Im so very sorry for your loss
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19-06-2012 16:03 #31
19-06-2012 16:06 #32Senior Member
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RIP little dancer, you can now dance with your brother.
My heart goes out to you both
19-06-2012 16:11 #33
my heart and tears goes out to you and your husband at this very difficult time
19-06-2012 16:21 #34Senior Member
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dear spot, im so devastated for u and derek, i couldnt beleive it when i heard of the news about your precious baby girl. no words can truly express how sad i am for your loss and how unfair and cruel this journey has been for you. Elise and Callum now together forever xxxx. im so sorry spot you have had to endure so much pain and grief, i truly cant imagine what this must be like for you both. you are a beautiful and brave mummy
19-06-2012 16:25 #35
I am so sorry for your loss
Rest in peace beautiful girl
19-06-2012 16:40 #36
Spot. I am so devastated for you. We had a trisomy 13 baby too. So put us in a room together and we are two in 30,000. Our baby gave way at 12 weeks. You sound like you have an incredibly special relationship with your husband. Love and thoughts to you and Derek xxx
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19-06-2012 16:43 #37
So, so sorry for your loss.
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19-06-2012 17:37 #38
Spot-I am so sorry for everything you & your DH have been through.. You are the strongest, most amazing woman & mother I have ever come across.
Your story absolutely breaks my heart & for someone to endue what you have, to be able to share your story the way you have is simply astounding.
Precious little Elise is now dancing with her gorgeous big brother Callum.
19-06-2012 17:42 #39
Spot I'm so sorry. Sending strength and love to you and your DH. Look after one another xxx
19-06-2012 17:43 #40
Sorry for your heart breaking loss.
As a 40+ IVF lady this is one of my biggest fears- genetic abnormality.
I really can not imagine how you face the loss of a baby, let alone twice.
You are brave people who have faced everyone's worst nightmare.
Can I ask, respectfully, since Elise's trisomy was 13 missed at the early genetic testing stage, would you recommend other 40+ ladies have amnios done? The whole genetic risk aspect is such a stressful one, particularly for older mums. I genuinely fear facing what you have faced. I don't know how you find the strength to get out bed each day.
xxoxoxoxoxo hugs and hugs and more hugs to you both.
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