I delivered baby girl on 23 June 2020..she was my second daughter..I was so happy thrilled with her arrival that I celebrated every moment of her arrival..then suddenly on Oct 19 when she was about to be 4 months old she left us for heaven in early morning hours..i made her sleep around 1 am in night..and in morning we found her still...took her to hospital.. doctor said she got asphyxia while sleeping..it's kind of silent aspiration...she got choked by her spit up in deep sleep..she never ever spit up in deep sleep ever and was a very active child..she was happy kind of child.. never troubled much...I have been so dynamic and versatile while she was with me..and her suddenly leaving us like this without any hints has left me so devastated. I don't feel like dragging myself each day...I have 4 year old baby girl .. I try to be busy with her but somewhere I m so much shattered inside and I feel so.insecure ...I have always been happy girl enjoying my life in my own ways and now my heart sinks thinking of future where she won't be ever with me...I miss her..I cry for her...can anyone tel me about miracle that if I plan baby again will she come again? Will my love bring her back ever?..I don't even know how to start my life fresh was this her Destiny or was it out mistake? Probably if ever I will find answers to this
much love and hugs to you. As a mom whose baby died 8 years ago I know the pain and the heartache. Give yourself time to just be. Take it one day at a time. If that is too hard then take it an hour at a time. When my son first died I was living life a minute a time it was the only thing I could handle. Eventually I was able to start living a day at a time and so on. I had a 3 yr old at the time and it can be so hard to be a mom to your living child while grieving your deceased child. If you have family or friends in the area ask them to help out. One thing I learned is that it is okay to ask for help. I also found counseling to be very helpful and to help me work through things like accepting that my baby was gone. It takes time and be easy on yourself. Nicki
Thank u Nicki for ur kind words .u r very true to say that it becomes so tough to be mama to ur living child..this has been most tough thing to do..as of now m also trying to do one thing at a time..once I had been lot active with every thing around ..I had been very social and connected to so many people but now m trying to keep myself a bit alone...not connecting to everyone and everything...I Just want some peace as of now... connecting to few ppl who are able to handle me and understand my feelings..
Thank u so much for your words
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