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    I'm so sorry for your loss, I just couldn't read and not reply

    I think this pregnancy is a sign from your wee little guy to say 'Mummy, I'm ok'. I hope you find some peace and healing soon xx

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    So sorry for the loss of your beautiful boy. Follow your heart, grieve when you want to, love when you want to. Your heart will not fail you or your kids. Xxx

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    I'm so sorry xoxo I've also lost a baby but we never saw her eyes open, I can't imagine what your going through...

    I felt so guilty when I got pregnant again 8 weeks later. How can I love new baby when I'm still grieving for my daughter? To be brutally honest I really thought I would never bond with another when I missed her so much and just wanted her back...
    25 weeks later and I'm still conflicted but I know I can love them both.
    Be very kind to yourself. Talk to someone if you feel you can.
    My heart breaks for you xoxo

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    Hi all, thanks so much for your kind messages I really appreciate them and my heart goes out to those of you who has lost a wee one. Take care.

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    I'm so sorry xxxx

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    my goodness, I can't read and not reply. My heart goes out to you and your family at such a terrible time xxx

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    I'm so sorry I couldn't read and leave. I hope you have a wonderful support network to help you through this devastating time and wish you all the best with your pregnancy x

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    Firstly, I'm so very sorry that you've lost your beautiful little boy. I know exactly how you are feeling because on the 12th May last year (the night before Mother's Day), our gorgeous little daughter, passed away at home in my arms from an asthma attack. She was five years and eight months old. It has been nearly nineteen months now since Sian left us and I'm am still struggling every day. I know she's never coming back, but I still can't believe she's gone forever - does that make sense?
    Like you, it's the suddenness of it all that makes it hard to comprehend. Sian had been in hospital for three nights with asthma and had only been discharged the night before we lost her. Even now as I type this, it scares me when I think about that night. She died so very quickly - before the paramedics got there, and although I tried desperately to do CPR and nine guys worked on her for so long, I know in my heart that she died before they arrived. I will always live with the guilt that I couldn't save my little girl.
    We have a little boy who was eighteen months old when Sian passed away. We decided to start trying for another baby immediatly because I was 42 and my husband was 51, so we knew time wasn't on our side. We were not trying to replace Sian - no baby could ever do that, but we didn't want Dane to grow up as an only child. We didn't tell anyone we were trying because we didn't want to be judged. Anyway, I fell pregnant within about six weeks, but miscarried at about the eight week mark. I was sad, but thought that maybe it was my body telling me that I wasn't ready. We continued to try, but nothing happened, so we went down the IVF road. After four cancelled cycles, our specialist told us that there was no more she could do for us - I'm just too old and am not producing any eggs anymore. I am profoundly sad that our son is going to grow up without his beautiful big sister and that we can't give him another sibling. He misses Sian so very much and talks about her every single day. It's all just so unfair.
    I know you must feel so very torn - so so sad that your little boy isn't here, but also maybe a little bit happy that you're pregnant. I truly believe you have been sent this precious baby for a reason and that you will have no problems bonding with him or her. Whilst deep in grief, try to embrace this pregnancy for the gift it is. Whilst this new baby will NEVER EVER replace your son, I truly hope that s/he brings you all the love and happiness you and your partner deserve. Please feel free to PM me if you'd like to. Are you in Melbourne? If you are, I can talk to you about some wonderful support groups that I am part of. They are my lifeline.
    Much love and blessings to you. xoxo


 

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