Post # 17
Again, thanks for everyone’s support. I know women have been through far worse than Darling Husband and I… but its still so surreal to see this post and know that Darling Husband and I are no longer expecting.
@Jenn23: Thank you so much. I’ve cried so much this afternoon I think my furbabies are afraid to leave my side. Its not exactly Darling Husband but its still living, breathing love. I’ve followed yours and other’s journies on the TTC thread, and wish you all nothing but the best and all the baby dust in the world!!!!!! You’re all so amazingly strong… I hope I can at least pretend to be as strong as you all have been.
Post # 18
I just wanted to add my sympathy – I’m so sorry.
Post # 19
I’m so sorry for your loss 🙁 I wish your husband could be with you right now but hope you get to spend some much needed time with him soon. HUGS & support!
Post # 21
Oh, I’m so sorry for your loss 🙁 How absolutely heartbreaking.
Take all the time you need to mend and heal. Don’t worry about what others say with regards to how you should feel, or what you should be doing/saying/feeling. Just do what feels right.
I’m sorry your husband is away right now….do you have family or friends close by? Even if they didn’t know about the pregnancy, perhaps they can lend a sympathetic ear, or even just a shoulder to cry on if you let them know what’s going on?
Post # 22
So sorry you are going thru this… i hope you are doing okay!
Post # 23
I am so sorry for your loss ((hugs)) !!!!
Post # 24
I’m so sorry. I hope you can find someone in person to talk to until he gets back.
Post # 25
i’m soooo sorry for your loss!
Post # 26
I am so sorry for your loss.
Post # 27
I’m sending prayers your way. Sorry for your loss.
Post # 28
- Wedding: June 2007 - Bride's family summer home in the Adirondacks
I am so so so sorry. I went through a very similar experience nearly 2 years ago and still think of my first baby nearly every day, even after my perfect little boy was born the following year. My only advice is to truly allow yourself to mourn. I cried for days and days, but after weeks & months started passing, & I became pregnant again, I felt like I “shouldn’t” still be so upset. Of course, in retrospect, there is no time limit to such pain. Allow yourself to cry & savor your love for your little one as much/often/long as you need to.
Post # 29
@forforever: Sure, I’m so sorry you had such a rough day yesterday. Hearing you talk about it takes me right back to last July in those first few days when I got the bad news. It’s just horrible. I remember all those crying spells and it just plain sucks. There is no other way to describe it. It just sucks!!! But don’t you try to pretend to be strong or anything else, as you mentioned. You cry as much as you need to! You grieve however and whenever you want. Everybody is different. Geez, I bawled every night after I came home from work for the next few weeks. But gradually, it became lesser and I was able to finally come to terms with what had happened. I really hope you can find a friend or family member to lean on for support while he is gone during the week! Again, please PM me if you need support/advice/just want to chat. Your body will go thru changes in the upcoming days/weeks. If you have questions, let me know. ((Hugs)) Just know you WILL get through this. It will just take some time.
Post # 30
I’m so sorry for your loss. I know how hard it is having had a loss myself. Hang in there and take good care of yourself.
Post # 31
I’m so sorry for your loss. I also went through a missed miscarraige last year. I went in for my 12 week apt. after having no bleeding, spotting, or cramping expecting to hear a heart beat and there was none. It was aweful, I was devistated. Even though I had convinced myself that I was never going to be able to have a baby after that, I’m currently 26 weeks pregnant. I’m still not over the pain of losing a baby and I’m pretty sure I never will be. Everybody would always tell me how common miscarriages are, but that didn’t make me feel any better that I had one. Take your time to grieve, it’s a tough thing to happen to you!
Feel free to PM me if you want to talk or have questions.