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Hi guys,

Well, I've got some bad news.  We had a miscarriage last week. I'm still bummed out but I always make the best of a bad situation and look on the bright side. We are lucky it was early on. And it was such a surprise, we were really unprepared. We just downsized and got rid of all baby stuff.  And really, we are soooo close to the end of diapers and pull ups. It sucks to look so forward to something and have it snatched away but perhaps it was for the best, right?

It's hard to get back in the doll habit once you've been out of it but it's great therapy, no?

Anyway, I did some reorganizing and what not and I'm working on a few projects, so you'll see a post from me soon.

I feel so rusty! I need to do some experimenting so I can get back in the swing of these projects!

Anyway m'loves, I'll post something by the end of the week to let you know wuzzup in Grandville.

Fear Manor is now gone (will likely return), so Miss Fear is not feeling this homeless crap. She's demanded a new home immediately. I guess I'll have to find a body for that boyfriend I got her ages ago.

smooches,
dani

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  1. I'm sorry Dani! My mother also had a miscarriage a while back, and was also thankful it was early instead of later. Maybe returing after a long hiatus will revitalize you with new ideas!

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  2. Hello from Spain: I'm sorry to read about your abortion. The positive is that you were a few months. Courage. Keep in touch

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  3. So sad to hear the news, but glad to see you are feeling well enough to post. We are looking forward to seeing more posts soon.

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  4. I'm sorry to hear of your lost.

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  5. Sorry to hear of your loss, Im sure it was for the best, if it wasnt for my Sister and Brother i wouldent be here (Thats what my nan says) Before my mum had me she lot two children in the middle of the pregnancy(both at diffrent times), Natasha and Ryan.
    Im sure You will be a mommy soon ;)

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  6. Thanks Yellow Apple! I actually have two kids already, so we have our hands full as it is.

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  7. Oh, Dani... I'm so sorry. Your attitude is admirable, but I know it is still a loss. Healing Hugs! Rx

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