So one of my friends decided a couple of years ago one of the rudest questions to ask is "when are you going to have a baby?" I didn't think much of it at the time, but I have come to agree with her. Now that we have one child (turns two next week) we are constantly getting "so when are you having another?" or "you need to have another" etc. This really hurts right now only 5 weeks after my miscarriage. How do you deal with this? My only response so far has been to shrug and say "we'll see". I honestly don't know if I want another, ours is such a handful and I'm ready to go back to school or have a real job (I want to be at home until he starts school). Plus with the pain of the miscarriage and finding some medical issues, I don't know if I want to risk another loss.
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