"Your right, I guess after 3 miscarriage i get be immature when it comes to having a baby..its just an emotional thing. but yes o does take alot of planning and stability to life to be sure bout having a baby or even a car or dog lol I am..."
"No rush I just the week after the last time we had intercourse we had sex in my fertile time. Ive always will always want a baby. Yes our relationship isnt the best and yes having a baby would not make things any better but if it happens..."
Just a quick note to say hi! Im glad my journal gave you hope and helped. Try your best not to worry but i know its easier said then done. Ive had 2 miscarriage in the last year and ive so far made it past the point where i lost my babies. Im always here if you need to talk or have questions.
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