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JayLA!! Due August 3; Japan 66 posts
20th May '12
Quoting Jennybananna:" I mean lets think about this rationally two mothers delivery lets say at 28 weeks one baby survives one ... [snip!] ... no idea what they are talking about. Knowing that you experienced a loss helps me understand why it would irritate you so much."


haha i guess ive been telling my story backwards.... hadnt really expected anyone to respond either..... a lot of things that i brushed off previously tend to irritate me nowdays..

Libertarian ♥ 19 kids; San Antonio, Texas 17690 posts
20th May '12
Quoting JayLA!!:" you know why im so sensitive? because my baby is no longer alive.... anger issues? you f**king bet."


That's fine. But don't take it out on people that don't deserve it.

JayLA!! Due August 3; Japan 66 posts
20th May '12
Quoting Libertarian ♥:" That's fine. But don't take it out on people that don't deserve it."


then dont post...simple...

Libertarian ♥ 19 kids; San Antonio, Texas 17690 posts
20th May '12
Quoting JayLA!!:" haha i guess ive been telling my story backwards.... hadnt really expected anyone to respond either..... a lot of things that i brushed off previously tend to irritate me nowdays.."


Go get counseling.



Losing a baby doesn't give you an excuse to be a raging b***h to every one. It sounds good in theory, and we'd all like to think it's a good reason, but it's not.



It's a shitty thing that no one deserves to have happen to them. But that doesn't make the suffering of other mothers any less.



It does make them appear crass if they know that your baby died and they still try to tell you they know how you feel. Until you lose a child, you have no idea what losing a child feels like.

Libertarian ♥ 19 kids; San Antonio, Texas 17690 posts
20th May '12
Quoting JayLA!!:" then dont post...simple..."


Losing a child is not an excuse to be an a*****e.

Lili's and Adri's mom 2 kids; egg harbor city, nj, United States 3286 posts
20th May '12
Quoting Libertarian ♥:" All parents experience pain and stress if their child is premature. It's asnine to think that just ... [snip!] ... else's that you some how are "allowed" to be more upset. I've never heard anyone ever 'compare' children, except you..."


:!::!:

Sheldons&Olivia'sMummyXx Due May 14 (girl); 2 kids; 1 angel baby; Bunbury, WA, Australia 427 posts
20th May '12

my son sheldon was born at 38 weeks and when he came out only weighing 2.5kg the doctors said they must of got my dates wrong and he must of been 4 weeks early instead of two.

but even having him two weeks early by dates was stressfull he had a nasogastric tube for a week then three days before we were due home he got real bad jaundice making our hospital stay two weeks.

its not just premmie babies that have problems and parents of every baby born get stressed.

Jillbill4 2 kids; 584 posts
20th May '12

34-36 weeks are considered late term preemies.