I'm so sorry for your loss! I don't even begin to know what to say *hugs*
I'm so sorry hun! I couldn't even imagine how you feel right now, but I will keep you in my prayers.
First off i am SO SO sorry. I gave birth to my stillbirth daughter when i was 39 weeks 1 day in july of 2010. Hardest day of my life. I currently have been having anixety on the fact that this coming july she would have been 3. I want to make time stand still. Luckily i had a friend call me before we went back to the hospital for a c-section after i found out, she herself had a stillbirth at one point too. She told me do EVERYTHING you can. Find out sex, hold baby every second you can, bath baby, dress baby, take LOTS AND LOTS of pictures, because i personally found that it was so tramatic that i hardly remember her face sadly, so i have so thankful i have pictures. Take foot and hand prints, i did a hold hold, my husband got her hand print tattooed and i got her footprints. We even cut a bit of her hair to keep, and we cremated her and spread her ashes in the town we gave birth but buried her ashes when we moved back to our home town in her one urn, and then we had another urn with her name and birthday engraved on it here at home. If you have ANY questions at all, pleaes PM me. I held my gracelynn every single day i was in the hospital, and when it was time to go, i let them take her away first as i couldnt bare walk away from my daughter leaving her behind. I am SOOO sorry you have to go through this, im sitting here crying for you. I dont know you but i AM HERE FOR YOU! Be strong momma and just think of how beautiful she is.
****Hand Mold** not hold hold
<blockquote><b>Quoting MommyMasters:</b>" First off i am SO SO sorry. I gave birth to my stillbirth daughter when i was 39 weeks 1 day in july ... [snip!] ... im sitting here crying for you. I dont know you but i AM HERE FOR YOU! Be strong momma and just think of how beautiful she is."</blockquote>
Omg that is so sad but in a way nice how you and you dh commemorated her.
Thankyou. We are so open about our gracelynn and talk about her often with our kids. It was such a heartbreaking time in our lifes where we were all alone 18 hours away from our family and friends, My kids had to be put in foster care as i had a c-section and couldnt care for them and mentally they decided i needed a break. I never had my kids away from me for longer then a few days while spending time at the grandparents place. So not only did i lose my baby but my kids were in foster care from the time my hubby went to work to when he got off which was 12+ hours for 6 weeks. I was left alone with noone but my thoughts and sadness:( Since losing her ive wanted to find a way to help other moms go through this process, its such a devestating thing to go through. I want to somehow make it a tad bit easier being there for them.
Quoting Shirley Goldsworthy:" I am at a loss for words right now.. I went in for my normal check up this morning.. Everything has ... [snip!] ... break.. And now I'm sitting here, going to be induced and have to give birth knowing she's not going to be coming home with me."
I'm so sorry. No one should ever have to go through this, and my thoughts are with you. I know I'm a little late...but I just saw it.
<blockquote><b>Quoting Shirley Goldsworthy:</b>" I am at a loss for words right now.. I went in for my normal check up this morning.. Everything has ... [snip!] ... break.. And now I'm sitting here, going to be induced and have to give birth knowing she's not going to be coming home with me."</blockquote>
I am so sorry. I lost my daughter at 38 weeks almost 6 weeks ago. Pm if u wanna talk