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So its getting closer to my due date & I've been thinking a lot about the visitation. I'm a ftm and I'm not sure if i want anyone there right at first. i mean there gonna have to wait any way so why not wait until after i get setted in. & I'm not sure if i want anyone holding my baby manly because of the sickness going around i don't want my child to get it. & I'm debateing on weather or not i want my dads mom there "long story" short she hasn't been there before the pregnancy why now??? & My husbands family me & his sister have a off and on relationship. & Ik its not my emotions, also my dads mom acts like she doesn't want my husband around really??? Another note my aunts husband that's one that won't touch my husband he is sick minded if yiu knew the story u would understand. am i wrong???
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No you're not wrong...its going to be a happy day for you so anyone who would cause drama or unnecessary stress shouldn't be there. My husbands family are really mean to my older 2 kids and they always talk crap about my hubby so I told him his mom is the only one invited to the hospital...he hasn't voiced an opinion about it but since im the one in the hospital i feel its my choice...
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I dont think your wrong. Everyone has their own reasons for doing things that make them feel at ease. Its your time to bond with the baby that you created!  
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