would remind and has been of what I should have in a month. SHe finally admitted she would not understand but was okay with it, but I felt selfish in the end. AHHHHHHH!! Why does this have to be so hard. Why do people not understand that just becuase we did not actually give birth and loose a child we could physically touch or see we have still lost a child...
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