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1/1/2020 - Baby News

I told myself I wouldn't do this but in the end I thought "fuck it, why not?".

On the first day of the first month of the year 2020, my beautiful little girl will be getting what she's always wanted, a sibling. And she is so excited about that. In fact, she couldn't wait to tell my husband about it. Now, I must point out that he already knew. This is, after all, his baby. In fact, it's going to his first. And I know that he considers Emily to be his actual daughter and she definitely considers him to be her father but she was already in school before they met. So this will be his first experience with a baby. And I can already see him starting to lose it, lol. He's falling apart, the poor thing. He's always pretty protective of me and my daughter but now he's kind of kicked into overdrive. Just yesterday some guy didn't hold the door for me at the doctors office and I thought my husband was going to snap him in half. Like I said, the nerves are getting the better of him.

But anyway, I'm rambling. The reason for this post is not to announce that I'm pregnant or tell you how excited my daughter is or to tell you about how my husband threatened to beat a man to death. The purpose for this post is to ask a favour.

As some of you may know, I have one daughter. One or two of you may also know that before that, I had one son. But there were complications with the pregnancy and he only lived for a few hours. And that was the single worst moment of my life. In fact, I tried more than once to END my life after that. Thankfully, soon afterwards, Emily came along and saved me. But I know I would not survive a second time. So, as you probably all know, I'm not a religious person. I don't believe in God, spirits or anything else. But I know that several of my friends here in Prince-land do. So, regardless of whatever God you believe in, I would be very grateful if you could possibly fit in a little prayer for me next time. It would mean a lot to me to know that someone out there cares.

Also, I'm taking suggestions for baby names. smile
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Reply #1 posted 07/05/19 12:01pm

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Congratulations!
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Reply #2 posted 07/05/19 12:06pm

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My birthday is in the beginning of January. You will have a Capricorn baby. 😃 what is your Sun Sign?
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Reply #3 posted 07/05/19 12:19pm

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Reply #4 posted 07/05/19 12:47pm

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Dalia11 said:

My birthday is in the beginning of January. You will have a Capricorn baby. 😃 what is your Sun Sign?


I don't know. My birthday is 27th April though, if that helps.
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Reply #5 posted 07/05/19 1:51pm

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That's awesome. Congratulations!
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Reply #6 posted 07/05/19 2:04pm

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You are a Taurus. Taurus, Capricorn and Virgo are the earth signs. We have similar personality traits. Practical, dependable, career oriented, loyal. Because your birthday month is in April you have some Aries tendencies. You are creative, fond of beauty, can be stubborn at times. You are persistent,
Security oriented, budget finances well. Some general traits of Taurus.

My Moon is in Taurus so I have some Taurus traits and can be stubborn at times.
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Reply #7 posted 07/05/19 2:15pm

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I study, astrology, numerology, spiritual subjects.

Usually when a miscarriage happens there is an abnormality with the fetus. When the babies die early it is because they are not ready to live be born again. That is the spiritual perspective. Other times a health issue can be the cause.
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Reply #8 posted 07/05/19 2:18pm

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That is fantastic news Emma!! Congratulations!!!

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Reply #9 posted 07/05/19 2:59pm

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Hopefully to amuse you.

https://youtu.be/5Vn93ZfBOwE


*sigh* features are forever changing.
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Reply #10 posted 07/05/19 4:09pm

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woot! Congrats!

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Reply #11 posted 07/05/19 4:52pm

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clapping dancing jig woot! batman

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Reply #12 posted 07/05/19 7:28pm

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Congratulations on the upcoming bundle of joy. hug And it's okay to believe in a power greater than yourself that created the universe that doesn't have to conform to rigid religious riutals. Most people call it God, Allah, or whatever name their upbringing gave to them, but it can also be called the universe, source energy, the void, etc., but I will pray for the universe to bless you and your family.

BTW, I don't know if you have any family or cultural preferences, but since this is a Prince site, maybe you call your baby Nate (if it's a boy). Or if it's a girl you can call her Vanity, Appolonia, Delores, or Annie Christian.

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Reply #13 posted 07/05/19 11:34pm

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Congrats woot!


Names?? well the name Paisley comes to mind.

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Reply #14 posted 07/06/19 12:51am

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Congratulations! party

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Emma, I went through a lot of losses between my oldest son and my second child. There are 15 1/2 years between them. When I got pregnant with my second son, I spent the entire pregnancy worried that I was going to lose him. But he was born just as healthy as could be. In fact, he graduated from high school this year and will be going to The Citadel this fall.

Most of my losses were early, but I had lost a daughter later in pregnancy, and when I discovered that my youngest was a girl, I was terrified the rest of the pregnancy, afraid that I would lose her too. But she's here, she's sassy, and she and I bump heads constantly. She'll be 16 in February. I didn't get to enjoy my last two pregnancies because I spent the pregnancies terrified of what might happen.

You've got this, Emma. Enjoy each moment of your pregnancy. I know the fear can be overwhelming, but relax and let your husband pamper you. Talk to him, too. I know it's his first child (my second son was my husband's first child too), but don't hide what you are feeling from him, if you do start worrying, or get scared, let him know. And if you ever want to talk, you can send me an orgnote, too. I'll be keeping you and your new bundle of joy in my thoughts and prayers.

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Reply #16 posted 07/06/19 7:59am

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EmmaMcG said:

I told myself I wouldn't do this but in the end I thought "fuck it, why not?". On the first day of the first month of the year 2020, my beautiful little girl will be getting what she's always wanted, a sibling. And she is so excited about that. In fact, she couldn't wait to tell my husband about it. Now, I must point out that he already knew. This is, after all, his baby. In fact, it's going to his first. And I know that he considers Emily to be his actual daughter and she definitely considers him to be her father but she was already in school before they met. So this will be his first experience with a baby. And I can already see him starting to lose it, lol. He's falling apart, the poor thing. He's always pretty protective of me and my daughter but now he's kind of kicked into overdrive. Just yesterday some guy didn't hold the door for me at the doctors office and I thought my husband was going to snap him in half. Like I said, the nerves are getting the better of him. But anyway, I'm rambling. The reason for this post is not to announce that I'm pregnant or tell you how excited my daughter is or to tell you about how my husband threatened to beat a man to death. The purpose for this post is to ask a favour. As some of you may know, I have one daughter. One or two of you may also know that before that, I had one son. But there were complications with the pregnancy and he only lived for a few hours. And that was the single worst moment of my life. In fact, I tried more than once to END my life after that. Thankfully, soon afterwards, Emily came along and saved me. But I know I would not survive a second time. So, as you probably all know, I'm not a religious person. I don't believe in God, spirits or anything else. But I know that several of my friends here in Prince-land do. So, regardless of whatever God you believe in, I would be very grateful if you could possibly fit in a little prayer for me next time. It would mean a lot to me to know that someone out there cares. Also, I'm taking suggestions for baby names. smile

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CONGRATULATIONS! As you know, I am very religious and I'll keep you and your family in my prayers constantly.

As for names, I only have one piece of advice: whatever name you choose, your child will be forever grateful if it's not one they have to spell the rest of their life. I know names like "Cyndiey" look cute but I also know that about 10 years in, spelling "C-Y-N-D-I-E-Y" to every single teacher or person you meet gets REALLY tiring.

One other thing - I recommend strongly considering NOT finding out the sex before birth. I know everyone wants to know early, but think about it. This is the one surprise in life that is absolutely guaranteed to be good. Plus, it's a load of fun having everyone play their guessing games until the birth.

And for daddy, I can promise you that NOTHING is more awesome than running into the hospital waiting room and shouting out "IT'S A _____!" to the gathered family and friends. I did it twice, and no one will ever forget that moment.

But again, congratulations!

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[Edited 7/6/19 8:27am]

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Reply #18 posted 07/06/19 8:45am

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benni said:

Emma, I went through a lot of losses between my oldest son and my second child. There are 15 1/2 years between them. When I got pregnant with my second son, I spent the entire pregnancy worried that I was going to lose him. But he was born just as healthy as could be. In fact, he graduated from high school this year and will be going to The Citadel this fall.

Most of my losses were early, but I had lost a daughter later in pregnancy, and when I discovered that my youngest was a girl, I was terrified the rest of the pregnancy, afraid that I would lose her too. But she's here, she's sassy, and she and I bump heads constantly. She'll be 16 in February. I didn't get to enjoy my last two pregnancies because I spent the pregnancies terrified of what might happen.

You've got this, Emma. Enjoy each moment of your pregnancy. I know the fear can be overwhelming, but relax and let your husband pamper you. Talk to him, too. I know it's his first child (my second son was my husband's first child too), but don't hide what you are feeling from him, if you do start worrying, or get scared, let him know. And if you ever want to talk, you can send me an orgnote, too. I'll be keeping you and your new bundle of joy in my thoughts and prayers.



Thanks very much Benni. It's nice to hear that your kids are doing well. I might hit you up with an orgNote or 3 as the months roll on. I'm pretty scared now but it's nothing I can't handle. For now, anyway. Daniel, my husband, is a lot more worried than I am though. Not so much for the baby, I think he's just scared of anything happening to me. Like I said, he's generally very protective of me and my daughter so I can only imagine what must be going through his head now. I try to take his mind off it by telling him to think about names. If it's a girl, he can name her. But if it's a boy, he's mine! So far, all he's come up with is Hannah. Which is also my cousin's name. My cousin, who lives with us. Hey, it's not original but I do like the name.
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Reply #19 posted 07/06/19 8:52am

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RodeoSchro said:

CONGRATULATIONS! As you know, I am very religious and I'll keep you and your family in my prayers constantly.

As for names, I only have one piece of advice: whatever name you choose, your child will be forever grateful if it's not one they have to spell the rest of their life. I know names like "Cyndiey" look cute but I also know that about 10 years in, spelling "C-Y-N-D-I-E-Y" to every single teacher or person you meet gets REALLY tiring.

One other thing - I recommend strongly considering NOT finding out the sex before birth. I know everyone wants to know early, but think about it. This is the one surprise in life that is absolutely guaranteed to be good. Plus, it's a load of fun having everyone play their guessing games until the birth.

And for daddy, I can promise you that NOTHING is more awesome than running into the hospital waiting room and shouting out "IT'S A _____!" to the gathered family and friends. I did it twice, and no one will ever forget that moment.

But again, congratulations!

.

[Edited 7/6/19 8:27am]



We've already decided that we don't want to know the sex of the baby until he or she is born. I'm fine either way, boy or girl. Doesn't matter to me. Other than if it's a girl, then we'll probably have another at some point in the future. But if it's a boy, we might just end it there with one of each.

As far as names go, he's actually pretty set on Hannah. Which I'm fine with. It's my cousin's name and I love her like a sister so that's OK. I'm not sure what I'd call a boy, though. Something Prince-related would be kind of cool but I can't think of anything that would fit.
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Reply #20 posted 07/06/19 9:33am

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EmmaMcG said:

RodeoSchro said:

CONGRATULATIONS! As you know, I am very religious and I'll keep you and your family in my prayers constantly.

As for names, I only have one piece of advice: whatever name you choose, your child will be forever grateful if it's not one they have to spell the rest of their life. I know names like "Cyndiey" look cute but I also know that about 10 years in, spelling "C-Y-N-D-I-E-Y" to every single teacher or person you meet gets REALLY tiring.

One other thing - I recommend strongly considering NOT finding out the sex before birth. I know everyone wants to know early, but think about it. This is the one surprise in life that is absolutely guaranteed to be good. Plus, it's a load of fun having everyone play their guessing games until the birth.

And for daddy, I can promise you that NOTHING is more awesome than running into the hospital waiting room and shouting out "IT'S A _____!" to the gathered family and friends. I did it twice, and no one will ever forget that moment.

But again, congratulations!

.

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We've already decided that we don't want to know the sex of the baby until he or she is born. I'm fine either way, boy or girl. Doesn't matter to me. Other than if it's a girl, then we'll probably have another at some point in the future. But if it's a boy, we might just end it there with one of each. As far as names go, he's actually pretty set on Hannah. Which I'm fine with. It's my cousin's name and I love her like a sister so that's OK. I'm not sure what I'd call a boy, though. Something Prince-related would be kind of cool but I can't think of anything that would fit.



Hmmm, boy Prince names are wide open. "Victor" came to mind but the possibilities are numerous. Hey! you could go both Prince AND "Seinfeld" and name a boy "Seven"!

When our second child was born, we were sure it would be another boy. My wife was certain of it. She came from a family of all girls, and figured she'd have all boys. And sure enough, the first child was a boy.

So when Child #2 was born, we were COMPLETELY surprised she was a she. The doctor asked us what her name was and believe it or not, we didn't know! Or rather, I had one name in mind and my wife had another - both of which we replied with when asked the name. So, we had a vote and my wife won; final tally was 1 - 1.

I'll readily admit that my wife's name really fits our daughter.

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Reply #21 posted 07/06/19 10:07am

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EmmaMcG said:

I told myself I wouldn't do this but in the end I thought "fuck it, why not?".

Yeah, we all do this, and then melt away biggrin

About your Hannah name, don't do it, they're evil. My wife's one lol

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Reply #22 posted 07/06/19 10:23am

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RodeoSchro said:



EmmaMcG said:


RodeoSchro said:

CONGRATULATIONS! As you know, I am very religious and I'll keep you and your family in my prayers constantly.

As for names, I only have one piece of advice: whatever name you choose, your child will be forever grateful if it's not one they have to spell the rest of their life. I know names like "Cyndiey" look cute but I also know that about 10 years in, spelling "C-Y-N-D-I-E-Y" to every single teacher or person you meet gets REALLY tiring.

One other thing - I recommend strongly considering NOT finding out the sex before birth. I know everyone wants to know early, but think about it. This is the one surprise in life that is absolutely guaranteed to be good. Plus, it's a load of fun having everyone play their guessing games until the birth.

And for daddy, I can promise you that NOTHING is more awesome than running into the hospital waiting room and shouting out "IT'S A _____!" to the gathered family and friends. I did it twice, and no one will ever forget that moment.

But again, congratulations!

.


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We've already decided that we don't want to know the sex of the baby until he or she is born. I'm fine either way, boy or girl. Doesn't matter to me. Other than if it's a girl, then we'll probably have another at some point in the future. But if it's a boy, we might just end it there with one of each. As far as names go, he's actually pretty set on Hannah. Which I'm fine with. It's my cousin's name and I love her like a sister so that's OK. I'm not sure what I'd call a boy, though. Something Prince-related would be kind of cool but I can't think of anything that would fit.



Hmmm, boy Prince names are wide open. "Victor" came to mind but the possibilities are numerous. Hey! you could go both Prince AND "Seinfeld" and name a boy "Seven"!

When our second child was born, we were sure it would be another boy. My wife was certain of it. She came from a family of all girls, and figured she'd have all boys. And sure enough, the first child was a boy.

So when Child #2 was born, we were COMPLETELY surprised she was a she. The doctor asked us what her name was and believe it or not, we didn't know! Or rather, I had one name in mind and my wife had another - both of which we replied with when asked the name. So, we had a vote and my wife won; final tally was 1 - 1.

I'll readily admit that my wife's name really fits our daughter.



Knowing my luck, if I wanted to go with Seven, I'd end up with Soda.
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TheFman said:



EmmaMcG said:


I told myself I wouldn't do this but in the end I thought "fuck it, why not?".


Yeah, we all do this, and then melt away biggrin



About your Hannah name, don't do it, they're evil. My wife's one lol



LOL, but Hannah (my cousin) is so nice! And I'm sure your wife is too. I mean, you did marry her. When it comes to girls names, I can't really be trusted. I named my daughter Emily. It didn't even occur to me that it was similar to my own name. And now everyone thinks I did it on purpose. My husband said it was due to my massive ego biggrin
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EmmaMcG said:

benni said:


You've got this, Emma. Enjoy each moment of your pregnancy. I know the fear can be overwhelming, but relax and let your husband pamper you. Talk to him, too. I know it's his first child (my second son was my husband's first child too), but don't hide what you are feeling from him, if you do start worrying, or get scared, let him know. And if you ever want to talk, you can send me an orgnote, too. I'll be keeping you and your new bundle of joy in my thoughts and prayers.

Thanks very much Benni. It's nice to hear that your kids are doing well. I might hit you up with an orgNote or 3 as the months roll on. I'm pretty scared now but it's nothing I can't handle. For now, anyway. Daniel, my husband, is a lot more worried than I am though. Not so much for the baby, I think he's just scared of anything happening to me. Like I said, he's generally very protective of me and my daughter so I can only imagine what must be going through his head now. I try to take his mind off it by telling him to think about names. If it's a girl, he can name her. But if it's a boy, he's mine! So far, all he's come up with is Hannah. Which is also my cousin's name. My cousin, who lives with us. Hey, it's not original but I do like the name.


That fear is really something but I'm glad you are handling right now. And I understand your husband being afraid, mine was too because pregnancy was a risk for me, too, but when I needed him during my pregnancies, to support me, he was able to put aside his own fear and be there for me. He knew how stressed I was, how worried. He'd come home, when I was pregnant with my second son, and find me lying on the couch, holding my stomach, and crying (the fear was that big). You both will need each other through this and just don't be afraid to let him know even though you know how scared he is, too. I think, as women, when the people we love are scared, sad, hurt, whatever, we tend to put our feelings on hold to help them with theirs. Don't do that through this, okay? And anytime you want to talk, I'm here.

Congratulations, btw! I know it's scary, but it's exciting too! Can't wait for you to post pictures of your new little Hannah, or "Prince". wink

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benni said:



EmmaMcG said:


benni said:


You've got this, Emma. Enjoy each moment of your pregnancy. I know the fear can be overwhelming, but relax and let your husband pamper you. Talk to him, too. I know it's his first child (my second son was my husband's first child too), but don't hide what you are feeling from him, if you do start worrying, or get scared, let him know. And if you ever want to talk, you can send me an orgnote, too. I'll be keeping you and your new bundle of joy in my thoughts and prayers.



Thanks very much Benni. It's nice to hear that your kids are doing well. I might hit you up with an orgNote or 3 as the months roll on. I'm pretty scared now but it's nothing I can't handle. For now, anyway. Daniel, my husband, is a lot more worried than I am though. Not so much for the baby, I think he's just scared of anything happening to me. Like I said, he's generally very protective of me and my daughter so I can only imagine what must be going through his head now. I try to take his mind off it by telling him to think about names. If it's a girl, he can name her. But if it's a boy, he's mine! So far, all he's come up with is Hannah. Which is also my cousin's name. My cousin, who lives with us. Hey, it's not original but I do like the name.


That fear is really something but I'm glad you are handling right now. And I understand your husband being afraid, mine was too because pregnancy was a risk for me, too, but when I needed him during my pregnancies, to support me, he was able to put aside his own fear and be there for me. He knew how stressed I was, how worried. He'd come home, when I was pregnant with my second son, and find me lying on the couch, holding my stomach, and crying (the fear was that big). You both will need each other through this and just don't be afraid to let him know even though you know how scared he is, too. I think, as women, when the people we love are scared, sad, hurt, whatever, we tend to put our feelings on hold to help them with theirs. Don't do that through this, okay? And anytime you want to talk, I'm here.

Congratulations, btw! I know it's scary, but it's exciting too! Can't wait for you to post pictures of your new little Hannah, or "Prince". wink



Imagine if I called him Prince. My husband would hit the roof, hahaha.

Thanks for your advice and I apologise in advance for bugging you over the next few months biggrin
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Reply #26 posted 07/06/19 1:13pm

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EmmaMcG said:

I told myself I wouldn't do this but in the end I thought "fuck it, why not?".

On the first day of the first month of the year 2020, my beautiful little girl will be getting what she's always wanted, a sibling. And she is so excited about that. In fact, she couldn't wait to tell my husband about it. Now, I must point out that he already knew. This is, after all, his baby. In fact, it's going to his first. And I know that he considers Emily to be his actual daughter and she definitely considers him to be her father but she was already in school before they met. So this will be his first experience with a baby. And I can already see him starting to lose it, lol. He's falling apart, the poor thing. He's always pretty protective of me and my daughter but now he's kind of kicked into overdrive. Just yesterday some guy didn't hold the door for me at the doctors office and I thought my husband was going to snap him in half. Like I said, the nerves are getting the better of him.

But anyway, I'm rambling. The reason for this post is not to announce that I'm pregnant or tell you how excited my daughter is or to tell you about how my husband threatened to beat a man to death. The purpose for this post is to ask a favour.

As some of you may know, I have one daughter. One or two of you may also know that before that, I had one son. But there were complications with the pregnancy and he only lived for a few hours. And that was the single worst moment of my life. In fact, I tried more than once to END my life after that. Thankfully, soon afterwards, Emily came along and saved me. But I know I would not survive a second time. So, as you probably all know, I'm not a religious person. I don't believe in God, spirits or anything else. But I know that several of my friends here in Prince-land do. So, regardless of whatever God you believe in, I would be very grateful if you could possibly fit in a little prayer for me next time. It would mean a lot to me to know that someone out there cares.


Also, I'm taking suggestions for baby names. smile


Congratulations Emma. I hope you have a safe delivery and a healthy baby. Best wishes.
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Reply #27 posted 07/07/19 10:25am

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Paisley would be a great girl's name. biggrin

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Paisley would be a great girl's name. biggrin



I do like that name but unfortunately it's also the name of my friend's cat.
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Reply #29 posted 07/07/19 7:22pm

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PennyPurple said:

Paisley would be a great girl's name. biggrin


I already said that hammer

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