I just lost my baby girl Rylie at 5 and a half months. I had a feeling two days before that something was wrong because I just felt empty, but I didn't think about it. The next day I went in for my ultra sound (two weeks before the doctor said my baby was 3 weeks behind in growth, but I was trying to stay positive) and my baby who was usually moving all around and clapping and smiling wasn't moving and I knew something was wrong. The nurse pulled up the heartbeat thing and nothing was there, then went to get the doctor and he said, ".this baby is not alive" just like that...So they gave me pills to start labor the next day, and on the 24th at 3:33 am I had her. She came out feet first, and she was SO tiny I thought she would break if I held her. My husband cried a lot and I just felt like I was in shock. I took a nap with her for about an hour holding her in my arms and held her as long as I could and even gave her a kiss on the head before the nurse took her (which was the hardest part) . I just picked up her ashes yesterday. I miss her so much and cry every day, I just feel like part of my soul is gone.
I am so so sorry momma....there is nothing that I can say that will ever make you feel better. I too have lost babies so please feel free to PT or message me if you ever need to talk...
I am very sorry for your loss. I lost my twin girls at 5 months so if you ever want to talk to someone who knows kind of what your going through I am here.
I am so so so so sorry.
So sorry. Stay strong, I can't say I have any idea how hard this is but can only imgaine.
Thanks everyone, its the hardest thing in the whole world to go though isn't it? Good to know there's others to talk to about this :-)
I am SO sorry for your loss :( I lost my son at 5 months so I can relate to what you are going through. If you need anyone to talk to, feel free to send me a message.
Those are some beautiful little footsies.
Quoting Jessica Kidd:
I'm very sorry for your loss !