This never once crossed my mind but my husband asked me last night and now I wonder....if any of you have used any kind of IF treatment do you plan to share that with your child? If so how much and when? I have shared it with family and friends but never thought much about "telling" our little boy...if it came up I would talk about it freely with him but wonder if having a discussion will make it an issue when is should not be. I was adopted as a baby and my parents just worked it into life as an every day fact and we never had a "talk" so to say...it is just something I have always known. I was sorta thinking along these lines for our little one but my husband thinks we should just ignore it unless it comes up. My worry is that it very well might and then it might make him feel different and I do not want that...sorry to ramble-just seeing both sides of it! Any thoughts?
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