Day 15 is Ones Who Couldn’t Stay.
I was unsure if I should include this particular topic, because lets be honest it is pretty heart-breaking, but its such an important subject that needs to be talked about.
It’s a subject I usually try to avoid, because I feel SO guilty that here I am with seven, beautiful, healthy children, with pretty straight forward pregnancies and births, yet there are so many that isn’t the reality for. It is probably THE main reason that I never became a midwife, I just wouldn’t be able to cope with it and I am in complete awe of all these women, their strength and dignity throughout is utterly amazing.
A friend of mine from work, lost her little boy Max at her 20 week scan, and it was one of the most beautiful ceremonies, but one of the saddest, and if you are reading this Rachael I still think of you and little Max and I am sorry I am not in contact with you as much as I should, but I wanted to let you know you are both always in my thoughts.
Today I am sharing other bloggers stories, because there are no words I could say to even explain about the subject, so if you have lost a baby at any stage, please head over to these wonderful, amazing bloggers to read a little more, although I do recommend a box of tissues at your side.
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