Announcement of pregnancy and birth following assisted reproductive treatment.
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Yes I have to admit to having a cry, the kids have finally got high chairs and when for the first time Dh, Jacob, Amelia and I sat round the table all having our first family meal, it was all to much!!! silly me.
And I have just found that our 7 embies have been accepted for donation, which fills me with such joy that someone else will get the chance to feel the joy I feel every day.
Hope everyone is well and looking after those bumps (and babies).
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Pleased to hear Jacob and Amelia are enjoying dinner at the table with mummy and daddy even if you were crying!!!! I seem to do it on a regular basis!!!!!!
Callum and Maddi are now eight months old and time seems to have gone so quick it still feels like yesterday I was injecting. There is a huge difference between my two with Callum being the first at everything, must be a man thing!!!!
We too have had our six embies accepted for donation and we go to Kings on Saturday to sign the final papers!!! I am very nervous and a little sad to be giving them up but I know that our family is complete and if I can give somebody the chance of having what I have that I will have made everything worthwhile!!!!!
Good luck on your next try, I sure it will be a success!!!!!
Emma, Callum and Maddi xx
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it is so wonderful that you both are willing to share such wonderful gifts.
our clinic in spokane is still waiting for someone to do this .
this truly takes loving and caring people to do this.
i am all so very happy that your families are doing so great.
we just adopted our foster son this morning. he was ear to ear grin
and so where we.
any way i just wanted you both to know
that i am very thankful
we werent blessed with our babies to raise here but we our blessed with our grandaughter
and all of our many adopted and foster children that touch our lives
and i am glad to add that our 6th grandchild will be born this spring!!!!
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What a sweet post...well, can't imagine family dinners yet..but I'm sure that it'll come soon enough!
Carry on enjoying your kids!
Hope you get the emails with the pics of my kids!
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mags how are you hunnie?? not seen you on here in ages.
its sooo nice when they share dinner with you....jack went for a meal with us a few weeks ago and he ate chips salade and pieces of my chicken ,
thats the first time we had been out in the evening as a family for dinner
hope the tweenies are being little angels for you.
becky good to see your now a foster mum. good luck to you xx
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That was such a sweet post to read, its scary really where the time is going. Alex is just over 6 months old and he is into everything but on the other hand I am quite sad because he is growing up and won't be a baby for much longer, mind he will always be my baby but I just want him to stay small forever.