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    I just wish he would understand!

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    Quote Originally Posted by LJMsMum View Post
    My husband and I had a big fight because he thinks I should be "over it" by now
    I think we get more attached then them because from the moment we find out we're pregnant we are attached and honestly it has been 2 years since my last miscarriage and I am not over it I don't think I ever will be it just gets easier the more time passes but I still cry sometimes for my lost babies

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    Quote Originally Posted by LJMsMum View Post
    I'm really struggling. Today would have been 20 weeks!
    Hi LJMs,

    Sorry for making our introduction here, my wife and I share this account so we both can learn about everything,

    Today is an special day for us as well, we lost our first baby with just a few weeks on this day,

    Don't fight and don't stay in your grieve too long, I have the strong believe that somewhere your babies are watching you, only your heart will tell you when, and that is probably the hardest part...to move on,

    What my wife and I do is to celebrate this day, we named our baby and we know he's with us, we light a candle and always keep him close with our thoughts,

    Try to do this or something with your husband, talk to him but don't fight,

    Hope it helps...

    M&M

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    Thank you so much everyone!

    I ended up buying myself some pretty lilies yesterday in memory of my angel babies.

    I had a big cry and feel better today.

    Thanks again xox

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    hi ljmsmum. sorry about your loss. Everyday can bring new challenges for you, but just allow your mind, your body and your heart to heal. Men need to 'fix ' things, this is not something anyone can 'fix' so he wants you to leave it alone. Dont worry about him understanding you, just tell him you need more time. You wont 'get over it', you will just be able to manage your days better. Every day that you have a big cry, is another day of healing. Take as many days as you need, there is no limit or right or wrong way to process this heartache. hugs Marie.

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