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Throughout most of my pregnancy I have been feeling like I’m the only one who really cares. My husband doesn’t think about me or the baby. I’m the one making sure we have everything together for her. He is more worried about video games. I mean, he won’t even rub my back if I ask him. Nor will he just lay in bed with me and talk to the baby. I just don’t know what to do anymore. Any advice?
Is anyone else having crazy vivid pregnancy dreams? I had my first dream about being pregnant last night and it was the worst nightmare I have ever had and it felt so real. I’ve pretty much had every pregnancy nightmare imaginable. Preterm delivery, Down syndrome, my baby dying, my doctors are mean and won’t let me hold the baby, etc. I still can’t shake the awful feeling.
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