The week before Christmas I discovered that I was pregnant. The following Monday I started bleeding. I think the following Saturday I stopped. But I went to a clinic and I am no longer pregnant. Travis and I got a little too excited and we told some of my family that we were expecting. My family was more upset than what we were. I live in a world where babies do die. Travis has to live in a world where babies die as well by dating me and by being in my world. We were disappointed but we also understand it. Early miscarriages can result from the egg not developing correctly, or missing chromosomes.
Before this my family finally was beginning to treat me like a normal adult and not the girl that loss a baby. The ones who are aware of me miscarraging, mainly my mother, have starting talking to me like a pathetic child that needs extra nurturing. Instead of a 21 year old that is independent and is developing a career and a future.
The weird thing about my miscarriage is that when I was researching the signs and symptoms of a miscarriage and I didn't have cramping or bleeding that was more intense than a period. So I guess don't only rely on symptoms.
Being a glass half full kind of girl this losing this ego means I can work as a correctional officer, especially since I start on Monday.
I'm sorry for your loss. I'm thinking of you.
Good luck at your new job on Monday. I'm really interested in hearing all about it.
Sorry for your loss Tamara. But I wish you luck in your new endeavors.
Love & Hugs
I'm so sorry Tamara. I hate that you are going through this. Please know that we are all here for you. Sending you many hugs.
Tamara, I'm so sorry that this happened. I hope that Travis and your family are there for you to support you.
Good luck to you in your new line of work and be careful.
I'm sorry for your loss. I'm also sorry that this has caused a setback in how your family treats you. I suffered an early miscarriage before I had my girls and so I think I understand where you're coming from in trying to look at this from the point of view of the glass being half full.
I hope your new job goes well and that you continue to stay positive.
So much love to you,
I am sorry about your miscarriage. I had an early miscarriage before I got pregnant with Scott. I remember having spotting and how nerve wracking it was. But as you said it's the egg not developing properly ad I realize now that there was nothing the doctor could do. Good luck with your new job. hugs. Nicki
So sorry for your miscarriage. It can be really hard when there are no symptoms. Sorry also to hear how your family is treating you. I still struggle with things people say about miscarriages and infant loss. Thinking of you and wish you good luck as you begin your new career!
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