I was just at my sister's baby shower today. There were so many young ones at the party. A lot of friends at work are pregnant and/or have kids. I got really scared because I get so fatigued. I held a 5 1/2 month old baby for 5 minutes and I was sooo tired. I work 30 hours a week and it takes a toll on my body. I don't feel like I have anything to give at home and my husband says "how can we have a baby if you can't even take care of yourself" At this time we can't afford to have me not work, but I might work part-time to see if I can get my body feeling better. I would love so much to have a baby someday but am so scared. Anybody been in that situation? What was your outcome? Thanks
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