In a way I agree with you, when I saw this group I thought I can come on here and not see people who already had kids complaining about not being able to have more. DH and I are at a point in our TTC journey that it does irritate me a little to know that someone is on here complaining about not being able to conceive a third when it's been 2 years and 2 MC's and heart break after heart break for us and I am sure a lot of other people on here. People need to understand that yes it is frustrating for us to read that someone is complaining about not conceiving a third, but I also see where we have to try to understand them in their struggles. Also they need to understand how their complaints could offend or irritate our very sensitive selves in this roller coaster of a journey. If I just had 1 I would be so grateful and feel sooooo very blessed.View Thread
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