Life after the death of a toddler
Hi! I just wanted to let you know that people still stumble upon your blog. It is also my greatest fear to lose a child and I find myself googling child loss on occasion. You were in the top of my google search today. Megan is so beautiful. Her smile is contagious! I am sure she will be on my mind occasionally as are all the little Angel babies I read about. Much love to you and your family.
I just wanted to add a non-spam comment. I came across your blog browsing baby loss blogs, and I am so sorry to hear about Megan. She looks like such a wonderful little character. My daughter was stillborn when I was 33 weeks pregnant. Wishing you peace as you remember your little one. Cara x
I came across your blog years ago and still think of you and your family from time to time. <3
I just finished reading your blog from beginning to end. I cried my eyes out, my heart breaks for you. I simply can not imagine what you are through. I have a 14 and 12 year old, they had a very rough start to life both being born at 32 weeks and that was almost more than I could bear. You have been through so much more, more than anyone should ever have to grow through. You get up everyday and face the world without your little girl, your beautiful Megan. But I think part of you does it for her, you wrote that she was always happy. Megan would want you to be happy and move on with your life like you are and making new memories. You will never forget her, how could you she was your precious little baby, a piece of your heart and part of who you are as a mother and a person. I hope you find the days easier ahead and remember the ones of the past with a smile when you can and tears when needed. Hang in there you can do this, even if it is one day at a time.
I have been looking for things on loss. I lost my first baby due to miscarriage. A year later my beautiful Liam was born. On April 23rd 2015 he passed. He had just turned three. I need help. I need to talk with someone who can relate.
Hi, I have read through you blog about Megan. We have just gone through loosing our 18 month old girl (just over 4 weeks ago, in also the same exact circumstances. The grief is all consuming, Amelia was our whole world - as I'm sure Megan was to you. The statistics show that this is such a rare occurrence, why did it happen to us? Amelia was a strong happy clever little girl, nothing wrong at all throughout pregnancy delivery, and the short time she spent with us. We cannot bring ourselves to look through the 1000's of photos we had of her on our phones. Using past tense's when describing our little girl is so wrong. I love her so much, I miss her so much. both my wife and me are devastated. I'm supposed to be strong as the man, but its impossible.
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