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        03-17-2013, 09:36 PM
    I know I could post this in a better thread but, I just feel better posting it here. I have never had my feeling hurt so bad in my life as I just did!! I can't even stop crying! I was talking to my husband because I'm really worried about sunshine not milking at all! So my three kids 3,9,11 come in and my hubby rolls his eyes and is like I told him (a friend that's expecting mini foal anyday now) not to call you would be, can I pet it. Can I ride. Can we set up a camera so I can watch it. Can we horse. Can we horse can we horse. He kept on n on n on. My kids started laughing with him and they was laughing at ME!!!
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        03-17-2013, 09:45 PM
    I know it hurts, but you were just making fun of yourself for the same thing the other day!

    You're probably just tired and stressed .. *hugs*

    Don't let'em get to ya!
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        03-17-2013, 09:48 PM
    I know I'm tired!!! I so wish I knew more about this mare than I do! It would make it so much easier!! I am so scared she isn't going to produce milk I just am going crazy!
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        03-17-2013, 10:06 PM
    It's stressful as heck! Poor timing on your DH's part ...

    *hugs* again
        03-17-2013, 11:50 PM
    Aweee...that's hurtfull...and at this stage when you are worried about so many things I can see how that would really cut a little too deep....sometime's ppl can be so insensitive when they don't understand just how much time and love you really have invested here....I would tell him how that made you feel...if you havent already....I get accused daily of obsessing too much over all my animals....its the mother in us...dont let it get you down.....Sunshine will pull through just fine...and pretty soon there will be a beautiful baby for everyone to fuss over...then they might understand why you were so concerned...xoxoox
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        03-17-2013, 11:56 PM
    I actually told him as soon as he did. Then I went and hid and cried. Then I went out to the stall and sunshine walked over to me with those big brown eyes and gave me kisses! Laid on my shoulder as I cried!! She knew I was upset! She is such a doll!
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        03-18-2013, 12:00 AM
    Aweeeeeeeeeee they are very smart:) that's the first place I go too when Im upset...sometimes I bring my in the summer they all crowd around...its kinda funny...they are the best listeners xo
        03-18-2013, 12:01 AM
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        03-18-2013, 12:35 AM
    It's difficult for men to understand how women connect to their children (2 AND 4 legged), because they just aren't wired like we are. My husband jibes me too about all my animals...I just give him "that" look and there's been times when I've even told him he was an ass. I love the look on his face when I say's kind of like, WHAT? ME?! Hehe! He generally apologizes to me right away.
    I think you should run yourself a nice, hot bubble bath to relax your body, then have a hot cup of camomile tea (it's amazingly good with honey!) and try to get some rest. Worrying yourself sick about her not coming into milk won't make her come into milk...all you can do is hope and pray for the best, but prepare for the possibility that she may not. As long as you're prepared, you will be okay, I promise. :)
    BIG hugs to you, dear! Don't let the insensitivity of the day ruin your self confidence. And remember, you have all of US to back you up if you need anything!
        03-18-2013, 01:01 AM
    I haven't read your ENTIRE thread yet, but I will.... but I wanted to let you know that I rescued a mare three years ago and she happened to be 3 months from foaling, but was so skinny when I got her I had NO IDEA she was bred... ANYWAY... she was one of those mares that didn't make a bag AT ALL until AFTER Evie (our baby girl filly) was born. I OBSESSED over it and made myself sick over worrying... but she produced milk just fine and Evie found those TINY nipples of Dustys (my mare) JUST FINE! So don't stress too much! Mother Nature sometimes shows up JUST IN TIME.

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