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September 30th, 2013, 05:04 PM
Join Date: Dec 2011
Location: Pacific NW
I'm sorry you're feeling so sad. I recall feeling so ambivalent that first trimester with Kody (rainbow baby). For several weeks I was sure I was going to miscarry like last time so I just wanted to go on and get it over with. I don't think our emotions are necessarily good indicators of what's going on with baby. But definitely if you have any concerns it doesn't hurt to get checked out just to be sure.
Hmm...as far as how to cheer up, I wish I had some good ideas...chocolate was one I went to a lot. You could try a warm bath with lots of bubbles. Sometimes even just writing out what your fears are can help lift that weight a little. I know for me I kept trying to keep them at bay but sometimes it helps to just voice what you're really feeling. Maybe buy yourself a snuggly stuffed animal to hold? I had a bear I bought when I had the miscarriage as something to remember my one I lost, and I definitely slept with that bear some nights when I was having a rough time.
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