Forever Part of Me

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  1. Hi Lori,
    The same thing happened to me between boy #2 and boy #3. I, too, was sure I was having a little girl. I miss having a girl. While I wouldn’t trade my boys I have felt that she is somehow missing in my life. I’m always glad to hear people talking about miscarriage. I felt very alone when I had mine.

    Great job with the vlogs (I think pronounced as one word), I’ve still been too weird-ed out to make one of myself.

  2. I’m sorry I didn’t see this yesterday, Lori. I wish I could come and give you a hug and sit down with a cup of tea. Or maybe a glass of wine.

    Your angel Sadie is so proud to be your daughter. It doesn’t sound crazy to be emotional about this years later. I am the same way. Because whether they were 9wks, 12 wks, 20wks, this is your child – gone too soon. Hugs and love coming your way.

    (On a side note – I do love the new design but I came here to see if you were okay – I think when you switched things over I no longer get an email notification – we need to fix that! 😉 )

  3. You’re so wonderful. Thank you for sharing.

  4. I’m glad you decided to post this. It is very real and very honest. And it’s ok to still have strong emotions about this. This is about a LIFE that was growing inside your body! No one can tell you how you are supposed to feel about a connection like that. When stuff like this happens, it is a reminder to me of what an absolute miracle all of our children are… All the things that have to line up perfectly for them to be here in this world. Some day, I think you will get to meet Sadie. (And I can picture just what she looks like!)

  5. I love you. ♥

  6. *big hug* Praying for you and thankful for your honesty. And you’re right, I don’t think you’re ever supposed to “get over it”. Despite of everything, we can all see the amazing woman God has made you today.

  7. Thank you for sharing and being so honest. When I had my miscarriages, there was really nothing anyone did or said that helped. I had to get over it on my own. It sounds terrible, but one thing that did help was knowing there was probably something wrong with the baby, and it was nature’s way…I don’t even know how to finish that, forget it. I had one at 12 weeks and one at 20 weeks. They were so hard, but I do have two semi-healthy boys now that make me smile daily!

    Great Vlog mama! I have no idea what it is supposed to be called either.

    • Jean, hugs. I know from your blog what an absolutely amazing mom you are. Your boys are so lucky to have you. Thanks for your kind words and sharing your experience.

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