(Closed) I can has hive hugs?

posted 9 years ago in Emotional
Post # 3
1428 posts
Bumble bee

((((Hugs))))) and all my prayers are going out to you! Unexpected things happen at the most unplanned times and turn out to be huge blessings. We are all here for you honey.

Post # 4
1156 posts
Bumble bee
  • Wedding: March 2005 - Westside Loft, New York

big bee hugs to you!  i’m sorry things that didn’t work out as you planned, but i hope this turns into unexpected joy and happiness.  we’re always here for you if you need our support!

Post # 5
107 posts
Blushing bee
  • Wedding: June 2010


I will definatly keep you and your new family in my prayers. Remember, there is a plan and a reason for everything.

Post # 6
184 posts
Blushing bee

:triple hugs:

Don’t really know what to say, other than keep your chin up and sometimes the biggest curve balls in life turn out to be the best things that ever happen to you. 

Post # 7
672 posts
Busy bee
  • Wedding: November 2009

hugs!!  you guys can make it– even if it’s not how you expected!  you know you’ve always got plenty of people to offer support here.

Post # 8
1022 posts
Bumble bee
  • Wedding: June 2010

Prayers sent your way that this is a blessing in disguise.  I believe that God does everything for a reason, even if it doesn’t feel like it right now. 

Post # 9
134 posts
Blushing bee
  • Wedding: June 2010

In this internet universe, I can tell you all about the story of my cousin and his wife, which reminded me of your situation. I found much of this out after the fact, but basically what happened is this –

 Very shortly after my cousin proposed to his wife, they found out they were pregnant. I know it caused a lot of stress in the family and they moved up the possible date of the wedding, I think by a whole year. At the time I was thought it was so he wouldn’t get married in the same year as his brother, as they were keeping the true reason underwraps and I didn’t think about other possible reasons. Anyhow, they got married in June and their daughter was born in October 2007. I know it was stressful for them, and difficult and unplanned, but everything is great now, as far as I know, and I heard my cousin’s wife say once that she can’t imagine life without her daughter. (She is a beautiful little girl.) 

 I know all situations are different, but I just wanted to share one close to me that worked out in the end. I too will pray that this is a blessing in disguise – good luck! 

Post # 10
700 posts
Busy bee
  • Wedding: September 2010

{{{{{{{{{{hug}}}}}}}}}}}}} You deserve the "fancy bracket hug" for this one! 

I agree with the posts above:  Everything seems confusing and what not now, but in the end, this was what was meant to be, and that beautiful baby is just a barometer for your relationship with your Fiance which was just to great to be held off any longer!  🙂

Post # 11
2204 posts
Buzzing bee
  • Wedding: June 2009

Definitely prayers and thoughts are sent your way!

I can’t imagine how overwhelming everything is life is right now, but as Mrs. Bee said I hope this turns into a big bundle of joy in the end! 

Hive Hugs x 1000

Post # 12
400 posts
Helper bee
  • Wedding: May 2009


I agree with the other posters- things happen for a reason. This is a blessing in disguise. You wanted kids eventually now, it’ll just be a little early. Go get the blood test, then tell your families! You have NOTHING to be ashamed about. You and your husband are going to be parents!

about the money thing- I totally feel you. But, you’ll make it work. Shop at second hand baby stores (such a good idea), use a food precessor to blend the babies food, instead of buying it canned crap all the time. You’lllearn different ways to save money.

Congrats on the baby 🙂

Post # 13
217 posts
Helper bee
  • Wedding: May 2009

First and forecmost, CONGRATS.

I know it seems completely overwhelming and out of control at the moment, but everything does happen for a reason.  And I second?  third?  fourth?  other readers who said that they hope that this is a ginormous blessing for y’all.

And I have to completely and totally second MissStellar–second-hand baby stores are definitely something to get familiar with.  Kids grow so fast that they don’t wear clothes very long, and a lot of the time, you can find stuff that was never even worn.

I wish you both the best!

Post # 14
405 posts
Helper bee

All I can say has already been said. Things happen when they are meant to. I can understand being stressed and nervous but for your sake try to relax. (Easier said than done, I know! ) I hope all the nervousness and stress turns into joy and excitement for you!
We’re always here for you!!!!!!

Post # 15
7431 posts
Busy Beekeeper
  • Wedding: October 2009


Here’s to hoping everything comes out ok, you have a pleasant pregnancy and your baby is born healthy and happy.  You WILL get through this. We’re here for you

Post # 16
5822 posts
Bee Keeper

Oh Honey, so sorry for you!!  Trust me when I say I UNDERSTAND.

Not everyone is ELATED when they see the little pink line.  And certainly the timing isn’t what you wanted.  But no one is ever really ready to be pregnant, and everyone kinda freaks out when they first find out (planned or not).  It’s scary.  It’s a big change.  But once you see that scrunched up little face, none of that will matter to you.

Sorry your hubs ruined the surprise.  Maybe you left a clue in the trash can?  But I think you should tell your folks (false positives in store bought digital readers…well they just don’t happen).  It’ll make you fell better, and you can gush all you want to them, they know you and understand best.

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