Thankfully my fiancé and family are very supportive! My family only lives 1/2 mile away so they stop by, my sister babysits the kids I watch (their mother obviously knows her and agreed) while I have my appts and my dad calls every night to see if little 'gray gray' is moving that day and my mother calls and texts to make sure I'm okay. I love it
My problem is the drs. The specialists that told me to terminate couldn't just accept that it goes against my beliefs. I honestly can understand why people do do it, especially early on. It is so stressful whether you get a cramp or the baby doesn't move like they normally do I wanna jump in the car and head to the drs. Thankfully so far I've talked myself through it and he gives me a little kick (or punch) to say 'I'm still here mom!' But you worry all the time that your baby has passed.
But I accept that, it's part of their job and I'm sure they deal with it all the time. Now yesterday I took my son to his psychiatrist and explained to her that he's been doing great and has been controlling his aggression very well and explained what was going on. She sent him outside and said well, if this baby does survive he will have a lot of problems. This won't just be hard on you but kristian too. You should really terminate. Have you even researched this? I said yes, I read about it every night. I told her no, we're not terminating and she said well, I don't know what else to say but good luck! My god who is this lady to tell me this!!! I think she totally over stepped and my son will not be seeing her anymore!