I can not tell my family anything! My husband's family is very supportive and awseome! My husband is great. When we lost our little girl, we had so much support for his family. My family does not live in our area so I understand it is hard for them to be here all the time, however when we lost Holly they broke down and made it much harder on me and my husband. My grandmother (who I love to death) kept telling me not to try again and to just adopt! While I have nothing against adoption that is not what we wanted to do and this is while I was in the hospital getting ready to deliver my sleeping baby girl. It was just awful. Now my husband's family was great! My mother in law stayed in the room with us the whole time and she and my husband were right at my side everytime I woke up. When I found out I was pregnant I told my husband and mother in law right away and then I decided to wait until I was due to tell my family because I know how negative they are and they will only stress me out. It's just awful because I'd really like to be able to talk to them, but I can't. It just sucks! Anyway, thanks for listening - I'm just venting!
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