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thanks ladies. It just sort of hit me over the head this morning and I've been weepy all day. I was thinking about the fact that it was 4 years ago today I found out I was pregnant with Erin, and I know that because I have a picture. And then got to thinking about how I don't have a picture of Cora's, and I don't remember the date, and it kind of spiraled downward from there.
I have a lot of the same wishes. It sucks that all of us have to be here. I didn't enjoy my pregnancy with Kaydence at all either, I was so sick with her and I just couldn't wait to be done. I wish I had enjoyed her.
Wife to David
Mommy to Mady, Connor, Taylor, Grier, Chandler, Evalyn, Bryce and Jude
2 sweet angels born straight into Jesus' arms:
Mason Charles (1/3/05) and Kaydence Faith (4/30/10)
When we found out that Eli had died and decided to go in for an induction, a friend of mine who had lost a baby about 12 years earlier was there for me and told me the things that she regretted (like her family not being there and not getting to hold him) and we had a lady from the hospital who had stillborn twins 20 years before call NILMDTS and other services for us. I am so grateful for these people who helped me think of things that I never would have thought of. And I hope that I can use my experience to help others that I know that have to endure the same thing.
Yeah, we were in a little town in Idaho, and my parents were in Las Vegas, and his were in Michigan. There was no way they could come. And we didn't bury her because we knew we'd be moving in just a couple years and it was hard enough moving from Jenny Lake where we left her ashes. I couldn't have left a grave. And because family was so far away and we opted for cremation, we didn't have a funeral because it would have been harder to have one and not have anyone there. I know I made the right choice...I just wish I could have chosen differently.