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emily the wolf

well i now have a new baby sister she is cute but smol. i also finally started therapy and my parents were a little upset to know that i am not faking being transgender when i got diagnosed with gender dysphoria and they had it explained to them.. I am also finally catching up on my week of missing school work after being out of the hospital.. 

 

 

hope yall are doin good!

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Susan R

This is good news for you.  You’re probably thinking...”too bad my parents didn’t believe me when I told them”.  It definitely would’ve saved you a lot of stress.  I guess once they hear it directly from a professional, it becomes real to them...finally. I hope this eases things a bit for you. They still might give you some push back but your therapist sounds like a smart cookie.  Hopefully, they can give you some good advice if you are presented with further obstacles at home from your parents....assuming you’ll have some one on one time with the therapist.

 

Congrats on the new baby sister.  I bet she’s as cute as they come!  I’m sure you’ll get caught up on the homework very soon.  At least you're home and that’s much better than any hospital despite the difficulties surrounding your parents.

 

My Best,

Susan R🌷

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Jackie C.

Fantastic news on the therapist front Emily! Now maybe you can start to move forward with your treatment. That will be a huge relief.

 

Unfortunately, if you get to start hormones babies get all cute. It's inexplicable. Once upon a time, I had no use for children whatsoever. Then I started HRT and they're both interesting and entertaining. I'm not going to say it'll happen that way to you, but it completely blindsided me.

 

Hugs!

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TammyAnne

Congratulations on both counts emily!

I'm sure your parents will settle down over the diagnosis once the denial phase passes.

Babies. There's that baby smell. But they are a lot of fun and wonderment growing up. You'll be an awesome big sister!

TA

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ShawnaLeigh

Congrats Em. on the therapy and the diagnosis that will help your parents to start to understand.  That must be a huge relief and most likely one of many to come now that your in therapy.  
Omg babies!!!   I just love babies.  I always have.  
Beware as they do like to spit up and poop and bad times.  Lol

Its never a good smell either.  🤮

But they are so cute and a complete joy to watch grow and learn.  
Be apart of it as much as you can!   

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tracy_j

Congratulations Emily!

 

It may well be as Jackie says with hormones and babies. I do know some women who don't like them, but most love them and have an inground list of questions as soon as they meet anyone with newborn. It's something that comes beyond teenage years I think as many teenage girls are less than interested in them.

 

I would suggest as ShawnaLeigh says. It is a good opportunity to learn and get into things. It will likely help with your relationship with your parents and your sister as well as giving you knowledge of female life. It's common for big sisters to look after their younger siblings.

 

Tracy

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emily the wolf

omg baby are so cute though i just love them. to be honest i have always loved them.

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DeeDee

My one superpower is being able to calm babies down enough to go to sleep. Though it has always worked better on other people's than my own. 🥰 I do not miss projectile vomiting and green diarrhoea though! Congratulations on becoming a big sister Emily, and for finding a decent therapist to help explain things to your parents.

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