We are due March 25 2013! Super excited as well. TTC for a little under a year but couldnt be happier!! I have a 3yr old daughter and she doesnt understand much about it but Im sure she will be just as happy since she is a sweetheart!! We are going to find out what we are having only because we did with our first baby and I like to be prepared! Good Luck to you! Started the first week of my fifth month today and couldnt be more excited!!View Thread
I agree, Dr's these days immediately offer medication rather than a shoulder to cry on for a bit. I feel for you and pray that things will get better for you quickly! But you have a right to be upset as well! The only advice I can really offer is to do your best to overcome the decision that was made at work, its not healthy for you or the baby! I worked during my first pregnancy until I was 8 months and then they started to do remodeling and there was toxic fumes that I knew I couldnt be around. The supervisor didnt want to be lienient with me and allow me to work in a different area so I had to resign from the job. I felt it was a decision that needed to be made in order to keep from harming my baby. Anyway, I hope you find some sort of comfort soon! -ErinView Thread
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