Back in 2007 I lost my one and only pregnancy. And to this day it is very hard on me. I lost the baby April 8th, 2007 Easter morning. I miss my baby dearly and often wondered what he would have looked like. He would have been 5 this October and it breaks my heart that i never had the chance to meet him or hold him. I often cry when my new husband goes to sleep because i refuse to let him see me cry. Do you ladies have any ideas or advice on how to cope with this because all my friends have kids and never knew the pain and loss of a child.View Thread
Thank you Anon_182655, i did tell my new husband about it and he sympathizes with me. he said he is going to get me a bracelet with a pink stone in it as a reminder of the baby since it was supposed to his birthstone. i think its a great idea. the tree sounds like a wonderful idea as well and im very sorry about your loss. its a hard thing to go through. hugs.View Thread
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