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Your Options. Physical Recovery. Mother’s Day can be so painful after a pregnancy loss. Everywhere you go, you’ll be faced with reminders of the holiday. No matter what kind of loss you’ve gone through or whether you’ve got other children at home, you’ve earned your right to.

You might even swaddle the baby or take photos with him or her. Some professional photographers specialize in working with families experiencing pregnancy loss. Take it slow. Some days will be better than others. If you’re overwhelmed thinking about.

There are even some specific to the topic of Mother’s Day. 1. Songs. It seems like popular music tackles the topic of loss more than any other kind of creative expression. 2  Some songs are entirely appropriate, while others may have just a line or two that speak to you. Photos or Paintings.

That’s important. Remember it. Tell it to yourself every day. Not just in pregnancy after loss, but always. Life will constantly throw us curve balls that we can’t handle.

Cling to what is True. I can’t say I do this perfectly. I know I don’t. When your loved one hurts, it is only natural to want to make her feel better. I think our natural inclination is to want to make it better, stop the hurt, put on band-aids and take away the pain.

Unfortunately, after a pregnancy loss, there isn’t anything anyone can do that will take away the pain. Yes, Mother’s Day can be a trigger, a date on the calendar that elicits all kinds of longings that can never be fulfilled. The day interrupts routine, begging for pause.

A day to take stock of what it means to bring a child into this world. To account for the many gifts of mothering. If Mother’s Day is a trigger for you, know that the grief inside needs processing.

It is not going away, so you need to explore what’s underneath. You can take this self-evalutation to see how it. After enduring four miscarriages, I was no longer sure what life had in store for me, but I did my best to enjoy the moment. This Mother’s Day I will most likely be woken up by the sound of Joe yelling at my three kids to please be quiet and let their mother have at least one morning of peace a year.

The first few days after your mother dies are going to feel like a blur. You will function only in that you will make funeral arrangements, contact relatives, console family members, and go forward taking care of necessary tasks. Numbness is the perfect word for this time.

The funeral will come and go, and so will the relatives and well-wishers. Most pregnant women have this hair loss, but the good news is that it’s temporary. Hair loss peaks around 3-4 months after birth, but usually returns to normal within 6-12 months.

List of related literature:

Realize that you’re entitled to mourn the baby you’ve lost, even as you’re celebrating your other baby’s birth.

“What to Expect When You're Expecting 4th Edition” by Heidi Murkoff, Sharon Mazel
from What to Expect When You’re Expecting 4th Edition
by Heidi Murkoff, Sharon Mazel
Simon & Schuster UK, 2010

• Allow them time to grieve for the pregnancy loss.

“Maternity and Pediatric Nursing” by Susan Scott Ricci, Terri Kyle
from Maternity and Pediatric Nursing
by Susan Scott Ricci, Terri Kyle
Wolters Kluwer Health/Lippincott Williams & Wilkins, 2009

Amidst the flowers and cards, even the most saint-like woman would find it hard not to feel overlooked if she’s not a mother herself.

“Liberalism: Find a Cure” by Mark Dice
from Liberalism: Find a Cure
by Mark Dice
Mark Dice, 2018

Pray God comfort her and assist her in this Day of her great distress, and may thy good Providence protect her and her Fatherless Child, and likewise give her a safe and happy deliverance of another Child with which she expects to be brought to bed almost every hour.

“The Diary of a Country Parson, 1758-1802” by James Woodforde, John Beresford
from The Diary of a Country Parson, 1758-1802
by James Woodforde, John Beresford
Canterbury Press, 2011

At the appropriate time you can share with the mother that other mothers who have suffered similar losses have found it helpful to talk through their feelings.

“Counseling the Nursing Mother” by Judith Lauwers, Anna Swisher
from Counseling the Nursing Mother
by Judith Lauwers, Anna Swisher
Jones & Bartlett Learning, 2010

Know that it takes time to let go of the birth you envisioned and it’s perfectly normal to grieve for one thing as you celebrate another.

“Pregnancy, Childbirth, and the Newborn: The Complete Guide” by Janet Walley, Penny Simkin, Ann Keppler, Janelle Durham, April Bolding
from Pregnancy, Childbirth, and the Newborn: The Complete Guide
by Janet Walley, Penny Simkin, et. al.
Meadowbrook, 2016

Let the mother and family know that they are heard and understood as they are trying to make sense of the loss and the emotions of grief.

“Study Guide for Fundamentals of Nursing E-Book” by Barbara L Yoost, Lynne R Crawford, Patricia Castaldi
from Study Guide for Fundamentals of Nursing E-Book
by Barbara L Yoost, Lynne R Crawford, Patricia Castaldi
Elsevier Health Sciences, 2019

Honor her all the days of your life, and do what is pleasing to her, and do not grieve her.

“A New English Translation of the Septuagint” by Albert Pietersma, Benjamin G. Wright
from A New English Translation of the Septuagint
by Albert Pietersma, Benjamin G. Wright
Oxford University Press, 2007

Send a card and initiate a phone call around the 1-year anniversary of the infant’s death.

“Manual of Neonatal Care” by John P. Cloherty, Eric C. Eichenwald, Anne R. Hansen
from Manual of Neonatal Care
by John P. Cloherty, Eric C. Eichenwald, Anne R. Hansen
Wolters Kluwer Health, 2012

Do whatever pleases her, and do not grieve her spirit in any way.u 4Remember, my son, that she went through many trials for your sake while you were in her womb.

“Catholic Bible” by Jean Marie Hiesberger
from Catholic Bible
by Jean Marie Hiesberger
Oxford University Press, 2006

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  • ❤❤❤ I would/should (what’s the correct term?):/ have a bouncing, walking and nearly talking 17month old by now and in my heart I strongly feel i am a mum! I wouldn’t let anyone take that away from me and I will always celebrate that in my heart whether I am ever blessed with a child or not xxx Good things take time and you will have your sweet sweet little one, you just need to hold on and ride the tide xxx

  • Found this video in 2020, and I truly have to say it being 2 days before Mother’s Day I just needed a comfort of someone who understands and you truly have helped me get through this. I thank you so much for your words of encouragement and your beautiful positivity and outlook on the entire thing. You are wonderful person and I thank you so so much. You were my sign and I appreciate you even 2 years ago seeing it now to when it was posted. ����

  • I have had 3 miscarriages and two d&c’s….yes, the cramping with d&c’s is awful, I had so much pain I threw up during the cramping. It also felt like insult to injury….I am happy to say I now have 4 children. I had the miscarriages at ages 18 yrs and 2 in the same year when I was 24 yrs old. So sometimes age isn’t necessarily a factor…

  • I had a missed miscarriage also at 10 weeks with my very first pregnancy at age 39, and found out at my first ultrasound. I opted for misoprostal and it was truly traumatic. I later developed a uterine infection. It was a good month of not even leaving the house. I had no idea how mentally, physically, and emotionally difficult it would be. Like Whitney, it took me a couple months to get my monthly cycle back. But the great news is that right after, I conceived! And now at 40, I’m 4 months along, and everything has progressed very well. Fingers crossed for a normal, healthy pregnancy. My anxiety is super high, but I’m going to be even more grateful for this child. The same thing happened to my sister and she conceived right away. Sometimes miscarriage is natures way of taking care of babies that were never meant to be because of a genetic abnormality.

  • I think this was so important and I’m so glad to have watched this! I really do feel for people out there dealing with this, thank you for raising more awareness ��

  • The pain never goes away. Lost my first pregnacy a year ago. Now i’m 4 months pregnat. And every time go for an ultrasound and i feel my baby. I cant help but think in the one i lost.:(

  • Hi my name is Brenda and my husband Luis we lost our angel last year I was 18 weeks pregnant and we lost our Jr me after trying 10 years to conceive again i have a 11 years old now of a previous relationship after trying 10 years I got pregnant with jr my most beautiful angel I just had my water broke and Rushed to the hospital before that day everything was normal on my monthly visits so for me I was still pray for a miracle I prayed to god and dr asked me right away if I wanted to wait naturally to have him deliver or taken away of course I wanted to have him whenever he wanted to be born and still wait for a miracle dr said that nothing could be done because there was no fluid and his little feet where coming out of the cervix so I stayed at the hospital for three day he was born alive he lived for 5 hours and then he was gone they consider my son miscarriage but I said no he came to earth and showed he was a warrior he fought for his own life even thought there was no help because here in az babies can be tried to help them until 24 weeks of gestation my son didn’t meet their law standards but he sure fought to be alive for his momma love my ��

  • Thank you so much for doing this video. This one hits close to home, because I too experienced a pregnancy loss recently. It’s a topic that should be discussed more, but it is definitely hard to talk about at the same time. Wishing Whitney, as well as all women that have experienced some form of pregnancy loss, all the best.

  • Happy Mother’s Day beautiful I am so sorry you haven’t got a baby in your arms to celebrate it I really hope you do one day it breaks my heart so much to see you go through this

  • I wish woman were more sensitive to woman who have had miscarriages whether they have gone through one or not. I had my first one on Easter, and this is a very isolated event to go through my body hasn’t healed fully and its months later, we just need to be more supportive with each other as woman.

  • I also think it’s important to mention that a lot of miscarriages are misdiagnosed. There’s plenty of pregnant women who have been told that they’ve miscarriaged even though they were carrying a perfectly healthy fetus and end up aborting their child. They say if your doctor tells you that you’ve miscarriaged, wait it out because you never know if you are still pregnant.

    I would know because although I’ve never been pregnant, the doctor that did my ultrasound whilst my mum was pregnant with me told her that she miscarriaged with me, even though that wasn’t true. Or that I’d be born with birth defects. Something along those things. But she waited out with me and turns out I was fine and was born a healthy weight.

    Also the term for a baby that conceived soon after a miscarriage is called a rainbow baby and a baby born before a miscarriage is often referred to as a sunshine baby. I thought that’d be nice for most people to know when dealing with a loss of a baby.

  • Thanks for sharing your experience ����✨❤️ To me it is so important that we talk about this subject more. I had two miscarriages last year (and one in 2010) and it was totally devastating. I can totally relate to this conversation. I also must say that I got little answers from my otherwise very caring and professional doctors. I had to read up for myself after the last surgery, because I was so desperate to know what happened and if there was anything that I could do. I read “it starts with the egg” amongst other books and changed radically my lifestyle. More yoga, no more alcohol, more sleep, supplements such as ubiquinol and 1000 mg of folate every day… and I must tell you… I am now happily 5 months pregnant with my first baby girl, at the age of 40! Such a process, not losing hope or trust and at the same time making peace with the idea that it might not happen… ❤️

  • I agree 100%, you should celebrate Mother’s Day because you are a mama. Your babies existed and they matter..so you celebrate them with your family. Happy Mother’s Day to you <3

  • Susan is expecting, I’m calling it now! No, I’m not saying she looks pregnant. I ain’t being rude ladies. I’m just saying I have a feeling:) also, thank you for sharing your story Whitney. So many women suffer from miscarriages (sometimes multiple) and they hide it. Your story matters.

  • I’m always touched by your videos because you are so open and real in sharing the reality of your life, you are also a fun person who stays optimistic. I would like to say that I learned something from what I’m going through.(“Grow through what you go through”). �� I thought I’d share in hopes that it would help you. I took the birth control pill for only one cycle and that’s all it took to throw my hormones out of whack! It also caused me to become very depressed, and it took about 5 months for my cycle to get back to normal. I have been researching and reading a lot about the side effects from the contraceptive pill because of what happened to me. I as well had a missed miscarriage at almost 12 weeks. I heard that taking the birth control pill causes infertility, cancer, and I myself believe that it is partly the cause of my miscarriage, beside other issues it may cause. Anyway what I learned is that I made my own conclusions about God and said, “God why don’t you want to bless me with a son”? Becoming anxious, discouraged, sad, obsessive, and questioning my life, motives, and desires. Finally I realized that I am the one who took the birth control and did I think that my body wouldn’t receive the consequences of what the medication causes? Well I took a step back and asked God to forgive me for accusing Him of something that I myself caused my body and asked Him instead to heal my body and heal me emotionally. Which I instantly emotionally felt better just by being freed by having this understanding. Whatever the Lord wills for me I chose to accept, trusting in His perfect plan for my life. It’s not easy but it’s gives me the peace that I need. I still hope because after all God says, “Love Hopes All Things”. ��
    Sorry it’s so long.��

  • I’m dreading mothers day tomorrow because it’s my first after my pregnancy which waa miscarried…I doubt my family will say anything or even realize I’m a mother too, now. Thank you great video.

  • I went through a chemical in February & I realised, this is my first mothers day. But I’m so clueless on how to celebrate it, even know I have no living children. Thank you for this video. ��

  • No one talks about a pregnancy after a loss. How the whole time you have that in the back of your mind and don’t trust your body anymore.

  • Hi I’m a new subbie! And a fellow IF. I have been diagnosed with a plethora of IF things. Our only option is IUI and IVF at this point. It’s been 3 yrs of failed cycle after failed cycle. I just love your videos and your spirit. I’ve watched quite a few if them since a couple of days ago. lol and just had to subscribe and follow your journey. And I’m so sorry for your losses. I wanted to ask you.. have you been tested for MTHFR gene mutations? I was recently diagnosed with MTHFT heterozygous gene mutation among the many other things. And this can cause recurrent pregnancy loss. There’s a lot of information online if you haven’t heard of this before. And also a video here on YouTube that has really helped me understand it. Anyway I wish you a happy Mother’s Day.:) and sending you all my positive energy and baby dust. And I hope for all of struggling with IF or recurring pregnancy loss our mericle or rainbow baby! Much love!

  • This is such an hard topic, but it has to be talked about, miscarriage and pregnancy loss happens to so many of us, we need to be supportive and ready to listen to each other.
    If anyone is having an hard time, I really feel your pain, I made a video on how I have been dealing with it, and also about pregnancy after a loss.
    Sending strength and positivity out there.

  • Kelsie, you are such a beautiful person inside and out. I know your angels are looking out for you. God is watching out for you and im sure he will bless you when you least expect it!���� Happy Momma’s Day hun, you truly deserve it!!

  • I can also relate with my first pregnancy. It was so heartbreaking and unreal returning home from the hospital. My husband and I felt like our home was empty, even though we were just pregnant for 11 weeks. Thank you for sharing your story. Miscarriage is a tough topic to talk about.

  • First off thank you for being so open & honest. My heart goes out to you I couldn’t even imagine how you feel. This is a very important message & video.

  • Thank u #ForAllMoms this brings me to hard times in my life Its crazy cause I love ur channel and im not even a mom but u ladies are so relatable and u always have really great topics. but I think since I had a miscarriage I think I just feel like I can somewhat relate. Whitney ur are an amazing strong lady! Thank u for sharing and good luck in ur journey God bless u and ur husband.

  • Sounds like it was very recent too. You’re brave to open up so publicly.
    I had my mc in feb. It was my second pregnancy and we decided not to tell anybody until after our 1st ultrasound. I mc’d the week before my utrasound and still haven’t told anybody about it. I just can’t take the pity, but that doesn’t mean it’s forgotten.

  • I’m so sorry you had to go through that. Unfortunately my cousin went through the same thing with her 3rd child. Her husband wasn’t there because of work, but I was there to help her. It makes my heart ache that she had to go through the physical and emotional pain. I’m glad you eventually had your blessings. ❤️ happy Mother’s Day ��

  • happy mothers day from the uk. im sorry it isnt with your babies here with you but hopefully our time for rainbow babies will come ❤

  • This is long, but hopefully worth it to anyone, including Kelsie. Kelsie, I know it took more than cut-outs, flashes and editing to get through this video, especially a day before Mother’s Day. I want to thank you so much for mustering up the courage to give us one. I am a first timer to your channel and I have already subscribe. Here’s just a little about me and a little positivity for anyone who reads. Like I said, long, but maybe worth it? To all mothers, I’m throwing baby dust your way. God bless <3

    **Hopefully, this is allowed? (Just spreading some peace).

    I strongly believe women who have suffered miscarriages still deserve the right to “celebrate” Mother’s Day or at least be appreciated on that day. Especially the mommy’s who would have had their first child, but had lost their angels.
    I am not currently with child, nor have I had previous children before my miscarriage two years ago. I am no longer afraid, nor was I really ever afraid to tell my age when it came to my story. I am now 16 years of age, however, I lost my lovely little angel when I was 14 years of age back in 2015. I still have not really “recovered” from it and it’s been two years! But it comes with no surprise, I don’t ever expect to recover from it, and deep down…I don’t want too. I don’t need too. I love my baby, I will always love my baby and one day…I will have children again. At a better moment in time, where I am more developed, more grounded and overall, more prepared.
    I could go on about how I felt ready…but there’s a big difference between “being ready” and actually “being prepared.” As females, when we find out we are with child, our body and mind will subconsciously snap into place and “be ready.” Because it is not only about us anymore, it is about both of us. We aren’t living, breathing, surviving for one of us, anymore. We are living for two or three, depending. My point is that despite me having been and still being “so young.”…I consider and will ALWAYS consider myself a mother. I am a mother. My baby is just playing in the clouds instead of on the ground and although I feel those big tugs at my heart every day, I know it was for the best because I don’t know what God has planned for my baby or for me.
    For any of us…But I know all our babies, are somewhere safe, somewhere harmless and playing without a care and deep down they know. They know we’re here and they’re coming back. They are, so it’s okay to cry today and it’s okay to hug that little stuffed object a little closer and tighter today. They’re there. They’re listening and every time you feel those tears prickle your eyes or that huge tug on your heart…that’s your baby letting you know they came to say Hello.
    Happy Mother’s Day to all of you. Mother’s of all ages. Today is our day too…it always will be. God bless and all my love, always. Bella Beba. <3

  • I had 2 miscarriages after trying to conceive for 3 years. They were 6 months apart. I was devastated. I would cry myself to sleep for weeks. I felt like a faliure, and at the same time I knew I was not. The most difficult part is not having something tangable to remember them by. I feel like I’m the only one who knows they were here. I now have 3 beautiful children. To me I will always have 5. I never want to forget them, they are as much my babies as my 3 little ones who I got the blessing to keep. When people ask about my 3 babies I always want to say “no, I don’t only have 3, i am the mother of 5 wonderful children” but just the thought of having to explain it all keeps me from doing it. I think of them every day, I never want to forget them. I love them as much as I love my little ones.

  • Thanks for opening up.I had to put my baby to sleep while he was 5 months in my tummy.Everyone around me knew I was pregnant and kept asking me what happened. It was the hardest days of my life.I have made up my mind to adopt and give life for a kid.Thanks to my husband for understanding me and he has never pressurised me to have a kid. Love and hugs to all three of you.Feeling better after seeing this video.

  • Nothing you could take would stop a missed-miscarriage from happening.its usually the baby’s dna or no reason at all. Wish you lots a luck thou ��

  • I think the medical system is very unsympathetic of miscarriage. A lot of people I know went to the doctor and were told your having a miscarriage, its normal, go home. Cold cold cold…of course it would be hard to talk about it after that.

  • Thank you for sharing your story! I’ve been there, and it was very difficult to go from over-the-moon excited to completely devastated. I often wonder if it was a boy or girl or what they would have been like. It’s something you can’t ever really forget. Love this FAM channel for thinking of everything mom related. What a great channel and community.

  • You should never feel self conscious about a miscarriages. They are so common and 1 out of 4 women have one. We need to talk about it more no matter our age. And I don’t understand the stigma.

  • Thanks for sharing your story Whitney unfortunately I am experiencing pretty much the same situation currently. I lost my identical twins 3 weeks ago. I too had no signs anything was wrong until I went for my first ultrasound. It’s so truly heartbreaking. I have always said even as a kid that I wanted identical twin girls and to have that dream come true and then taken away in the next second is almost too much to bare! We had been trying 2 years before I got pregnant with them. I am beyond blessed to already have a 3 year old daughter but so want to give her the sibling she wants so badly. I’m so sorry for your losses and I hope that you get your rainbow baby soon.

    Funnily enough the day before we found out we lost the twins we had a double rainbow appear outside our window. So now every time I see a rainbow I am reminded of our babies.

  • You are absolutely the most wonderful, strong woman Kelsie and you are the best mum to your beautiful angel babies, they will be for sure celebrating you tomorrow, I have no doubt about that. Feeling very proud of you for making this video, it can’t have been easy, I will be thinking about you tomorrow as well as all the other ttc/infertility/miscarriage ladies who have to face the pain of Mother’s Day without their baby in their arms. Lots of love xxx

  • I had a miscarriage at 12 weeks and one at 8 wks, which were both devastating. But I do have a beautiful healthy 2yr old and 6 wk old. Don’t give up! Thank you for sharing, it means a lot, I looked to YouTube to find others to relate to. Xoxo

  • I commend and applaud you for sharing this powerful message and acknowledging that Mother’s Day is going to look different for a lot of people thank you for this and you and your family are in my prayers

  • Kelsie, please know that even though it may be a rough period right now, God has a plan that is bigger that anyone could imagine and is using you to be such beautiful encouragement and support for all the ladies that watch your videos going through infertility too. Love your strength and positive attitude!! Sending you lots of thoughts, hugs and prayers!! ❤❤

  • Mother’s day is a hard one for me too. Last Mother’s day I had a miscarriage. Exactly on mother’s day is when it started. If life would have gone as planned I would have a 10 month old, a 4 month old, and be 7 months pregnant. But this mother’s day I have nothing. Maybe by next mother’s day we will both have a rainbow. Thank you for this video, Kelsie.��

  • I’d talk to your Dr next time to check your levels for a bit, I did that because it was a pregnancy after a miscarriage and Im so grateful we did because my progesterone had dropped low and I ended up needing to take some

  • 8 weeks with twins and this is my biggest fear. Especially after my miscarriage earlier this year! It’s definitely not talked about enough and it’s so common.

  • I had a miscarriage at 9.5 weeks November 2017 and I am now 33 weeks pregnant. The miscarriage was the hardest thing my husband and I have been through, but it did bring us closer.

  • This is my first time celebrating mother’s day myself as well. I should have been 10weeks, 1 day today. Thank you for this video-I truly love the message and needed the reminder to be thankful. ❤ I hope you have a lovely, peaceful day tomorrow!

  • One of my friends had health problems when she was younger now she is 30 and health she has been trying to have a baby with her husband. She even went to a fertility clinic and she got pregnant. She could tell something was wrong. when she went to the doctor it was a miscarriage. She wasn’t that far along and the doctor said it should pass naturally. She had to get a Procedure done because her body didn’t pass it naturally. After it was all over she knew she could have a baby and kept trying it has been about 3 years. And NOW SHE IS PREGNANT AND DUE IN JULY!!!! So for others trying it may take time but it will happen. When she told me she is pregnant and due in July I cried happy tears for her because she has been trying for a long time.

  • I had the same experience with my first pregnancyfound out I had miscarried at the first ultrasound and then miscarried naturally. I have two gorgeous daughters now so don’t give up hope:)

  • Thank you for sharing this video. I have had a miscarriage and stillbirth. The miscarriage ended just as fast as it began, but the stillbirth at 19 and half weeks still feels like a very bad dream

  • Hi Sarah, I am on day 13 of your devotional and it has really been helpful for me. My loss is very recent. I lost my baby at 6 weeks just over 2 weeks ago and I’m dreading mother’s day. I appreciate you offering some tips to help me get through it.

  • I just want to tell you to hang in there, you will get your baby one day ❤️
    I had a miscarriage in my first pregnancy too. I was 20 weeks pregnant and it came out off the blue. In fact five days before my miscarriage I had an appointment and every thing was fine but it was gods will.
    Here I am a mother of a 3 months old baby and i couldn’t be happier

  • Looking to order a shirt and it says you’re charged if the campaign reaches the goal to make the print. Does that mean you have to sell a 100 before the shirts are made and charged to those that want to buy?

  • She got such a gratitude that I didn’t even think she miscarried her baby few months back! I thought it’s been a longer time!
    I hope she gets a healthy little baby to warm her heart♥️

  • So emotional! I have to say that you are SO strong to talk about it so openly and so quickly after it all happening. I had three miscarriages between my two kids and it was so devastating. I now have my two and I want more and I have to admit that it’s scary to start trying again jusy because I know how painful the journey can be before you finally get a baby “out of it”.

    I will think of you and send good vibes and baby dust! <3

  • I had my first baby at 32 and started trying for the second one at 36. I had three pregnancies in a period of a year, two of which ended in miscarriage…I thank God for my baby boy who is nearly two months old. Blessing to Whitney…keep strong.

  • Such a hard topic. thanks for opening up on it Whitney! I can’t imagine going through this without a support system. My mom had twins and they passed after 4 months after being born. (Medical reasons) but I still see mom have that hollow in her heart. she also had a miscarriage.
    After being a mom myself I can’t imagine how hard it must to loose your baby. This channel brings all of us closer with our stories. #FAMFAN

  • I had a miscarriage 6 months ago and exact same thing, no signs but there was no heartbeat. Happily now, we are pregnant with twins and so far, so good. Sending love to all those that went through this

  • Just a quick thing. Not gaining weight doesn’t always mean you should automatically be worried. I lost 15 lbs in my first 20 weeks of pregnancy. Wait to see if your doctor is worried before getting worried.

  • I feel related to her I lost a baby like four years ago it was very sad for a long time I feel like something was wrong with me but thanks God a year later I was pregnant again and I have a handsome baby boy he is 2 years old now

  • This is such an IMPORTANT message, and I think it’s so amazing that you are sharing it with the world. I’m so sorry for your loss, and I commend your bravery in helping others through their tough times on one of the most difficult days of the year for them❤️