Tonight I went to my Bunco group, although we never play Bunco. I have a few friends there that have had fertility issues. One has triplets and two have twins. A few of us chatted until 1:30 AM. My husband called, obviously upset at the late hour. He doesn't understand what I've been through. He's never carried a child. I know he wants me to "get over it" and move on but I don''t understand how he can move past this so quickly. Sometimes I feel like I can't talk to him about it. I feel like he thinks I'm dwelling on it and not ready to pursue adoption. I know I won't be happy until I have a child and I know that an adoption won't likely go through for probably at least a year.
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