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I dont know what Ive been waiting for..maybe myself to be fully ready to be able to come here and post. I do lurk here pretty often. But I think Im finally ready.
Im Nikki, 20 years old and expecting a baby (aka Beanie or more recently known as Thumper) at the end of August. The father and I arent together, although we are married and have been for almost 2 years. After I found out I was pregnant we kinda fell apart and now he has nothing to do with me or my pregnnacy. Yep hes an awesome father Anywhooo.. I was never really worried about ms to begin with it, its stillbirth that has me worried.
When I was 15 years old I got pregnant, and when I was 22 weeks along I lost my little girl. I named her Olivia Lily-Lucielle and although it was almost 5 years ago that I lost my little girl, not a day doesnt go by that I dont think about her. I miss her terribly and I am constantly thinking about how my life would be pregnant right now and with a 4 1/2 year old running around. I strongly believe that everything happens for a reason and that I wasnt ready for Olivia at the age of 15, 16 when she was born. But I am still scared now. Im worried Im still not ready and something will happen to my baby within. I just couldnt bear for that again..
Hey girl, I never new this... I am so sorry for you loss .At any age it is never easy. I am glad that you were able to know the sex. I know what you are talking about. I have had three losses. The last one was last September at 20 weeks.I never stop worrying. Today I drove 45 mintues just so I could hear the heartbeat and make sure everything was ok.. I think after a loss pregnancy is never easy
Hey Nikki! I agree with the other ladies that pregnancy after a loss is never easy. I have had a healthy baby since my Cora, and I'm still freaked out for this little boy. But I just made it past my loss point (yesterday. We induced Erin so I wouldn't go past, so this is the first time), so it CAN happen!
Honestly, if you ever need anyone to talk to, I'm here okay?
And CONGRATS on your pregnancy! I agree, your bump is really cute!
Nikki...Im sorry you had to go through a loss...but Im sure glad you came here! I saw all your cute belly pics!!! Just love them! What a character you are...so much energy...Can I borrow some of it? LOL
Im a single preggo mommy too...it's rough and tough but there's something about growing a baby and giving birth to life that makes us strong enough to get through it! Kudos to you!!!