Evergreen- Loving my girls Dylan age8, Ava age 4 and baby Georgia (6/3/11).
I think having had a baby boy myself, and seeing how perfect he is intact, and knowing how much pain circ causes,and how much physical and sexual damage, I want to spare other baby boys I know or will know that pain.
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When she had her daughter and I had my son, we had invited each other to the hospital to see the babies the day after the births. With her son, I got no invite because that was his "surgery" day. I was at work on that day and felt very sad for the little guy.
Good luck with your friend, I hope you do better than how I did with mine.
|I know EXACTLY what you are talking about. I go through those feelings whenever I learn someone I know is expecting a boy(or if they don't know the sex).|
My feelings of her being a half heartedly trying, giving up the first week type breastfeeder was bad enough when I found out he was PG again. This on top of it makes me so sad. She is very much a follower and will probably not take in one sentence I say about it.
I know it isn't right to obsess like this, but I can't help but envision her poor baby being hurt and robbed of his full body. I think the obsession has a little to do w/ the fact that there is still time to do something. The damage has not yet been done. I feel like there is still a chance to change their minds. Then after they go ahead and still have it done, I can't help but judge them. :
|Originally posted by Gr8flmom
I don't think it is healthy to obsess over someone else's unborn child like this.