Yes, I bought one in preparation for my 2nd child due birth in 5 weeks. I haven't obviously taken it out with two children yet, but my 4-year old daughter loves the practice sessions and it seems really good. I got a really good deal on-line and can't wait to use it with the baby moses basket underneath.
It's been a long time since I've been on (2nd miscarriage in Feb) and I wanted to say congrats to all of you who are now pregnant again - I pray that you are all okay.
I am also so sorry to hear of those of you that have had problems and are new to the site.
I am desparate to find out if anyone else is having real problems with their husband/partner as a result of their miscarriage(s)? One minute my husband was keen to have another child (Livvy is now 3), and now we are on the verge of separation because his says I'm always so negative. The trouble is, this makes me even sadder and it's a vicious circle. I end up crying a lot and don't know where to turn as my feelings for him haven't changed at all. This time it's not just petty arguments, but I beleive we are only holding on by the skin of our teeth. It's not fighting about wanting to have another baby, but how the miscarriages, etc. have affected me. He cannot even say the word 'love' anymore and all these little things tear me apart.
I have been away for a couple of weeks, after trying to get away from everything and 'get back to normal' and have been reading all of your messages.
I am so sorry to hear about the further losses (Michelle, Yvonne, etc.) and my heart goes out to you all.
Michelle - my first baby that miscarried was due in April too so I know it's a particularly tender time - they were due on my birthday and I never will be able to forget that. But I too have a lovely little girl who was 3 in March (Olivia), and that keeps me going. I also miscarried in February this year but never want to give up trying and we are starting again ...
I am thinking of you all and hope that everyone gets pregnant again soon + those that are now have lots of good health.
Congrats Sarah and Est, and good luck to everyone else.
Last week my 2nd mc 3 weeks ago suddenly seemed so insignificant as a good friend found out that her best friend died suddenly due to complications arising from pneumonia on Weds - she was only 34 and has 2 lovely children. It was totally unexpected.
Suddenly she needs my support more than I need hers - does that sound wierd? I don't want to talk to her about my 'sadness' any more as she is really upset (quite rightly). Life is so unfair sometimes.