My best friend just had her second baby this morning.  I am happy for her but can't stop crying.  Why is it so easy for some people?  So tonight I get to visit her and go to the same hospital where I was exactly 12 weeks ago today.  It is going to be hard for my husband and I to see her and her live baby.  God I miss my son.

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deleted_user
deleted_user

Take it easy and don\'t push yourself. If you don\'t feel like you can do this, than she should understand why you can\'t make it there. Maybe wait until she goes home to go see the baby. Put yourself first. (((HUGS))) Andrea
deleted_user
deleted_user

I agree with Andrea. Don\'t push yourself! My best friend is due a week after I was and I\'m so scared to visit when she has the baby. I\'m trying to prepare, but I don\'t think we ever can be really prepared. Sending lots of prayers your way today. Hugs, mandy
deleted_user
deleted_user

I agree with them. Don\'t push yourself. If the hospital is too hard wait till they get home. I\'m dredding get the call when my cousin\'s baby arrives in a few more weeks. I know I\'m going to have a really hard time with it since she shows little consideration to my feelings when I talk to her. HUGS to you and your hubby, Andrea
bjejvj
bjejvj

I\'m a little late but I\'m with the others. If you\'re REALLY not up for it, don\'t force yourself to visit them just yet. My friend had her 4th baby over 5 months after Victoria passed and it still took me a month to suck it up and call her. Thank God she lives a few states away cause at least that gave me an excuse to not go see her. If she\'s your best friend then she\'ll understand. But if you do end up going I hope its a good visit for you and maybe helps in your healing.
EELC
EELC

You are so strong to even consider going. I don\'t know what you ended up doing, but don\'t push yourself to do anything you can\'t handle. Faking a cold is an excellent way to avoid a newborn without hurting anyone\'s feelings.

*hugs*