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One of life's most painful losses is that of an unborn child. Miscarriages cause a pain that is unfamiliar to most and understood by few. Parents feel a strong and natural love for their unborn child and to lose their little one to death before they ever had a chance at life can seem unfair, cruel even. Parents are left to wonder what might have been and a pair of empty arms can seem emptier than ever before. Faced with such a terrible situation parents should remember that it is normal, necessary, and healthy to grieve. I suffered an early miscarriage. There is no right or wrong way to go through this process, and I felt completely betrayed by my body in the days after I lost the baby. I had all the initial dreams and hopes for this child as I have for my children I carried to term. I needed to let myself feel all the grief and pain associated with the loss, and I will continue to feel the loss of that child forever. This miscarriage has changed me. My body is still birthing, But nothing is to show. The little life that was to be Left my body days ago. My body is still bleeding Like a casualty took place, And I mourn the ever-lingering loss As I imagine a what-if face. My body is still weeping Even if no tears are cried. Despite the plastered grit and grin, My pain feels impossible to hide. My body is still broken, At least that's what I perceive. What should have been your safest place, Instead leaves me to grieve. My body is still aching, Shuddering, and unkind, Leaving in place of your still life- A heartbreak for the rest of mine.When a child dies before birth, many question why, as did my daughter who lost a child through miscarriage. I wrote this poem for her through my belief that as hard as miscarriage is to understand, What we call miscarriage, Is hard to understand, but God calls special babies back with Him in Heaven's land. He doesn't need to test them. These angels are too pure. The trials of this earth are not theirs to endure. 1 sarah019
7/31/2017
I had tears in my eyes when I read your post. I could feel the pain and ordeal which you have been through, after reading your post. If your love could have saved your baby than I am sure she would have lived forever. However, you just have to stay strong for your other children. Dear just think that you have a baby in heaven, and you will hug her in heaven. Until then you have to keep her in your heart. 2 Matthews
11/10/2017
Hi, Sarah I have tears in my eyes as I am finished with reading your post :'( Losing a child, even an unborn, is unbearable. It requires so much courage to spend life after such an incident. I lost my child three years ago (MC case), and no day goes by that I don't think of him. I was 12 weeks pregnant. I have been to psychologists as life started to seem meaningless. They all told me that I needed to move on. Crying won't help. I did not listen to them the first year, but as I was in my second year, I noticed that how much of an anxiety I'm causing my husband and other two children by acting like this. I should be thankful for what I have and move on. That was the last day I cried for my unborn baby. I still think of him but tears don't come out now. I think I am doing good... considering. I'd also you to please try to move on. Peace! 3 Whitney
11/10/2017

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