Monday, April 30, 2007

Please come in!

I am so sorry that you need to be here, but I hope that you will find the help, information and encouragement you need. I created this blog because I could not find the information I needed online to manage in the miscarriage of our twins recently. I hope to gather here the information, links, and encouragement that will help you to survive this devastating event in your life.

Much love,


Anonymous said...

5 days; Aug. 26th was the set date of my lil' angles arrival, even though not planned (had been on birthcontrol 3years) when me and my boyfriend of 2years found out at 6weeks in and got to here the heart beat... We were so excited and ready to become parents even though I was 18 and he was 17! Then finding out at 10&1/2 weeks I had a miscarrige and it was incomplete and haveing to make an appointment of a d&c was horrifying, I know I cryed myself to sleep at least a week at that point. My boyfriend was with me through it all and even slept in the bed with me at the hospital the night we spent. After the miscarriage I got a little off track, I had never drank in my life. But a month after everything was over thats all I wanted to do to get it off my mind I "thought" that would help, so one weekend I did and things were even worse the next morning! Afterwards even 4-5months after everytime I seen a newborn baby I cryed (and still do) and to make matters worst when I got pregnant feels like everyone in my small county did and everyones due date was about the same time, so now I have to face getting on Facebook and every week this month theres been a new arrival. This MONTH has been the worst I have never been the type of person to stay in bed or cry everynight, or just be in the dumps but this past month has changed all that. All I want is my baby. I know I sound selfish but its killing me, my boyfriend doesnt like to talk about it because he wants me to forget! But who can forget when, all that passes through your mind is what if? And that could have been me, I should be in labor, or staying up late with MY baby. But thats not reality anymore. I just wish there was something to make me have a better veiw on things because I cant handel much more.

Melanie said...

I am so sorry about your little one! I know it hurts so awfully. In my experience, God is the only one that can fill that void. Go to Him. He knows what it feels like to have a child die. Trust what Jesus did on the cross to save you from your sins. He paid the penalty so that you could be free and forgiven!

None of us can bear death. It's a horrible thing, but Jesus overcame death, He was raised from the dead as a sign of that - and if we trust Him as our Savior, we'll see our babes again in heaven.

Much, much love and sympathy,