Hi, this is my first post, so bear with me on the background! I have one daughter (18 months old) and DH and I have been trying to have number 2 since Feb, when I got my Mirena out. I had no problems with it, but after how long it took us to conceive DD (a year, miscarriage, then 7 more months), we decided to start trying a little early. Well, it's been 9 months, which I know really isn't that long in comparison to some, but living in Georgia, I feel like all I see are pregnant women! My Mom used to joke that she could say the word pregnant and it would happen, and my sister got pg on the pill! Needless to say, I feel like I have no one to talk to about my situation, and I'm starting to get depressed (not clinical, but just down)--I mean, the only thing people in my life can say is, "I'm sure it will happen soon," which is nice, but they just don't get it. I'm sure the stress isn't helping, so does anybody have any advice on how to NOT think about babies and being pg when you're surrounded by them everywhere you go?? I count my blessings several times a day and squeeze my sweet baby girl whenever I get down, but what else can I do?
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