No thank Boh, like I said, you cured me. Just needed someone to bring me back down to earth and realise that none of us are perfect, each of us are individuals.
My wife and I were told this by the doctors many years ago..
The news was not taken too well..
We decided to plan our lives accordingly with no prospect of ever having a child.
When my wife was 30, she had an eye operation and then had to undergo intensive steroid treatment to help heal her eye. During this treatment she became pregnant.. The miracle was, she went full term. We were afraid of her having another miscarriage as was the result of all previous times.
So our miracle boy is now 14 and taller than both of us !
We think it was the steroids that changed things ( and maybe why he is so tall )....
Oh Mitte that is great.
I am a 60's child, and due to the drugs given to my mother so that she would not miscarry us, (she lost 4 before my older brother and this drug,) I cannot have kids for several reasons.
There has been ongoing court cases against this drug in the US. But the way I see it I doubt very much I would of been here without it. So.....
I see the joy that kids give their parents and the heartache and think I missed out on a huge chunk of life. I am lucky though to have two step-children, one of which particularly appreciates me and seems to have enough love to spread around to all of his parents.
So in the end I am very lucky.
I honestly regret buying Pipi at a very young age (11) Reasons being I cannot remember anything from her puppy hood
But I still love her to bits, would love to remember though
I saved up all my money to get her, all by myself
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